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  1. Why Gene Simmons wants you to go to the library

    "Being an entrepreneur means you have to step up and do the work."
  2. 4 Best Personal Finance Apps as of September 2017

    Managing your money and hitting your financial goals has never been easier with these top personal finance apps.
  3. How to Find a Financial Advisor/Planner

    How should you go about finding the right financial advisor? The first step is to figure out what sort of professional help ...
  4. What Do Financial Advisors Do?

    Just what does a financial advisor do? A lot, in fact. And any potential client should do their due diligence and come prepared ...
  5. Random Variable

    A random variable is a variable whose value is unknown or a function that assigns values to each of an experiment's outcomes.
  6. 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 ...
  1. BlackBerry Stock: Buyers Step Up Ahead of Earnings

    Lowly BlackBerry broke out above the 50-day EMA on healthy volume after reporting a software partnership agreement.
  2. Will Treasuries Break Down From Key Support?

    Treasuries remain resilient despite a hawkish Fed meeting, suggesting that traders still see low growth and low inflation ...
  3. Bank of America Stock Could Break Out

    Bank of America shares could break out from key resistance levels following a hawkish Federal Reserve meeting.
  4. Car ETF Rallying – Is It Sustainable?

    The car manufacturer ETF is in a strong uptrend, but long-term resistance levels are coming into play.
  5. 10 Stocks For The Next Tech Boom

    Next Tech Wave: Stocks leading the next boom won't be the FAANGS
  6. The Couple's Guide to Medical Expense Planning in Retirement

    Most health-expense planning is based on the individual, but if you're married there are two of you. Plan for two from the ...
  1. Tour Legendary Investor Jack Bogle's Office

    Legendary investor Jack Bogle takes Investopedia on a tour of his historic office at Vanguard.
  2. Making Investing Decisions: What Would Spock Do?

    Approaching investing like Spock from Star Trek means not making decisions based on emotion.
  3. 6 Tips for Protecting Your Identity

    Taking these six steps can help prevent you from falling victim to a data breach.
  4. The Top 5 Skills an Investment Banker Needs

    What are the top skills investment bankers need to have? Are i-bankers born or made?
  5. Easy Certifications to Add to Your Resume

    These courses and certificates are relatively cheap and non-intensive, and they can help you get hired or put you in a higher ...
  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. BlackBerry Stock: Buyers Step Up Ahead of Earnings

    Lowly BlackBerry broke out above the 50-day EMA on healthy volume after reporting a software partnership agreement.
  2. Apple and Cisco Stocks: A Reversal of Fortune

    The diverging paths of Apple and Cisco stocks highlights changing capital flows within the tech sector.
  3. Lithium ETF Still Lighting Up

    The lithium ETF remains red-hot and keeps adding new assets.
  4. Will Treasuries Break Down From Key Support?

    Treasuries remain resilient despite a hawkish Fed meeting, suggesting that traders still see low growth and low inflation ...
  5. John Bogle: 'The more you trade, the less you make'

    Vanguard founder John Bogle explains why most ETFs don't always make sense.
  6. Bank of America Stock Could Break Out

    Bank of America shares could break out from key resistance levels following a hawkish Federal Reserve meeting.
  1. Billionaire L'Oreal Heiress Bettencourt Dies Aged 94

    French businesswoman and billionaire Liliane Bettencourt, whose family founded L'Oreal and still owns the largest stake in ...
  2. North Korea Jitters Ease as Focus Moves to Brexit Speech

    Jitters over a fresh exchange of barbs between North Korea and the United States eased in Europe on Friday as strong economic ...
  3. Wal-Mart Wants to Unpack Groceries and Restock Fridges

    The retail giant is eager to do whatever it takes to make life easier for shoppers as it seeks to claw back market share ...
  4. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Planning 5,000 Job Cuts: Report

    The company claims that more layoffs are necessary to combat rising competition.
  5. "Debt Trap" May Paralyse Central Banks With Fear - BIS

    Central banks are in danger of falling into a "debt trap" where they can't take needed action for fear of triggering defaults ...
  6. North Korea Risk Dents Stocks, All Eyes on Brexit Speech

    Risk appetite in Europe chilled on Friday after a new exchange of barbs between North Korea and the U.S. sparked a knee-jerk ...
  1. Billionaire L'Oreal Heiress Bettencourt Dies Aged 94

    French businesswoman and billionaire Liliane Bettencourt, whose family founded L'Oreal and still owns the largest stake in ...
  2. North Korea Jitters Ease as Focus Moves to Brexit Speech

    Jitters over a fresh exchange of barbs between North Korea and the United States eased in Europe on Friday as strong economic ...
  3. Wal-Mart Wants to Unpack Groceries and Restock Fridges

    The retail giant is eager to do whatever it takes to make life easier for shoppers as it seeks to claw back market share ...
  4. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Planning 5,000 Job Cuts: Report

    The company claims that more layoffs are necessary to combat rising competition.
  5. "Debt Trap" May Paralyse Central Banks With Fear - BIS

    Central banks are in danger of falling into a "debt trap" where they can't take needed action for fear of triggering defaults ...
  6. North Korea Risk Dents Stocks, All Eyes on Brexit Speech

    Risk appetite in Europe chilled on Friday after a new exchange of barbs between North Korea and the U.S. sparked a knee-jerk ...
  1. How to Unlock Your 401(k): In-Service Withdrawals

    In-service withdrawals can allow you to get your money out of an employer plan while still employed.
  2. Direct vs. Indirect IRA Rollovers: Which Is Best?

    Direct and indirect retirement account rollovers each have their pros and cons.
  3. Is Your 401(k) Plan Suffering From Hidden Fees?

    Plan sponsors are responsible for finding 401(k) fees that are in the participants' best interest.
  4. The Couple's Guide to Medical Expense Planning in Retirement

    Most health-expense planning is based on the individual, but if you're married there are two of you. Plan for two from the ...
  5. What Will Healthcare Cost After Retirement?

    The price tag may shock you, which is why you should do some pre-retirement calculations.
  6. Retirement Hobbies That Make Money

    Turning your hobby into some extra cash can be a great way to make your retirement more financially comfortable.
  1. Wal-Mart Wants to Unpack Groceries and Restock Fridges

    The retail giant is eager to do whatever it takes to make life easier for shoppers as it seeks to claw back market share ...
  2. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Planning 5,000 Job Cuts: Report

    The company claims that more layoffs are necessary to combat rising competition.
  3. 6 Tips for Protecting Your Identity

    Taking these six steps can help prevent you from falling victim to a data breach.
  4. How Google Will Beat Tesla, GM in Self-Driving Cars

    Google is racing ahead of rivals such as Tesla and Uber in the quest to dominate the self-driving car industry.
  5. Tech Giants Lobby Hard Under Intense Scrutiny

    Big Tech is spending record amounts on lobbying as dark clouds hang over its future.
  6. BlackBerry Stock: Buyers Step Up Ahead of Earnings

    Lowly BlackBerry broke out above the 50-day EMA on healthy volume after reporting a software partnership agreement.
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