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  1. Two And Twenty

    A type of compensation structure that hedge fund managers typically employ in which part of compensation is performance based. ...
  2. The Most Important Component of True Family Wealth

    The most important component in family wealth comes from people, and it has to be nurtured.
  3. Samsung Rolls Out Two Tablets, Teases Galaxy 8

    At the Mobile World Congress in Spain, the tech giant put aside the Galaxy 8 series, due March 29.
  4. 6 Outrageous Billionaire Purchases

    From costly pigeons to billion-dollar houses, we'll look at six of the most outrageous billionaire purchases.
  5. Protect Your Wealth by Hiring These Professionals

    When it comes to your finances, there are some things you should not do yourself.
  6. The Home Appraisal: Your Key to a Successful Refinance

    When you refinance your mortgage, everything hinges on the appraisal. Here's what appraisers look at, how to make your home ...
  1. Two And Twenty

    A type of compensation structure that hedge fund managers typically employ in which part of compensation is performance based. ...
  2. How to Make Your Own Retirement Fund

    Making sure you have a large enough nest egg to retire on is a challenge. Here's how to accomplish the task, one step at ...
  3. Why Advisors Say Debt Isn’t Always a Bad Thing

    When managed properly, debt can be used to achieve a higher overall rate of return.
  4. The DOL's Fiduciary Rule Requires a Holistic Approach

    Here's why complying with the DOL's fiduciary rule should begin with a holistic approach.
  5. The Market's Long Upward March: Correction Due? (GS)

    History shows similar advances have led to 15% median returns in the next 12 months
  6. Why Boomers Aren't Saving Enough for Retirement

    Baby Boomers still aren't saving enough for retirement. Here's what they can do to turn things around.
  1. Should Your Credit Rating Scare You?

    Take the mystery out of credit scores by learning the most important ways it can impact your life.
  2. 5 Poorest U.S. Presidents

    Here are the poorest U.S. presidents based on how little money they had to start off and how badly they squandered their ...
  3. How to Make Your Own Retirement Fund

    Making sure you have a large enough nest egg to retire on is a challenge. Here's how to accomplish the task, one step at ...
  4. Gen X: Can Your House Cost You Your Retirement?

    If you're in Generation X and thinking about retirement, be sure to review your housing expenses.
  5. The Most Important Component of True Family Wealth

    The most important component in family wealth comes from people, and it has to be nurtured.
  6. The Jobs with the Biggest Raises

    Which are the jobs with the biggest raises? And how high are their salaries?
  1. Keep Selling Yelp and Trip Advisor (YELP, TRIP)

    Heavy competition and self-inflicted wounds should keep Yelp and Trip Advisor short sellers in business through 2017 and ...
  2. Active Traders Are Not Giving Up on Commodities (GSG, REMX)

    Bullish chart patterns and nearby support are triggering a renewed interest in commodities. These charts of these three ETFs ...
  3. Tide Turning for Marine Retailers (HZO, MPX)

    Some marine retailers are welcoming significant revenue gains with rising U.S. consumer confidence.
  4. Biotech on the Verge of a Breakout (IBB, XBI)

    Both the IBB and XBI are surging today. There are two important levels investors should watch out for.
  5. Build-A-Bear Sees Mall Traffic Declines (BBW, HAS)

    Build-A-Bear's unique in-store experience is not enough to counter dwindling mall traffic trends.
  6. Emotional Trading in Shares of NVDA (NVDA)

    Is it investor or trader behavior that is moving the stock into such severe swings?
  1. Realty Income Falls After Diluting Shareholder Ownership (O)

    The popular REIT saw its stock fall over 2 percent after announcing a secondary issuance worth over $7 billion.
  2. Consumers Increasingly 'Vote' With Their Dollars

    In Trump era, businesses attempt appeals to activist consumers with politically driven initiatives.
  3. Two And Twenty

    A type of compensation structure that hedge fund managers typically employ in which part of compensation is performance based. ...
  4. Keep Selling Yelp and Trip Advisor (YELP, TRIP)

    Heavy competition and self-inflicted wounds should keep Yelp and Trip Advisor short sellers in business through 2017 and ...
  5. Active Traders Are Not Giving Up on Commodities (GSG, REMX)

    Bullish chart patterns and nearby support are triggering a renewed interest in commodities. These charts of these three ETFs ...
  6. Gen X: Can Your House Cost You Your Retirement?

    If you're in Generation X and thinking about retirement, be sure to review your housing expenses.
  1. Realty Income Falls After Diluting Shareholder Ownership (O)

    The popular REIT saw its stock fall over 2 percent after announcing a secondary issuance worth over $7 billion.
  2. Consumers Increasingly 'Vote' With Their Dollars

    In Trump era, businesses attempt appeals to activist consumers with politically driven initiatives.
  3. Keep Selling Yelp and Trip Advisor (YELP, TRIP)

    Heavy competition and self-inflicted wounds should keep Yelp and Trip Advisor short sellers in business through 2017 and ...
  4. Don't Lose out on Equity Compensation When You Retire

    Equity compensation can be a lucrative benefit that shouldn't be overlooked at retirement.
  5. Why Telecom Mergers Will Rise Even Higher in 2017 (DTE, S)

    M&A deals surged in 2016, but their value could climb even more in a favorable regulatory environment.
  6. Diageo Targets Booming Indian Market

    As India rolls out new anti-liquor laws, liquor companies double down in the region.
  1. How to Make Your Own Retirement Fund

    Making sure you have a large enough nest egg to retire on is a challenge. Here's how to accomplish the task, one step at ...
  2. Gen X: Can Your House Cost You Your Retirement?

    If you're in Generation X and thinking about retirement, be sure to review your housing expenses.
  3. Social Security Disability Benefits vs. Retirement Benefits

    Here's how to know if you should file for Social Security retirement vs. disability benefits.
  4. Your 40s Is Not Too Late to Save for Retirement

    If you are in your 40s and haven't started planning or saving for retirement, it's not too late.
  5. Avoid Paying More for Medicare by Planning Ahead

    Use these methods to reduce your retirement income to avoid the income-related Medicare adjustment.
  6. Don't Lose out on Equity Compensation When You Retire

    Equity compensation can be a lucrative benefit that shouldn't be overlooked at retirement.
  1. Keep Selling Yelp and Trip Advisor (YELP, TRIP)

    Heavy competition and self-inflicted wounds should keep Yelp and Trip Advisor short sellers in business through 2017 and ...
  2. The DOL's Fiduciary Rule Requires a Holistic Approach

    Here's why complying with the DOL's fiduciary rule should begin with a holistic approach.
  3. Alphabet to Launch 'Android Messages' to Challenge iMessage, FB Messenger (GOOGL, FB)

    After a slow start, Alphabet wants a big bite of the mobile messaging business
  4. Sony Exceeds Its Playstation VR Sales Expectations (SNE)

    The Japanese company said it has sold 915,000 Playstation VRs since releasing the device last October.
  5. Wal-Mart Wants Luring Shoppers From Kroger and Aldi (WMT)

    Wal-Mart has been reducing prices on grocery items in some states in a bid to better compete against discount supermarket ...
  6. Robinhood

    Robinhood wants to level the financial markets playing field with its free stock and ETF trading platform.
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  3. Price Elasticity Of Demand

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    An order placed with a broker that combines the features of stop order with those of a limit order. A stop-limit order will ...
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