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  1. Alibaba Takes Control of Logistics Business, Pledges $15 Bln to Expand Network

    September 26, 2017
    Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba Group announced it will invest 100 billion yuan ($15.12 billion) over five years to build ...
  2. Apple Shares Flirt With Correction Territory

    September 26, 2017
    Shares of Apple Inc dipped on Monday and flirted with correction territory following a report that the company had told suppliers ...
  3. Microsoft Stock Is Record Breaking But Overvalued

    September 25, 2017
    MSFT has been killing it in cloud computing, but the stock could be in overvalued territory.
  4. Don't Bank on NVIDIA's AI Prospects: Morningstar

    September 25, 2017
    Investors giddy over NVIDIA's's AI prospects may be setting themselves up for some disappointment, says Morningstar.
  5. The QQQ Breaks Down From Key Support Levels

    September 25, 2017
    The PowerShares QQQ broke down from support on Monday. Traders will be watching these key levels this week.
  6. Red Hat Stock Poised to Break Out From Rounding Top

    September 25, 2017
    Red Hat stock looked bearish into second quarter earnings, but solid results could send it to key resistance levels.
  1. 7 Steps to Create a 10-Years-from-Retirement Plan

    Workers who are only 10 years away from retiring need to do a number of things to ensure that a comfortable retirement can ...
  2. Top 6 Marriage-Killing Money Issues

    Strengthen your marriage by discussing these financial pitfalls.
  3. Top 7 Non-Financial Skills Required in Finance

    You need to combining your ability to analyze numbers with skills such as communication, project management and relationship ...
  4. An Introduction to Convertible Bonds

    Getting caught up in all the details and intricacies of convertible bonds can make them appear more complex then they really ...
  5. Why The Dow Matters

    Although the DJIA only includes 30 stocks, it can tell you a lot about the market as a whole.
  6. 5 Signs That You're Living Beyond Your Means

    Learn what to watch for before you find yourself drowning in debt or filing for bankruptcy.
  1. Price Fixing

    Price fixing is setting the price of a product or service, rather than allowing it to be determined naturally through free-market ...
  2. Felony

    A felony is the most serious type of criminal offense.
  3. Reasonable Doubt

    Reasonable Doubt is the standard of proof that must be exceeded to secure a conviction in a criminal case.
  4. Redacted

    Redaction is the process of blanking out confidential or sensitive information from a document before disclosure or publication. ...
  5. Deposition

    A deposition is testimony made under oath and taken down in writing by an authorized officer of the court, typically in an ...
  6. Brexit

    Brexit refers to Britain's leaving the European Union, which could happen in as few as two years.
  1. Apple Shares Flirt With Correction Territory

    Shares of Apple Inc dipped on Monday and flirted with correction territory following a report that the company had told suppliers ...
  2. Microsoft Stock Is Record Breaking But Overvalued

    MSFT has been killing it in cloud computing, but the stock could be in overvalued territory.
  3. Don't Bank on NVIDIA's AI Prospects: Morningstar

    Investors giddy over NVIDIA's's AI prospects may be setting themselves up for some disappointment, says Morningstar.
  4. The QQQ Breaks Down From Key Support Levels

    The PowerShares QQQ broke down from support on Monday. Traders will be watching these key levels this week.
  5. Red Hat Stock Poised to Break Out From Rounding Top

    Red Hat stock looked bearish into second quarter earnings, but solid results could send it to key resistance levels.
  6. PGT Innovations (PGTI) Sales Assets Worth $28M to Cardinal

    PGT Innovations, Inc. PGTI announced that it has sold assets worth $28 million, used in processing glass components for doors, ...
  1. Economic Indicators To Know

    The economy has a large impact on the market. Learn how to interpret the most important reports.
  2. Budgeting Basics

    What is budgeting? Basically, it's making sure that you're spending less than you're bringing in and planning financially ...
  3. Debt Ratios

    Learn about the debt ratio, debt-equity ratio, capitalization ratio, interest coverage ratio and the cash flow to debt ratio. ...
  4. Advanced Bond Concepts

    Learn the complex concepts and calculations for trading bonds including bond pricing, yield, term structure of interest rates ...
  5. Stock Basics Tutorial

    If you're new to the stock market and want the basics, this is the tutorial for you!
  6. Investing 101: A Tutorial For Beginner Investors

    Do want to invest, but don't know how to begin? We'll show you the building blocks you need to get started.
  1. When are Beneficiaries of a Will Notified?

    Learn when the beneficiaries of a will must be notified, and understand how this requirement varies depending on whether ...
  2. Why Does Larry Page Pay Himself a $1 Salary?

    Google co-founder Larry Page continues to take an annual salary of only $1 as chief executive officer.
  3. What is Common Stock and Preferred Stock?

    Learn about the differences between common and preferred shares. Explore situations where preferred shares have more favorable ...
  4. Can CareCredit be Used for Family Members?

    Learn more about the available options that CareCredit offers to pay for out-of-pocket medical procedures with little to ...
  5. What is a Wash Sale?

    The Wash-Sale rule was established to forbid a loss deduction of a security sold.
  6. Were Collateralized Debt Obligations (CDO) Responsible for the 2008 Financial Crisis?

    Collateralized debt obligations are exotic financial instruments that can be difficult to understand, Learn the role they ...
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  3. Racketeering

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  4. Aggregate Demand

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