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  1. Top 6 Factors That Drive Investment In China

    Top 6 Factors That Drive Investment In China

    FDI in China surpassed $100 billion in 2010, certain key factors drive foreign direct investment.
  2. How To Master Online Auctions For Fast Cash

    How To Master Online Auctions For Fast Cash

    Online selling is just as easy as in-person selling and can yield five to 10 times the profit.
  3. On This Day In Finance: July 17 -  America's First Millionaire Is Born

    On This Day In Finance: July 17 - America's First Millionaire Is Born

    John Jacob Astor, a fur trader, was the first recorded millionaire in America.
  4. What is long-term care insurance?

    What is long-term care insurance?

    Long-term care insurance is an insurance policy that that helps a patient pay for long-term care. The policy usually covers ...
  5. Goldman Sachs: Unusual Earnings For An Unusual Company

    Goldman Sachs: Unusual Earnings For An Unusual Company

    Goldman Sachs alumni have an unprecedented history of seamlessly moving from private to public service. Here's a short list ...
  6. What is indexed universal life insurance?

    What is indexed universal life insurance?

    Indexed univeral life insurance is a lot like universal life insurance, however it does have a couple of wrinkles not found ...
  7. 4 Wealth-Building Secrets

    4 Wealth-Building Secrets

    Protect what you have while shifting risk is the motto of the rich. Find out how a life insurance policy can help you do ...
  8. 6 Sources Of Free Cash For Student Loans

    6 Sources Of Free Cash For Student Loans

    Websites and credit cards can offer you direct and indirect sources of free money to pay off your student loan.
  9. Understanding Oil Industry Terminology

    Understanding Oil Industry Terminology

    The drillers are just one aspect of the oil & gas industry, and by knowing some details of their role, you'll be better ...
  10. On This Day In Finance: July 13 - Live Aid Concert Raises $70 million

    On This Day In Finance: July 13 - Live Aid Concert Raises $70 million

    The first global concert raised millions of dollars to help the poor in Ethiopia.
  11. Shopping Online: Convenience, Bargains And A Few Scams

    Shopping Online: Convenience, Bargains And A Few Scams

    Shopping from the comfort of your couch has major benefits - and some unpleasant side effects.
  12. Planning For Unemployment

    Planning For Unemployment

    Preparation can help you land on your feet after getting the "old heave-ho".
  13. A 529 Plan Fit For An Ivy League Education

    A 529 Plan Fit For An Ivy League Education

    The Independent 529 plan offers a unique investment for those wanting to send their kids to the best colleges in the U.S. ...
  14. 4 Good Reasons To Quit Your Job

    4 Good Reasons To Quit Your Job

    Sarah Palin's recent resignation left many wondering why. Here are some good reasons for anyone to quit their job.
  15. Top 4 Things That Determine A Home's Value

    Top 4 Things That Determine A Home's Value

    Your house depreciates over time, while the land beneath it is likely to do the opposite.
  16. On This Day In Finance: July 9 - New York Airways Launches First Helicopter Service

    On This Day In Finance: July 9 - New York Airways Launches First Helicopter Service

    New York Airway launches the first passenger helicopter air service in New York City.
  17. Gift Cards? The Tax Man Wants Yours

    Gift Cards? The Tax Man Wants Yours

    Find out why 25 U.S. states currently confiscate unused gift card balances.
  18. 3 Things To Get In Order Before You Die

    3 Things To Get In Order Before You Die

    In the aftermath of the Jackson death, it has become evident that you need to make your wishes known.
  19. What is moral hazard?

    What is moral hazard?

    An idea that a party that is protected in some way from risk will act differently than if they didn't have that protection. ...
  20. Which statement(s) is/are FALSE about market risk?

    Which statement(s) is/are FALSE about market risk?

    I. It is mitigated by writing calls.II. It includes the risk the investor will lose invested principal.III. It is the same ...
  21. So You Wanna Be A Millionaire: How Long Will It Take?

    So You Wanna Be A Millionaire: How Long Will It Take?

    There are many ways to hit the million-dollar mark, but the faster you try to get there, the harder it becomes.
  22. CEOs Who Blazed The Trail (Kroc, Hock And Welch)

    CEOs Who Blazed The Trail (Kroc, Hock And Welch)

    The right CEO can make all the difference in a company's market position.
  23. 6 Major Credit Card Mistakes

    6 Major Credit Card Mistakes

    Avoid these pitfalls to keep your credit score healthy and your debt under control.
  24. Layoffs: Know The WARNing Signs

    Layoffs: Know The WARNing Signs

    Layoff rumors can run rampant, but if your company is required to give you two months' notice, you can plan for unemployment. ...
  25. Students: There May Be A Tailor-Made Scholarship Out There For You

    Students: There May Be A Tailor-Made Scholarship Out There For You

    When it comes to paying for college, doing your research and thinking outside the box can really pay off.
  26. 10 Tips For Steering Clear Of Credit Scams

    10 Tips For Steering Clear Of Credit Scams

    The recession has made many vulnerable to credit-fixing scams. Don't be fooled!
  27. Baseball's Best Ticket Bargains

    Baseball's Best Ticket Bargains

    Don't just watch baseball for cheap - watch the best teams for the best price.
  28. 3 Money-Saving Cruise Ship Tips

    3 Money-Saving Cruise Ship Tips

    Many cruise costs are fixed, but it's the little extras that will put a big dent in your pocketbook.
  29. How To Buy Your First Home: A Step-By-Step Tutorial

    How To Buy Your First Home: A Step-By-Step Tutorial

    Find out everything you need to know to tackle this major purchase without fear.
  30. 6 Summer Getaways That Won't Break The Bank

    6 Summer Getaways That Won't Break The Bank

    If flying to an exotic locale isn't in the cards this year, check out these cheaper vacation alternatives.
  31. Say

    Say "I Do" To A Recession Wedding

    Everyone has felt the pinch in these tough economic times, but your wedding can still be everything you want without breaking ...
  32. Crime Vs Time: Madoff Faces Off Against Fellow Fraudsters

    Crime Vs Time: Madoff Faces Off Against Fellow Fraudsters

    Madoff received the maximum allowable time for his sentence - much more than any white-collar criminal before him.
  33. On This Day In Finance: June 29 - Apple iPhone

    On This Day In Finance: June 29 - Apple iPhone

    The iPhone becomes a reality.
  34. Short Sales And Foreclosures: When It's Time To Move On

    Short Sales And Foreclosures: When It's Time To Move On

    Sometimes it's better to cut your losses, but foreclosures and short selling can have devastating impacts on your credit ...
  35. Hate Dealing With Money? Invest Without Stress

    Hate Dealing With Money? Invest Without Stress

    There are a lot of options for investors who hate the hassle of investing. We go over some that will help your financial ...
  36. 8 Reasons M&A Deals Fall Through

    8 Reasons M&A Deals Fall Through

    Mergers and acquisitions can mean big success. But what about all the deals that fall through?
  37. Boomer Bankruptcy Strains Retirement

    Boomer Bankruptcy Strains Retirement

    Having to file for bankruptcy adds risk and steals the luster from your golden years.
  38. Myth Of The Week: Millionaires Don't Have To Worry About Money

    Myth Of The Week: Millionaires Don't Have To Worry About Money

    Michael Jackson carried an air of aristocracy even among the most elite celebrities, but although he lived like a king, he ...
  39. Is The American Banking System A Ponzi Scheme In Disguise?

    Is The American Banking System A Ponzi Scheme In Disguise?

    Banks' shrinking reserves and careless handling of customers' money are tarnishing the system's once-sterling reputation. ...
  40. What are activities of daily living (ADL)?

    What are activities of daily living (ADL)?

    Activities of daily living (ADL) refer to daily activities that individuals normally do, unassisted, to take care of themselves. ...
  41. 4 Reasons Why Savers Fare Better Than Spenders

    4 Reasons Why Savers Fare Better Than Spenders

    A recent HSBC study suggests that savers had an easier time weathering the recent financial storm.
  42. Accretion / Dilution Analysis: A Merger Mystery

    Accretion / Dilution Analysis: A Merger Mystery

    This analysis tool is an effective way to value mergers and acquisitions. The deal's on the table, but should you sign the ...
  43. All-Inclusive Vacation Keeps Travelers On Budget

    All-Inclusive Vacation Keeps Travelers On Budget

    Vacationers are faced with a major financial risk: spending too much money. Find out how to avoid it.
  44. Celebrity Financial Failures

    Celebrity Financial Failures

    There's a lot that the average person can learn from celebrity financial failures.
  45. Should You Refinance Your Mortgage When Interest Rates Drop?

    Should You Refinance Your Mortgage When Interest Rates Drop?

    Refinancing is a great way for many homeowners to improve their financial situation - but beware of the downsides.
  46. Declaring Bankruptcy Is No Easy Out

    Declaring Bankruptcy Is No Easy Out

    Going bankrupt can help pull you out of debt, but it's rarely the best option.
  47. What are some cheaper alternatives to sending children to summer camp?

    What are some cheaper alternatives to sending children to summer camp?

    When the economy is struggling and people are holding on to their money a little tighter, you need to find less expensive ...
  48. Myth Of The Week: Credit Card Companies Negotiate With Consumers

    Myth Of The Week: Credit Card Companies Negotiate With Consumers

    If you think you're making headway with your credit card company, think again - in reality, you don't have a leg to stand ...
  49. On This Day In Finance: June 19 - Two

    On This Day In Finance: June 19 - Two "Loopy" Million-Dollar Inventions Are Born

    Cheerios and the Hula Hoop were both created on this day. Coincidence?
  50. Free Money For Homebuyers

    Free Money For Homebuyers

    Take advantage of the federal and state money being offered to apply for an FHA mortgage and get the cash you need to go ...
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  1. 5 Ways To Make Your Home Remodels Pay Off

    Here are five ways to make your home renovation worth the money and effort you put into it.
  2. Differences Between Private Foundations And Public Charities

    Here's a look at the differences between these types of charitable organizations.
  3. How To Monetize Your YouTube Channel

    YouTube's Partner Program helps users earn money through their channels. Find out how.
  4. The World's Most Valuable Private Companies

    In spite of the rewards going public can bring, some companies prefer to remain private, and they are very successful in this.
  5. Is Cyber Monday The New Black Friday?

    Cyber Monday is becoming more popular than Black Friday. Here's why.
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