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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. 12 Stocks That Will Push the S&P 500 Higher

    Goldman Sachs says sales growth will be the key ingredient driving stocks higher
  2. Why These Are the Most Valuable Brands of 2017

    A company's brand can be worth billions of dollars. Here are the most valuable global brands in 2017.
  3. These Charts Suggest That It's Time to Buy Bonds

    Given nearby support on the charts of these ETFs, the remainder of 2017 could be a great time to own bonds.
  4. Transport Stocks Could Hit All-Time Highs

    The Dow Jones Transportation Average is testing the 2017 high after a summer sell-off and could break out.
  5. Acacia Research Stock Breaks Out as Rally Continues

    Shares continued their winning streak this week amid speculation about Acacia Research's Apple settlement.
  6. Gogo Shares Break Down From Key Support

    Gogo shares moved sharply lower this week following a new debt offering, but traders will be watching these key levels.
  1. Moving to the Burbs? Keep the City Condo As Rental

    Considering selling your condo after moving to the suburbs? Run the numbers on renting it first.
  2. 9 Steps to Set Up a Small Business Disaster Plan

    Every small business needs a disaster recovery plan. Here are nine steps to implement one.
  3. 10 Ways to Save Money on Your Summer Vacation

    Taking a summer vacation doesn't have to break the bank. Use these 10 tips to save and have fun.
  4. The Equifax Hack: What You Should Do Now

    There is a good chance you were affected by the Equifax breach. Here's what to do now.
  5. Highest-Paid CEOs in the UK

    These executives of public companies are the top five highest paid in Britain.
  6. Beware of Student Loan Repayment Programs

    Paying a reduced amount on your student loans and having them forgiven can be too good to be true.
  1. Restaurant Stocks Breaking Key Support Levels

    Shareholders are dumping restaurant chains, worried that weather disruptions will undermine quarterly revenues and profits.
  2. The QQQ Breaks Down From Key Support Levels

    The PowerShares QQQ broke down from support on Monday. Traders will be watching these key levels this week.
  3. Red Hat Stock Poised to Break Out From Rounding Top

    Red Hat stock looked bearish into second quarter earnings, but solid results could send it to key resistance levels.
  4. Amazon Showing Signs of Strain, Calls for Caution

    Given the developing chart pattern, Amazon is at risk of falling into the biggest correction in over one-and-a-half years.
  5. Micron Stock: Is the Rally Coming to an End?

    Micron Technology stock has reached 2014 resistance after a 16-month rally and could turn lower in the coming weeks.
  6. Nike Stock at Cusp of Major Breakdown

    Nike stock failed a summer breakout, setting the stage for an earnings report that could trigger a major breakdown.
  1. Betting on Bank ETFs

    Investors are finally becoming bullish on bank stocks, and there are catalysts warranting that view.
  2. Restaurant Stocks Breaking Key Support Levels

    Shareholders are dumping restaurant chains, worried that weather disruptions will undermine quarterly revenues and profits.
  3. 13 Ways to Invest in Cybersecurity

    Rarely a week goes by without a new media story about data breaches, hacking schemes or cyber attacks impacting individuals, ...
  4. The Top 4 Nike Shareholders (NKE)

    Learn about the history of Nike Inc. and the top five individual shareholders who continue to benefit from the company's ...
  5. Nvidia Announces Deals With Tencent, Baidu, Alibaba

    Leading Chinese companies are queuing up to use Nvidia’s latest AI-focused technology.
  6. Why Risky Biotechs Are Rising as Tech Stocks Slump

    The Nasdaq Composite and Technology stocks fell by nearly 1% on Monday.
  1. Betting on Bank ETFs

    Investors are finally becoming bullish on bank stocks, and there are catalysts warranting that view.
  2. Restaurant Stocks Breaking Key Support Levels

    Shareholders are dumping restaurant chains, worried that weather disruptions will undermine quarterly revenues and profits.
  3. 13 Ways to Invest in Cybersecurity

    Rarely a week goes by without a new media story about data breaches, hacking schemes or cyber attacks impacting individuals, ...
  4. Nvidia Announces Deals With Tencent, Baidu, Alibaba

    Leading Chinese companies are queuing up to use Nvidia’s latest AI-focused technology.
  5. Why Risky Biotechs Are Rising as Tech Stocks Slump

    The Nasdaq Composite and Technology stocks fell by nearly 1% on Monday.
  6. Nike's Shares Appear Set to Rise After Hitting Bottom

    Nike seems to have bottomed-out and looks poised to climb ahead of the company's 1Q earnings release.
  1. Can Your Social Security Benefits Be Garnished?

    Seniors may want to think twice before taking out a student loan for their grandchildren.
  2. 7 Steps to Create a 10-Years-from-Retirement Plan

    Workers who are only 10 years away from retiring need to do a number of things to ensure that a comfortable retirement can ...
  3. Securing Your Future

    Your guide to financial planning for retirement.
  4. 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.
  5. Direct vs. Indirect IRA Rollovers: Which Is Best?

    Direct and indirect retirement account rollovers each have their pros and cons.
  6. 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.
  1. Bitcoin's Price Is Behaving Sticky

    Investors and traders are in the "wait and watch" mode and not indulging in any active buying or selling; the drop in trading ...
  2. Nvidia Announces Deals With Tencent, Baidu, Alibaba

    Leading Chinese companies are queuing up to use Nvidia’s latest AI-focused technology.
  3. The Equifax Hack: What You Should Do Now

    There is a good chance you were affected by the Equifax breach. Here's what to do now.
  4. Apple Replaces Bing With Google in Siri and Spotlight

    Apple’s decision to use more Google search results should provide it with greater consistency and, potentially, another bumper ...
  5. The QQQ Breaks Down From Key Support Levels

    The PowerShares QQQ broke down from support on Monday. Traders will be watching these key levels this week.
  6. Why the Tech Sector Glass is Half Full

    Sentiment toward technology stocks is oscillating between optimism and skepticism. We dig into tech sector opportunities—and ...
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