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  1. Where to Buy a $10 Million Coin

    Vicken Yegparian shares how to buy Roman-era coins, and what piece Stack's Bowers once sold for a record $10 million.
  2. Affluenza

    A condition arising from the desire to be more wealthy; also, the inability to understand the consequences of actions because ...
  3. The Best Fortune 500 Mentorship Programs

    These top Fortune 500 companies offer mentorship programs to recent graduates.
  4. 5 Websites For Booking a Private Jet

    These sites can help you get flights and destinations – sometimes, even just a seat instead of a whole plane.
  5. When Are Rent-to-Own Homes a Good Idea?

    The rent-to-own model for buying a house can benefit those in a specific financial situation.
  6. What To Do When You're Left Out Of A Will

    There are several legal steps you can take if you are left out of a will.
  1. Where to Buy a $10 Million Coin

    Vicken Yegparian shares how to buy Roman-era coins, and what piece Stack's Bowers once sold for a record $10 million.
  2. Can a Financial Advisor Make you Happier?

    Elliot Weissbluth, CEO and Founder of HighTower Advisors, shares why financial advisors have a pretty big impact on your ...
  3. How S&P 500, Dow Stocks May Get Killed by Low Inflation

    Investors beware. Today's low inflation may no longer help stocks outperform
  4. 5 Reasons These Chip Stocks Will Surge

    Five key forces may keep chip equipment stocks rising even as growth decelerates
  5. iShares Expands Corporate Bond ETF Suite

    iShares has bolstered its corporate bond suite with three new ETFs.
  6. Pullback in Base Metals Suggests It Is Time to Buy

    A retracement toward key levels of support suggests that base metal prices could head higher in the months ahead.
  1. The Pros and Cons of Remarrying Later in Life

    Those looking to remarry later in life need to take steps to protect their assets.
  2. When Net Unrealized Appreciation Is a Bad Idea

    A net unrealized appreciation strategy doesn't always result in significant tax savings.
  3. Equifax Data Breach: Why You Shouldn't Follow Their Advice

    This is what you should and shouldn't do in the wake of the massive Equifax data breach.
  4. The Cookie Jar Method of Budgeting

    The cookie jar method of budgeting can get you on the path to saving and reaching financial goals.
  5. Staying Safe After the Equifax Data Breach

    The recent Equifax breach illustrates why you need to protect your identity. Here's how.
  6. Why Money Matters in a Marriage

    When spouses have differing financial views, it's important to get back on the same page.
  1. 4 Top-Performing Alternatives to Bitcoin

    Bitcoin's blockchain technology has spawned a new ecosystem of “altcoins.”
  2. Herbalife Stock Setting Off Multiple Sell Signals

    Herbalife has reversed at the .786 Fibonacci retracement level after a long-term recovery failed to reach the 2014 high.
  3. Will Teva Pharmaceutical Stock Close the Gap?

    Teva shares moved sharply lower over the past three months before a brief relief rally took hold.
  4. Tesla Stock Extends Breakout, Tests All-Time High

    Tesla shares briefly touched their all-time high this week, but some analysts aren't so confident in the future.
  5. Intel Stock Awakens After Long Slumber

    Intel stock lifted to a four-month high and into a test at 2014 resistance, with a breakout opening the door to the all-time ...
  6. What is a Wash Sale?

    The Wash-Sale rule was established to forbid a loss deduction of a security sold.
  1. Activist Investor Morfit Exiting Microsoft Board

    The software giant’s stock has risen more than 151 percent since activist investor ValueAct first bought a stake in the company. ...
  2. 4 Top-Performing Alternatives to Bitcoin

    Bitcoin's blockchain technology has spawned a new ecosystem of “altcoins.”
  3. Stocks Fall 70% of the Time in Late September: What to Do

    The S&P 500 has traded lower 70% of the time during the last ten trading days of September since 1980, according to CNBC.
  4. Where to Buy a $10 Million Coin

    Vicken Yegparian shares how to buy Roman-era coins, and what piece Stack's Bowers once sold for a record $10 million.
  5. Thyssenkrupp, Tata Steel Agree to Forge Europe's No. 2 Steelmaker

    Germany's Thyssenkrupp and India's Tata Steel struck a preliminary deal on Wednesday to merge their European steel operations ...
  6. Can Goldman's Stock Climb Out of Its Hole?

    While Goldman Sachs' share prices have struggled this year, the investment giant has a comeback plan.
  1. Activist Investor Morfit Exiting Microsoft Board

    The software giant’s stock has risen more than 151 percent since activist investor ValueAct first bought a stake in the company. ...
  2. Stocks Fall 70% of the Time in Late September: What to Do

    The S&P 500 has traded lower 70% of the time during the last ten trading days of September since 1980, according to CNBC.
  3. Thyssenkrupp, Tata Steel Agree to Forge Europe's No. 2 Steelmaker

    Germany's Thyssenkrupp and India's Tata Steel struck a preliminary deal on Wednesday to merge their European steel operations ...
  4. Can Goldman's Stock Climb Out of Its Hole?

    While Goldman Sachs' share prices have struggled this year, the investment giant has a comeback plan.
  5. Bristol-Myers Could Be Getting Ready to Break Out

    Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. (BMY) has had a rough 2017, up only 7.8%.
  6. Fed Conflicted by Tepid U.S. Inflation, Global Economic Rebound

    Caught between a lull in U.S. inflation and a stronger global economy, the Federal Reserve is expected on Wednesday to signal ...
  1. The Pros and Cons of Remarrying Later in Life

    Those looking to remarry later in life need to take steps to protect their assets.
  2. When Net Unrealized Appreciation Is a Bad Idea

    A net unrealized appreciation strategy doesn't always result in significant tax savings.
  3. The Case for Collecting Social Security Early

    While it may seem counterintuitive, sometimes it makes sense to claim Social Security early.
  4. Best Retirement Plan Options for the Self-Employed

    Self-employed business owners can choose from any of these retirement plan options.
  5. How Social Security Works After Retirement

    Millions of Baby Boomers are looking forward to collecting benefits, but several factors can affect how much they get and ...
  6. The Potential Benefits of a Roth IRA

    No one knows when taxes will increase. With a Roth IRA, future distributions are tax-free.
  1. Activist Investor Morfit Exiting Microsoft Board

    The software giant’s stock has risen more than 151 percent since activist investor ValueAct first bought a stake in the company. ...
  2. Cybersecurity Steps Everyone Should Take

    Anyone using a device connected to the internet should employ these cybersecurity practices.
  3. Equifax Data Breach: Why You Shouldn't Follow Their Advice

    This is what you should and shouldn't do in the wake of the massive Equifax data breach.
  4. Staying Safe After the Equifax Data Breach

    The recent Equifax breach illustrates why you need to protect your identity. Here's how.
  5. Amazon Working on Smart Glasses

    Amazon could launch smart glasses and a home security camera this year in a bid to strengthen its grip on the smart-home ...
  6. China Moves Forward on Bitcoin Exchange Closures

    The Chinese government has detailed how and when they will shut down bitcoin exchanges.
Hot Definitions
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    The length of time required to recover the cost of an investment. The payback period of a given investment or project is ...
  2. Collateral Value

    The estimated fair market value of an asset that is being used as loan collateral. Collateral value is determined by appraisal ...
  3. Fiduciary

    A fiduciary is a person who acts on behalf of another person, or persons to manage assets.
  4. Current Account

    The difference between a nation’s savings and its investment. The current account is defined as the sum of goods and services ...
  5. Liability

    Liabilities are defined as a company's legal debts or obligations that arise during the course of business operations.
  6. Quick Ratio

    The quick ratio is an indicator of a company’s short-term liquidity. The quick ratio measures a company’s ability to meet ...
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