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  5. 6 Best California-based Mutual Funds

    Discover six market-leading mutual funds from top asset managers based in California. ...
  6. Millenials and Weather are Ruining Ca. Wine Sales

    After 20 years of growth in U.S. wine consumption, the California wine industry is ...
  1. CalPERS vs. CalSTRS: Assessing Their Portfolios

    Monitor the success of CalSTRS toward achieving annual returns of 7.5% with the risk ...
  2. Apple's 5 Most Profitable Lines of Business (AAPL)

    Learn about how Apple generates its profits. It breaks its results by geographic ...
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    Top dividend growth stocks to add to your portfolio.
  4. The Biggest Companies in Silicon Valley (AAPL, ...

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  5. Why Is Silicon Valley A Startup Heaven?

    Silicon Valley persists as a primary destination for tech startups. Investopedia ...
  1. How much money does California make from unclaimed property each year?

    Learn about the escheat laws in California and how unclaimed property revenues of $442 million represent the fifth-largest ...
  2. What are the best and worst states to pay taxes in?

    Explore and compare the wide variations that exist in the overall tax burden imposed by different states, including which ...
  3. What is the cost of living difference between Texas and California?

    Find out how MIT data indicates that Californians need to earn nearly 28 percent more than Texans to afford the same goods ...
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