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  1. 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.
  2. 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 ...
  3. Why Wealthy Families Should Complete the FAFSA

    Even wealthy parents should apply for financial aid when their kids are ready for college.
  4. 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.
  5. "Blockchain is Coming and It Could Save Lives," Says Davos Video

    The Davos World Economic Forum (Jan 17-20) unveiled an explainer video all about blockchain technology.
  6. The Most Expensive States to Retire In

    Six places that aren't great for your retirement years (financially speaking).
  1. 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.
  2. How Fintech Can Disrupt the $14T Mortgage Market

    Fintech firms have started to enter the $14 trillion mortgage market in creative ways.
  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. Private Equity Deals Leading M&A Wave in Japan

    Sumo Wrestlers: Private equity firms are now heavyweight dealmakers in Japan
  5. Airbus CEO Eyes Flying Car in 2017 (EADSY)

    Tom Enders, CEO of aerospace company Airbus Group SE, said the business could unveil a test version of a self-piloted flying ...
  6. Detailed Ways to Protect Digital Data

    Knowing how to protect digital data has become a big concern these days. Here are four easy ways to keep your personal information ...
  1. 5 Worst-Selling Cars of All Time

    If AMC's popular series "Breaking Bad" had come along a few years earlier, maybe Pontiac's Aztek wouldn't have gone down ...
  2. What Is a Good Credit Score?

    How high of a credit score do you need to get a home mortgage or buy a car? Read on for some actual numbers.
  3. How Fintech Can Disrupt the $14T Mortgage Market

    Fintech firms have started to enter the $14 trillion mortgage market in creative ways.
  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. Want to Be Financially Fit in 2017? Use These Tips

    Take control of your finances and incorporate these tasks into your financial routine.
  6. How High Levels of Debt Could Impact the Economy

    Here's how a large accumulation of private debt could impact the economy and investments.
  1. 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.
  2. 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?
  3. 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.
  4. Target's Holiday Miss Could Trigger New Downtrend (TGT, KSS)

    Target is testing 2-year support in the mid 60s for the fifth time and could break down in coming weeks, entering a multiyear ...
  5. Chart of the Week: Where is the Dollar Going?

    After a nearly four-year run we still see a more measured U.S. dollar rally ahead. Richard explains why.
  6. How Trump’s Dollar Bashing May Hurt the Economy

    President-Elect Trump has been talking down the “too strong” dollar, which may have negative economic consequences
  1. Pick Stocks Like Peter Lynch

    Learn the basic tenets that helped this famous investor earn his fortune.
  2. 5 Hardest Countries For Getting Citizenship

    The United States is one of five countries that put up very high barriers for foreigners to get citizenship. Here's how it ...
  3. What is the difference between the rule of 70 and the rule of 72?

    Find out more about the rule of 70 and the rule of 72, what the two rules measure and the main difference between them.
  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. What to Do With Sentimental Stocks in Your Portfolio

    Holding on to single stocks that have sentimental value may cost you in the long run.
  6. Private Equity Deals Leading M&A Wave in Japan

    Sumo Wrestlers: Private equity firms are now heavyweight dealmakers in Japan
  1. 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.
  2. What to Do With Sentimental Stocks in Your Portfolio

    Holding on to single stocks that have sentimental value may cost you in the long run.
  3. Theranos Saga Continues, Closes Last Blood Lab (WBA)

    Once the darling of Silicon Valley, Theranos recently closed its last blood lab and cut its staff.
  4. Netflix Stock Soars in After-Hours Beat (NFLX, AMZN)

    The streaming service blew past analyst expectations for its fourth quarter results.
  5. The Party for Bank Stocks May Be Over (MS, JPM)

    While bank stocks surged following the election, these securities declined recently.
  6. Jack Ma: US Govt. to Blame for Economic Woes (BABA)

    In response to Trump, the Alibaba boss gives his two cents on real cause of U.S. job problems.
  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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