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  1. How Investing in ‘Turnkey’ Property Works

    Turnkey properties can make sense for people who want a real estate investment without truly being in the real estate business. ...
  2. An In-Depth Look at The Swap Market

    The swap market plays an important role in the global financial marketplace; find out what you need to know about it.
  3. The Top 5 States for Retirees to Buy Cheap Property

    Buying vacant land for future gain is high-risk. Look for low prices in undeveloped areas likely to see a building boom in ...
  4. How Warren Buffett made Berkshire Hathaway

    It would be easier to list the industries in which Berkshire Hathaway Inc. doesn’t turn a profit.
  5. What are Some Advantages of Raising Capital Through Private Placement?

    Understand how a business can raise capital through private placement and the benefits business owners receive through this ...
  6. A Hostile Takeover vs. Friendly Takeover

    Learn about the difference between a hostile takeover and a friendly takeover, and understand how proxy fights and tender ...
  1. How S&P 500 Stocks May Get Killed by Low Inflation

    Investors beware. Today's low inflation may no longer help stocks outperform
  2. 5 Reasons These Chip Stocks Will Surge

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

    iShares has bolstered its corporate bond suite with three new ETFs.
  4. 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.
  5. Alphabet's Short-Term Fall Could Be a Long-Term Gain

    Alphabet's loss of $32 billion in market value will be offset by the stock's longterm advance
  6. 401(k) Fees: Are You Still Paying Too Much?

    Learn how your 401(k) fees compare to industry norms and whether you're paying too much.
  1. 529 Plan

    A 529 plan provides tax advantages when saving and paying for higher education. There are two types of 529 plans—prepaid ...
  2. Are We On The Brink Of Housing Bubble 2.0?

    More than a third of houses flipped in the second quarter of 2017 were done so using finance.
  3. The Top General Motors Shareholders (GM)

    Discover General Motors’ top four direct shareholders. Learn about how many shares they hold and obtain a brief description ...
  4. Dividend: My Favorite Financial Term

    Betterment Founder and CEO, Jon Stein, shares his favorite financial term.
  5. 4 Ways to Make Extra Money to Fund Financial Goals

    Looking to increase your income? Consider these ideas to make it happen.
  6. Retiring Soon? 10 Things to Consider First

    Consider these 10 questions and to-dos before you retire to make sure you are ready.
  1. 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 ...
  2. Oil Slicks: More Leveraged Oil ETNs Debut

    Risk-tolerant traders may like these new leveraged oil ETNs.
  3. McDonald's Stock at Key Support After Expiration Swoon

    McDonald's shares fell after a research firm alleged that hurricane disruptions could undermine third quarter profits.
  4. Oppenheimer's Ari Wald on the Tech Sector

    Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer & Co. Ari Wald shares his favorite chart.
  5. NVIDIA Breakout Bodes Well for AMD Stock

    NVIDIA's breakout could benefit AMD, which has attempted to mimic its rival's price action in the past two years.
  6. An In-Depth Look at The Swap Market

    The swap market plays an important role in the global financial marketplace; find out what you need to know about it.
  1. 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 ...
  2. Why Facebook's Stock Is Still a Bargain

    The fast-growing mega tech stock is even cheaper than slow-growth McDonald's.
  3. Amazon's Cloud Service Just Got Cheaper

    Amazon’s cloud computing platform has switched from hourly to per-second billing in a bid to reel in more customers from ...
  4. Intel Has Invested Over $1B in AI Startups

    Intel believes its capital intensive investments in AI will pay off in a big way in the coming decades.
  5. How S&P 500 Stocks May Get Killed by Low Inflation

    Investors beware. Today's low inflation may no longer help stocks outperform
  6. Sprint First to Offer Free iPhone 8 With Trade-In

    The most aggressive offer yet on Apple's new iPhone could spur another price war among carriers.
  1. 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 ...
  2. Why Facebook's Stock Is Still a Bargain

    The fast-growing mega tech stock is even cheaper than slow-growth McDonald's.
  3. Amazon's Cloud Service Just Got Cheaper

    Amazon’s cloud computing platform has switched from hourly to per-second billing in a bid to reel in more customers from ...
  4. Intel Has Invested Over $1B in AI Startups

    Intel believes its capital intensive investments in AI will pay off in a big way in the coming decades.
  5. How S&P 500 Stocks May Get Killed by Low Inflation

    Investors beware. Today's low inflation may no longer help stocks outperform
  6. Sprint First to Offer Free iPhone 8 With Trade-In

    The most aggressive offer yet on Apple's new iPhone could spur another price war among carriers.
  1. The Top 5 States for Retirees to Buy Cheap Property

    Buying vacant land for future gain is high-risk. Look for low prices in undeveloped areas likely to see a building boom in ...
  2. Retiring Soon? 10 Things to Consider First

    Consider these 10 questions and to-dos before you retire to make sure you are ready.
  3. The Potential Benefits of a Roth IRA

    No one knows when taxes will increase. With a Roth IRA, future distributions are tax-free.
  4. Medigap Changes 2020: Seniors to Lose Plans C and F

    Attention, seniors: Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, you will no longer be able to sign up for the two most popular Medigap plans. ...
  5. 401(k) Fees: Are You Still Paying Too Much?

    Learn how your 401(k) fees compare to industry norms and whether you're paying too much.
  6. How is Warren Buffett Plan Bequeathing his Estate?

    Find out how much Warren Buffett is leaving for his heirs and how he wants the funds invested after his death. Learn about ...
  1. 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 ...
  2. Amazon's Cloud Service Just Got Cheaper

    Amazon’s cloud computing platform has switched from hourly to per-second billing in a bid to reel in more customers from ...
  3. Intel Has Invested Over $1B in AI Startups

    Intel believes its capital intensive investments in AI will pay off in a big way in the coming decades.
  4. Why Cryptocurrency Market Fell 40% From Its Record High

    The latest downswing further confirms the cryptocurrency industry's unique volatility.
  5. Blockchain

    A blockchain is a public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. Developed for Bitcoin, its uses are spreading to all ...
  6. NVIDIA Breakout Bodes Well for AMD Stock

    NVIDIA's breakout could benefit AMD, which has attempted to mimic its rival's price action in the past two years.
Hot Definitions
  1. Collateral Value

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  3. Current Account

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

    Liabilities are defined as a company's legal debts or obligations that arise during the course of business operations.
  5. 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 ...
  6. Covered Call

    An options strategy whereby an investor holds a long position in an asset and writes (sells) call options on that same asset ...
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