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  1. M1 Finance LLC

    M1 Finance is a new robo-advisor that aims to take the work out of portfolio maintenance for DIY investors.
  2. Personal Capital Corporation

    Automated investment platform Personal Capital is experiencing rapid growth. Here's a look at what it offers.
  3. How Wealthy Clients Use Robo-Advisors to Invest

    Most high-net-worth investors are choosing to use both humans and robos to manage their money.
  4. Why Your Will Needs a 'Titanic Clause'

    If you don't have a Titanic clause in your will and disaster strikes, there's no guarantee that your intended beneficiaries ...
  5. Why Wealthy Families Should Complete the FAFSA

    Even wealthy parents should apply for financial aid when their kids are ready for college.
  6. Why is the Hedge Fund World Still so White and Male?

    Hedge funds continue to be overwhelmingly male and white, and data reveals the trend isn't changing.
  1. GM Fined $1M by SEC, Investing $1B in U.S. (GM)

    General Motors, which was fined $1 million by the SEC for accounting snafus, is planning a U.S. manufacturing investment ...
  2. M1 Finance LLC

    M1 Finance is a new robo-advisor that aims to take the work out of portfolio maintenance for DIY investors.
  3. Personal Capital Corporation

    Automated investment platform Personal Capital is experiencing rapid growth. Here's a look at what it offers.
  4. Zenefits

    A look at the ups and downs of benefits software provider Zenefits.
  5. How Wealthy Clients Use Robo-Advisors to Invest

    Most high-net-worth investors are choosing to use both humans and robos to manage their money.
  6. How Fintech Can Disrupt the $14T Mortgage Market

    Fintech firms have started to enter the $14 trillion mortgage market in creative ways.
  1. Home-Equity Loans: The Costs

    Learn the factors to consider when comparing the different programs offered by various lenders.
  2. FDA’s Biosimilar Guidelines May Force Longer Trials

    Biosimilars are set to face more stringent criteria, thanks to new FDA interchangeability guidelines.
  3. Reverse Mortgage Pros and Cons

    It's a way to use your home equity for help when you're older. But does it make sense for your family? Here's how to tell ...
  4. BB&T Reports Disappointing Revenue, Earnings (BBT)

    The regional bank saw revenue grow less than analysts expected.
  5. Mortgage vs. Home-Equity Loan: How They Differ

    Mortgages and home-equity loans both use the borrower's home value as collateral.
  6. KeyCorp Beats Expectations for Revenues, Earnings (KEY)

    KeyCorp saw higher profits, rising loan activity and greater demand for financial services in the fourth quarter.
  1. Union Pacific Upside May be Limited (UNP, CSX)

    Union Pacific hit a 21-month high after earnings, but surprisingly weak accumulation off the 2016 low may limit gains in ...
  2. Schlumberger Levels to Watch After Earnings (SLB, OIH)

    Schlumberger broke out after the OPEC supply agreement and could another 5 to 10 points in the weeks following the January ...
  3. Global Market ETFs at Breakout Levels (EWG, EWQ)

    These global market ETFs are breaking through resistance at 52-highs.
  4. A Look Beyond the Stock Market Reactions to Trump

    With averages near historic highs, a future bear market could be good news for some investors.
  5. Why is Mercedes Maker Daimler Buying a Bitcoin Business? (OTC:DDAIF)

    Why would a car maker buy a Bitcoin company? What's Daimler's endgame?
  6. United Stuck at Resistance After Mixed Earnings (UAL, LUV)

    United Continental is getting sold at resistance after a mixed earnings report but could break out in coming weeks.
  1. C. R. Bard Stock Trades Ex-Dividend Thursday (BCR)

    C. R. Bard will send its dividend payment on Feb. 3 to shareholders of record as of Jan. 23.
  2. Billionaire Bill Ackman Fined in Pay to Play Charge (PSH.AS)

    Ackman's Pershing Square paid to settle civil charges relating to campaign contribution rules.
  3. General Electric Earnings on Tap: What to Expect (GE, BHI)

    Wall Street doesn't appear keen on GE's move to combine its industrial business with that of Baker Hughes.
  4. Fitbit: Short Rally Turns Into a Bad Few Weeks

    Despite optimism at the start of the year, shares have been a target for short sellers.
  5. Charter: HSBC Initiates Coverage With $270 PT

    Charter Communications gets a hold rating and a price target that implies a 10% decline.
  6. Schlumberger Q4 Earnings on Tap: What to Expect (SLB)

    While demand for shale drilling services has ticked up, the company is still battling a market with lower rig counts.
  1. C. R. Bard Stock Trades Ex-Dividend Thursday (BCR)

    C. R. Bard will send its dividend payment on Feb. 3 to shareholders of record as of Jan. 23.
  2. General Electric Earnings on Tap: What to Expect (GE, BHI)

    Wall Street doesn't appear keen on GE's move to combine its industrial business with that of Baker Hughes.
  3. Fitbit: Short Rally Turns Into a Bad Few Weeks

    Despite optimism at the start of the year, shares have been a target for short sellers.
  4. Charter: HSBC Initiates Coverage With $270 PT

    Charter Communications gets a hold rating and a price target that implies a 10% decline.
  5. Schlumberger Q4 Earnings on Tap: What to Expect (SLB)

    While demand for shale drilling services has ticked up, the company is still battling a market with lower rig counts.
  6. Transition Continues At GlaxoSmithKline (GSK, LLY)

    GlaxoSmithKline announced a key change in its management structure. But there are other issues at play in the slow-growth ...
  1. 6 Signs You're Ready to Retire Early

    If you can answer "yes" to these six questions, you may be ready to retire early.
  2. Best Freelancing Jobs for Retirees

    Retired from your job but still want to work? Here's how to turn your skills and know-how into a new freelancing career.
  3. Why Your Will Needs a 'Titanic Clause'

    If you don't have a Titanic clause in your will and disaster strikes, there's no guarantee that your intended beneficiaries ...
  4. The Most Expensive States to Retire In

    Six places that aren't great for your retirement years (financially speaking).
  5. How Much Money Do You Need to Retire at 56?

    Who wouldn't want to retire early and enjoy the good life? The question is, "How much will it cost?" Here's a quick and dirty ...
  6. Retire a Millionaire in 10 Steps

    Having a million-dollar portfolio is a retirement dream for many people but making that dream come true requires some serious ...
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