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  1. How To Fly First Class For Cheap

    Slide into one of those first class (or business class) seats for cheap.
  2. For Financial Independence, Forget the McMansion

    While financial independence and retirement should be a priority for all Americans, some people are foolishly purchasing ...
  3. Don't Base Success on Your Finances

    How to measure your success without using money or material possessions as the ruler.
  4. How to Avoid Gift Taxes

    For most, the answer to the question, “How much is the gift tax?” can be “nothing."
  5. How Advisor Compensation Models Are Evolving

    Is there still a place in this world for commission-based advice in wealth management?
  6. Should Investors Sell in These 4 Scenarios?

    You may want to sell in any of these four scenarios, but it may not be the right decision.
  1. Micron Stock: Double Top or Consolidation? (MU)

    Micron stock has risen more than 40% this year, but the trend has lost momentum heading into earnings this week.
  2. There's Still Momentum for Momentum ETFs (MTUM, AAPL)

    Momentum stocks have dipped recently, but this ETF has been steady.
  3. The 5 Best Alternatives to Zillow & Trulia

    Understand the online real estate industry and how Zillow and Trulia are industry leaders. Learn about alternatives to Zillow ...
  4. A Technical Look at the Real Estate Sector (IYR, AMT)

    The charts of three key real estate investments suggest that now could be a good time to follow Warren Buffet's lead and ...
  5. Supervalu Stock: Now Too Cheap to Ignore? (SVU, WFM)

    Shares of grocer Supervalu plunged after Amazon announced the Whole Foods deal. Has the market overreacted?
  6. U.S. Stocks in 2017 Face a Rocky Second Half

    After shattering numerous records, the S&P 500, Nasdaq and Dow face major turmoil
  1. Guarantor

    A person who guarantees to pay for someone else's debt if he or she should default on a loan obligation. A guarantor is also ...
  2. Books CEOs Will Be Reading This Summer

    Learn which single book is on the reading list of leaders at McKinsey, Barclays Africa, Microsoft and the British Army.
  3. The 7 Best Places to Put Your Savings

    You work hard to put your money away for the future, but where you should you keep it?
  4. Financial Planning in the Context of Chronic Illness

    Financial planning for people with a chronic illness involves special considerations and steps.
  5. For Financial Independence, Forget the McMansion

    While financial independence and retirement should be a priority for all Americans, some people are foolishly purchasing ...
  6. It Pays to Prepare for Divorce or Widowhood

    Despite their increase in financial savvy, women still feel threatened by divorce or widowhood.
  1. Introduction to Level II Quotes

    Find out what's happening in a given stock with this service showing Nasdaq market makers' best bid and ask prices.
  2. July's Tough, but These Stocks Tend to Do Well (AMGN, HCP)

    July isn't a great month for the stock market historically, but these stocks tend to perform well.
  3. Micron Stock: Double Top or Consolidation? (MU)

    Micron stock has risen more than 40% this year, but the trend has lost momentum heading into earnings this week.
  4. Citigroup Stock Is Ready to Break Out Again

    Share of Citigroup have a solid floor and should continue to strengthen.
  5. KB Home Uptrend Accelerates After Positive Earnings (KBH, DHI)

    KB Home extended its rally following second quarter earnings as the housing market remains strong.
  6. 3 Charts Show Why the SPDR Gold Trust Will Fall

    Recent activity shows a trend to the downside for the SPDR Gold Trust.
  1. Opinion: Blue Apron Cut Suggests Investors Have Discernment

    Blue Apron's reduction is a barely digestible soup. The U.S. meal-kit delivery service lowered the proposed valuation in ...
  2. Opinion: Ransomware Reveals Tech Challenges Past and Future

    Who'd be in charge of a corporate IT network with hacks, phishing and now a double dose of so-called ransomware to contend ...
  3. Opinion: UGGs Could Be Cozy Fit for Buyout Barons

    UGGs could be a cozy fit for buyout barons. A pushy investor in $2.2 billion Deckers Outdoor, owner of the trendy sheepskin-lined ...
  4. US-India Trade by the Numbers

    What is the value and composition of the U.S. trade deficit with its ninth largest trading partner?
  5. Energen Sticks to Business Plan as Corvex Raises Stake

    Activist investor Corvex Management LP reported a 7.6 percent stake in oil and gas producer Energen Corp on Wednesday and ...
  6. U.S. Housing Stocks May Rally as Millennials Age -Smead

    Stocks of large U.S. home builders and building materials companies are poised to rise as millennials age and need housing, ...
  1. Opinion: Blue Apron Cut Suggests Investors Have Discernment

    Blue Apron's reduction is a barely digestible soup. The U.S. meal-kit delivery service lowered the proposed valuation in ...
  2. Opinion: Ransomware Reveals Tech Challenges Past and Future

    Who'd be in charge of a corporate IT network with hacks, phishing and now a double dose of so-called ransomware to contend ...
  3. Opinion: UGGs Could Be Cozy Fit for Buyout Barons

    UGGs could be a cozy fit for buyout barons. A pushy investor in $2.2 billion Deckers Outdoor, owner of the trendy sheepskin-lined ...
  4. Energen Sticks to Business Plan as Corvex Raises Stake

    Activist investor Corvex Management LP reported a 7.6 percent stake in oil and gas producer Energen Corp on Wednesday and ...
  5. U.S. Housing Stocks May Rally as Millennials Age -Smead

    Stocks of large U.S. home builders and building materials companies are poised to rise as millennials age and need housing, ...
  6. Nestle Plan Hailed as Only the Start of Schneider's Shake-Up

    Nestle's plan to shore up its capital structure, announced only days after being thrust into the spotlight by activist shareholder ...
  1. Who is eligible for Canada Pension Plan benefits?

    Learn more about the Canada Pension Plan, who contributes to the plan and who can receive standard, disability, early retirement ...
  2. Can You Use Your IRA to Buy a House?

    If you're a first-time homebuyer (a term that's defined more flexibly than you think), you can tap your IRA to help with ...
  3. Retire at 45 with $500k: Is It Possible?

    Is it possible to retire at 45 with $500,000 in savings? Is it even advisable? Let’s take a look and see.
  4. What to Do With Your 401(k) if You Change Jobs

    There are several options for your old 401(k) if you start working for a new employer.
  5. What You Can Invest in With Your IRA

    What are the basic investment options to consider for your IRA?
  6. The Tragedy of Katie Maguire and Her Estate - Part 1

    Part 1 of the tragic story of Katie Maguire, her family and her estate.
  1. Intuit QuickBooks Now Lets You Send Money via Blockchain (INTU)

    Intuit will partner with Veem to allow customers to make international payments via blockchain.
  2. Beware Cryptocurrency "Gold Rush Mentality": Aberdeen Asset Mgmt

    Aberdeen Asset Management is the latest firm to warn about the potential dangers of a virtual currency bubble.
  3. Google, Nutanix Announce Cloud Partnership (GOOG, NTNX)

    The deal will help large enterprises sign up for Google's cloud service using Nutanix's products.
  4. Private Key

    A private key is a sophisticated form of cryptography that allows a user to access his or her cryptocurrency.
  5. Does Ethereum's Price Depend On the Life of This One Person?

    A fake news report suggested that Vitalik Buterin had died, and Ethereum's market value tanked by $4 billion.
  6. Russian Burger King to Accept Bitcoin Payments (QSR)

    Burger King locations in Russia will begin to accept Bitcoin as a method of payment this summer.
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