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  1. A Look at the PowerShares BuyBack Achievers Portfolio ...

    As of July 1, the PKW consisted of 231 individual holdings with an average market ...
  2. How to Lower Investment Account Fees in Retirement

    Retired investors need all the money they have, which is why they should keep an ...
  1. In which industries are mergers and acquisitions most common?

    Learn the reasons why the health care, technology, financial services and retail sectors typically involve a high level of ...
  2. I decided not to take the Series 63 exam. Can I get a refund?

    Learn about the Series 63 exam's fees and the appropriate steps and requirements for having a refund request approved by ...
  3. How are investment banks regulated in the United States?

    Read about the extensive regulations placed on investment banks in the United States, beginning with the Glass-Steagall Act ...
  4. What is the average price-to-earnings ratio in the financial services sector?

    Learn how to calculate and use the price to earnings (P/E) ratio when analyzing an investment and what the financial services ...
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