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  1. What does a 'Chief Economist' do?

    Vanguard's Chief Economist Joe Davis discusses his role helping portfolio managers and clients.
  2. 6 Tips For Increasing Your Net Worth

    Here are the six best things you can do to increase your net worth.
  3. 3 Simple Steps To Building Wealth

    Getting richer is easier if you take it one step at a time.
  4. How Uber Inspired Better Financial Advice

    Elliot Weissbluth discusses the impact services like Uber had on the financial industry and the way Hightower treats clients.
  5. What's the difference between Google's GOOG and GOOGL stock tickers?

    Learn the difference between Google's GOOG and GOOGL ticker symbols. Splitting shares into classes prevents management from ...
  6. Why Emergency Funds Are a Bad Idea

    Learn why taking the time to build an emergency fund is a staggeringly inefficient use of the precious and limited resource ...
  1. So, You Want to Earn Your CFA?

    Here are some pros and cons to consider before you take the CFA charter plunge.
  2. How Hard are the CFA Exams?

    Learn about the difficulty of the CFA exams with a description of the tests, some statistics on pass rates and suggestions ...
  3. The 15 Highest-Paying Jobs for Business Majors

    See the highest-paying jobs for business majors 10 years out, from PayScale’s 2016–2017 College Salary Report.
  4. Start a Retirement Business with an ROBS 401(k)

    This little-known plan is a tax-free way to fund a retirement business, but it's not without risks and the legal work can ...
  5. 6 Ways Advisors Should Utilize a Facebook Business Page

    These six simple steps will help you make the most of your Facebook business page.
  6. What does a 'Chief Economist' do?

    Vanguard's Chief Economist Joe Davis discusses his role helping portfolio managers and clients.
  1. So, You Want to Earn Your CFA?

    Here are some pros and cons to consider before you take the CFA charter plunge.
  2. The Best Way To Prepare For The CFA Level 1 Exam

    Prepare to ace the CFA Level 1 exam by studying systematically.
  3. The 15 Highest-Paying Jobs for Business Majors

    See the highest-paying jobs for business majors 10 years out, from PayScale’s 2016–2017 College Salary Report.
  4. Do You Have a Retirement Timeline?

    Being familiar with your retirement timeline will make the transition into retirement easier.
  5. Good Financial Plans Need Slush Funds

    A slush fund gives you the freedom to enjoy life and a little spending in the present.
  6. Why You Should Improve Your Credit and How to Do It

    With credit playing a big role in many financial decisions, it is important to maintain good credit.
  1. Understanding the Reasons Behind Ethereum's Price Rise

    The price of Ethereum has surged by 2400% year-to-date, from approximately $8 in the beginning of the year to beyond $20 ...
  2. Where Might Inovio Shares Land Post-Breakout? (INO)

    Inovio Pharmaceuticals recently broke out following positive clinical data, but its future appears clouded from a technical ...
  3. How the Fed Fund Rate Hikes Affect the US Dollar

    Learn about the effects the federal funds rate on the U.S. dollar. Understand what happens when the Federal Reserve increases ...
  4. How Will the Fed Reduce its Balance Sheet?

    After a 6 year policy of quantitative easing the Fed now has to address the resulting $4.5 trillion balance sheet as it begins ...
  5. CF Corp. to Buy Fidelity & Guaranty for $1.8 Bln (CFCO, FGL)

    Less than a year as a public company, CF Corp. is snapping up Fidelity & Guaranty Life.
  6. BlackBerry Turnaround Catching Fire (BBRY)

    BlackBerry has reached a 2-year high, with improved sentiment likely to generate a sustained uptrend and even higher prices. ...
  1. Tesla Factory Sees More Injuries Than Industry Average: Report (TSLA)

    The rate of injuries occurring at Tesla’s high-tech Fremont plant in California was about a third higher than the auto industry ...
  2. China Blue-Chips Leap Most in 9 Months, Some Sense State Support

    China stocks rose sharply on Thursday, as the blue-chip CSI300 index posted its best day in more than nine months despite ...
  3. Stocks Could Rise 50%, Says Yale's Shiller

    Robert Shiller, a nobel-winning economist, has predicted that the bull market could last several years.
  4. Bank of China Main Backer as ChemChina Raises $20 Bln for Syngenta Deal

    ChemChina has raised $20 billion mainly in perpetual bonds to finance its purchase of Swiss seeds firm Syngenta, with Bank ...
  5. Stanford Study Says Fitness Trackers Can't Count Calories (AAPL, FIT)

    Researchers say those relying on fitness trackers to measure their calorie expenditure are being misled.
  6. GE's Saudi Joint Venture to Start Gas Turbine Production This Year

    General Electric's joint venture to manufacture gas turbines in Saudi Arabia will start production by the end of the year, ...
  1. Tesla Factory Sees More Injuries Than Industry Average: Report (TSLA)

    The rate of injuries occurring at Tesla’s high-tech Fremont plant in California was about a third higher than the auto industry ...
  2. China Blue-Chips Leap Most in 9 Months, Some Sense State Support

    China stocks rose sharply on Thursday, as the blue-chip CSI300 index posted its best day in more than nine months despite ...
  3. Stocks Could Rise 50%, Says Yale's Shiller

    Robert Shiller, a nobel-winning economist, has predicted that the bull market could last several years.
  4. Bank of China Main Backer as ChemChina Raises $20 Bln for Syngenta Deal

    ChemChina has raised $20 billion mainly in perpetual bonds to finance its purchase of Swiss seeds firm Syngenta, with Bank ...
  5. Stanford Study Says Fitness Trackers Can't Count Calories (AAPL, FIT)

    Researchers say those relying on fitness trackers to measure their calorie expenditure are being misled.
  6. GE's Saudi Joint Venture to Start Gas Turbine Production This Year

    General Electric's joint venture to manufacture gas turbines in Saudi Arabia will start production by the end of the year, ...
  1. Start a Retirement Business with an ROBS 401(k)

    This little-known plan is a tax-free way to fund a retirement business, but it's not without risks and the legal work can ...
  2. Do You Have a Retirement Timeline?

    Being familiar with your retirement timeline will make the transition into retirement easier.
  3. Good Financial Plans Need Slush Funds

    A slush fund gives you the freedom to enjoy life and a little spending in the present.
  4. Changes to Social Security Spousal Benefit Rules

    A closed loophole in spousal Social Security benefits may change your retirement strategy.
  5. Retirement Planning for Clients Who Outlive Savings

    Half of Americans lack any retirement savings. Here's how advisors can turn that around.
  6. Why Some Retirees Should Consider Roth Conversions

    These are the scenarios under which a Roth conversion could make sense.
  1. Tesla Factory Sees More Injuries Than Industry Average: Report (TSLA)

    The rate of injuries occurring at Tesla’s high-tech Fremont plant in California was about a third higher than the auto industry ...
  2. 6 Ways Advisors Should Utilize a Facebook Business Page

    These six simple steps will help you make the most of your Facebook business page.
  3. Stanford Study Says Fitness Trackers Can't Count Calories (AAPL, FIT)

    Researchers say those relying on fitness trackers to measure their calorie expenditure are being misled.
  4. Will Amazon's Alexa Be Your Next Financial Adviser? (AMZN)

    The smart assistant already has a number of skills required in financial services.
  5. Why Amazon Invested in Plug Power (AMZN, PLUG)

    Last month, online giant Amazon inked a deal with alternative energy company Plug Power.
  6. The History of First Solar (FSLR)

    A sneak peek into the history of one of the successful solar companies.
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