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  1. Terri Kallsen: Inside Track

    Terri Kallsen shares her journey from the classroom to leading Investor Services for Charles Schwab.
  2. Peter Thiel Has New Zealand Citizenship Says Report (FB)

    The controversial investor and Trump advisor seems to have taken a liking to the island country.
  3. ResMed Reports Q2 Profit of $76.7M (RMD)

    ResMed on Monday released second-quarter revenue earnings of $530.4 million, which was an increase of 17 percent from the ...
  4. What Is the Value of an Academy Award?

    How much is an Academy Awards' Oscar statue worth? Less than you think.
  5. StashInvest

    StashInvest wants to break the mold of traditional investment companies and brokers and make investing accessible to everyone.
  6. 4 Steps to Building a Profitable Portfolio

    This is a step-by-step approach to determining, achieving and maintaining optimal asset allocation.
  1. How Tech is Changing Alternative Investments

    Here's what you should know about the digitization of the alternative investment industry.
  2. A Perspective on the End of the Fiduciary Rule

    Opponents of the fiduciary rule say it will make advice too expensive for smaller investors.
  3. The Trump Financial Euphoria: Fantasy vs. Reality

    It remains to be seen how Trump's election will ultimately affect the global and financial markets.
  4. Manufacturers Defy Trump, Move Jobs to Mexico

    Caterpillar is among the companies moving jobs to Mexico despite opposition from President Trump
  5. The Best Blogs for Financial Advisors to Read in 2017

    These finance blogs are must reads for financial advisors.
  6. Preparing For a Career as a Portfolio Manager

    Find out what it takes to win a spot in one of the most coveted financial careers.
  1. Mortgage

    A debt instrument, secured by the collateral of specified real estate property, that the borrower is obliged to pay back ...
  2. 4 Risky Moves People Are Making to Buy a Home

    A new study from Owners.com suggests that Americans may be willing to make some risky moves to buy a home in 2017. Here are ...
  3. 9 Gentrifying Neighborhoods in the Bay Area

    There are a number of gentrifying neighborhoods in the Bay Area, which is home to some of the highest rents and home prices ...
  4. Timeshares: Dream Vacation or Money Pit?

    This popular real estate product has its advantages, but don't expect to make a profit.
  5. 5 Things Debt Collectors Are Forbidden To Do

    You may owe money, but you still have rights. Know what's illegal.
  6. Should You Let Turbo Tax Share Your Data?

    Should you let TurboTax share your data? Possible reward: great deals on student loan refinancing. But there are issues.
  1. These REITS Continue to Perform Strongly (CIM, MFA)

    These REITs are offering great yields, attractive P/E ratios and strong price momentum to the upside.
  2. Chart of the Week: The Relationship Between Tax Reform and the Reflation Trade

    Richard explains what U.S. corporate tax reform could mean for the reflationary environment already in place before last ...
  3. Implied Volatility: Buy Low and Sell High

    This value is an essential ingredient in the option pricing recipe.
  4. Burger King’s Adults Meal Includes Sexy Toy (QSR)

    Burger King gets spicy with Adult Meal toy for Valentine's Day.
  5. Should Investors Worry about Marine Le Pen?

    The far-right candidate’s growing chance of victory at this year’s French presidential election could spur some interesting ...
  6. Macy's vs. Sears: 2 Beleaguered Retailers (M, SHLD)

    Macy's low price tag could make it an attractive acquisition target, Barron's suggests.
  1. Barclays Rises on Expected Earnings, Weak Income (BCS)

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

    Warren Buffett added to his Apple investment, while Tiger Global and others sold off shares.
  3. 18 Do-It-Yourself Projects to Boost Home Value

    These home upgrades can be achieved for surprisingly little money.
  4. 7 Gentrifying Neighborhoods In Washington, D.C.

    The nation's capitol city is rapidly gentrifying. Here's where.
  5. How to Manage Risk With Bonds in Your Portfolio

    Bonds are not immune to risk, so be sure to diversify your portfolio with proper asset allocation.
  6. Why Investors Should Stop Watching the Indexes

    Using the Dow Jones or S&P 500 Index as benchmarks for your diversified portfolio causes problems.
  1. A Look at Solar Energy Earnings

    Shares of First Solar and SunPower went on a roller coaster ride in wake of latest reports.
  2. Whiting 4Q Results Show Investment in Future (WLL)

    Whiting posted a 4Q loss, but ambitious debt and capex programs the pave way for a better future.
  3. Automakers Ask New EPA Chief for Leniency (GM, F)

    Automakers seek to capitalize on President Trump’s indifference to fuel efficiency by asking the EPA’s new chief to overturn ...
  4. General Mills, Mondelez Eye 'Wellness' Millennials

    After Kraft Heinz shook the industry with a bid for Unilever, market leaders expand wellness focus.
  5. Apple's Spaceship Campus Will Be Called Apple Park (AAPL)

    Apple's new campus features the world's largest curved glass panel and runs entirely on solar energy.
  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. How to Mess Up Retirement and Not Even Know It

    If you’re putting in the work to build your retirement, don't mess it up with costly mistakes.
  2. Best Investment Accounts for Young Investors

    What are the best investment accounts for young investors? A few types to consider.
  3. What You Should Know About IRA Beneficiaries: Part 1

    It's important to give serious consideration to your IRA beneficiary designations.
  4. What Divorcees Should Know About New Social Security Rules

    The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 has changed the way ex-spouses can claim Social Security benefits.
  5. Establishing a Financial Caretaker for Old Age

    Use these steps to have a financial caretaker in place before you really need one.
  6. Will You Pay Social Security Taxes After Retirement?

    Social Security taxes are paid regardless of age, but paying taxes on SSA benefits depends on MAGI.
  1. How Cloud Computing Can Benefit Fintech Companies

    The cloud is growing more secure, allowing fintech companies to better manage their businesses and serve their customers. ...
  2. Trump, Healthcare and Insurers: What Comes Next

    Here's how Donald Trump's plans to radically overhaul health insurance could impact insurance firms.
  3. Amazon Earnings Puts Spotlight on Retail ETFs

    Amazon comprises a big part of FDN, XLY and RTH, making the e-commerce giant's earnings a significant event for these ETFs.
  4. What Robo-Advisors Can and Can't Do for Investors

    Despite their technological sophistication, there are limitations to what robo-advisors can do.
  5. Darknet Market (Cryptomarket)

    Darknet markets, or cryptomarkets, are dark web sites with goods for sale.
  6. Disaster Recovery Site

    A disaster recovery site, also known as a backup site, is a place that a company can temporarily relocate to following a ...
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