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  1. Lessons from Johnny Depp's Finances to Avoid Going Broke

    Average citizens and celebrities with millions alike need to keep an eye on their finances.
  2. Should You Pay All Cash For Your Next Home?

    Pay cash only for a home? Here are the pros and cons.
  3. How to Make the Most of Your Equity Compensation

    Make sure you and your financial planner know how to get the most out of your equity compensation.
  4. Credit Suisse Offers Brighter Outlook on Europe (CS, XLF)

    Credit Suisse lures more wealthy European clients with alternative strategies to combat political risks.
  5. 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.
  6. Jay Z's New Hustle: His Own Venture Capital Fund

    After some lucrative private investments, Jay Z is now looking to start his own VC fund.
  1. Growth of Hybrid Robo-Advisors to Outpace Pure Robos

    A recent study projects hybrid robo-advisors will manage 10% of all investable assets by 2025.
  2. Retirement Planning Strategies for Clients in Their 50s

    Here are three ways financial advisors can help 50-somethings plan for retirement.
  3. Why Investors Are Cooling on the Dow

    Cooling Off: Investors withdrew $2 billion last week from the SPDR Dow Jones ETF, 12.5% of its value
  4. Douyu Reportedly Raising $145M For Live Streaming Plan

    Avid Live-Streamer: Chinese startup is reportedly raising $145 million to expand in the lucrative market
  5. DOL Rule or Not, There's a New Fiduciary Expectation

    What does the election mean for the new fiduciary standard?
  6. 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.
  1. 18 Do-It-Yourself Projects to Boost Home Value

    These home upgrades can be achieved for surprisingly little money.
  2. Should I Save for Retirement or College Tuition?

    Here's some in help in deciding whether to save more for your kids' college vs. your retirement.
  3. What I Learned During the College Selection Process

    Think about your child's future career path and the various ways to pay for college before deciding.
  4. Lessons from Johnny Depp's Finances to Avoid Going Broke

    Average citizens and celebrities with millions alike need to keep an eye on their finances.
  5. The States with the Worst Student Debt (and Debtors)

    A new study reveals which states have the most indebted borrowers – which have those least likely to pay back their loans ...
  6. Getting a Mortgage While Being a Student

    Imagine leaving dorm life to live in your own home while you're in college. It's possible if you know how to get a mortgage ...
  1. Banks Bag Coveted Saudi Aramco IPO Roles (JPM, MS)

    JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Morgan Stanley (MS) land lucrative roles as lead underwriters on the world’s biggest IPO.
  2. Why Investors Should Stop Watching the Indexes

    Using the Dow Jones or S&P 500 Index as benchmarks for your diversified portfolio causes problems.
  3. Dillard’s, Macy’s Try to Reverse Declines (M, DDS)

    Anchor department stores like Dillard's and Macy's are taking significant steps to curb revenue declines.
  4. Fed Minutes Suggest More Rate Hikes Coming Soon

    Labor market, robust data warrant further rate hikes, Fed says.
  5. Why Is Bitcoin's Value So Volatile?

    Bitcoin's value fluctuates due to a confluence of factors, including media hype and perceived value.
  6. Lowe's, Home Depot Up on Healthy Housing (HD, LOW)

    Home improvement retailers like Home Depot and Lowe's are enjoying strong sales thanks to a recovering housing market.
  1. Banks Bag Coveted Saudi Aramco IPO Roles (JPM, MS)

    JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Morgan Stanley (MS) land lucrative roles as lead underwriters on the world’s biggest IPO.
  2. Far-Right Populism Spreads to the Netherlands

    The success of far-right campaign pledges in the Netherlands offer another reminder of the growing popularity of protectionism ...
  3. Barclays Rises on Expected Earnings, Weak Income (BCS)

    Despite disappointing operating income, Barclays shares are higher thanks to in-line earnings per share.
  4. Major Investors Shift Positions in Apple (AAPL, DE)

    Warren Buffett added to his Apple investment, while Tiger Global and others sold off shares.
  5. 18 Do-It-Yourself Projects to Boost Home Value

    These home upgrades can be achieved for surprisingly little money.
  6. 7 Gentrifying Neighborhoods In Washington, D.C.

    The nation's capitol city is rapidly gentrifying. Here's where.
  1. Banks Bag Coveted Saudi Aramco IPO Roles (JPM, MS)

    JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Morgan Stanley (MS) land lucrative roles as lead underwriters on the world’s biggest IPO.
  2. Far-Right Populism Spreads to the Netherlands

    The success of far-right campaign pledges in the Netherlands offer another reminder of the growing popularity of protectionism ...
  3. Barclays Rises on Expected Earnings, Weak Income (BCS)

    Despite disappointing operating income, Barclays shares are higher thanks to in-line earnings per share.
  4. Major Investors Shift Positions in Apple (AAPL, DE)

    Warren Buffett added to his Apple investment, while Tiger Global and others sold off shares.
  5. Why Investors Are Cooling on the Dow

    Cooling Off: Investors withdrew $2 billion last week from the SPDR Dow Jones ETF, 12.5% of its value
  6. Wall Street Grows Cautious on Bank Stocks (FFIN, CBU)

    Bank shares have surged since the election, prompting concerns these securities are overpriced.
  1. 8 Reasons to Roll Over Your 401(k) to an IRA

    Switching jobs? Moving your retirement savings into an IRA has advantages that may allow you to build a larger nest egg.
  2. Retirement Planning Strategies for Clients in Their 50s

    Here are three ways financial advisors can help 50-somethings plan for retirement.
  3. Should I Save for Retirement or College Tuition?

    Here's some in help in deciding whether to save more for your kids' college vs. your retirement.
  4. Traditional or Roth IRA? One Has an Absolute Benefit

    If you can only use one, invest in an individual retirement account with an immediate tax benefit.
  5. How To Make Your First $1 Million

    It is easier to become a millionaire now than at any time before. While you won't be buying islands, it is still a goal worth ...
  6. What’s Wrong with Target Date Funds?

    Target date funds seem convenient, but you pay for that convenience with fees and other factors.
  1. Two Wal-Mart Numbers are Working Against Each Other (WMT)

    Walmart's online business is trending north, but is it making operating income trend south?
  2. Chipotle Digital Order Wait Time Cut in Half (CMG)

    Chipotle has completed the roll-out of its "Smarter Pickup Times" technology. The tech reduces digital order wait time by ...
  3. Growth of Hybrid Robo-Advisors to Outpace Pure Robos

    A recent study projects hybrid robo-advisors will manage 10% of all investable assets by 2025.
  4. Walmart E-Commerce Intimidating Amazon (WMT, AMZN)

    Walmart is threatening to be a tough e-commerce contender for Amazon.
  5. Why Is Bitcoin's Value So Volatile?

    Bitcoin's value fluctuates due to a confluence of factors, including media hype and perceived value.
  6. Buying a House Remotely: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Buying a home remotely can be a good option for a variety of reasons. The important thing is to find a good real estate agent ...
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