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  1. What Are the Pros and Cons of Online Checking Accounts?

    Learn about the ways an online checking account can save you time and money, but understand the drawbacks before signing ...
  2. Great (Financial) Gifts For Kids This Christmas

    Parents, grandparents and other interested adults can give financial gifts to children that can help secure their futures, ...
  3. Investors Managing More Than $10 Billion Have an Advantage

    A report from Ernst & Young reveals some of the many reasons large money managers are outpacing their smaller rivals.
  4. Is This the Best Time to Start a Donor Advised Fund?

    With possible changes to taxes looming next year, 2016 may be the time to start a donor-advised fund.
  5. How Is Income Taxed Differently Than Wealth?

    Simply having income does not mean that you also have significant wealth.
  6. Anticipating Trump: How to Adjust Tax Planning Now

    President-elect Trump's proposed tax plan means your tax situation could change next year. What to do now.
  1. How Bond Investors May Propel the Dow Higher

    Profit Signs: the Dow's return since 2009 is eight times better than Treasuries - so bond investors are switching
  2. Top 3 ETFs for Investing in Water (PHO, CGW)

    It may be time to look at a scarce commodity that isn’t getting the investor attention it deserves.
  3. DOL Fiduciary Rule: Everything You Need to Know

    The Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule is a new ruling that expands the “investment advice fiduciary” definition under the ...
  4. How the Best Interest Contract Works

    Here is how the Best Interest Contract works and when it is needed under the new fiduciary rule.
  5. Chipotle: A Long List of Issues Means Significant Downside (CMG)

    The longer Chipotle denies reality, the harder it becomes to actually fix the business.
  6. Barclays Black Swans for Markets in 2017

    North Korea Nuclear Risk: Barclays sees 13 major events that could disrupt the markets this year
  1. Why You Can Get Some (Not All) Pickups: The 'Chicken Tax' (F, GM)

    Talk at this month's Detroit Auto Show talk focused on how the "chicken tax" keeps foreign-made trucks out of the U.S.
  2. Optimism Mounts for Upcoming U.S. Bancorp Earnings (USB, KRE)

    U.S. Bancorp is expected to see surging mortgage activity, higher income and more demand for loans.
  3. Varco Fined $25M for Export Violations (NOV)

    Oilfield services provider National Oilwell Varco settled a lawsuit with the Department of Commerce for $25 million.
  4. Are Student Loans Amortized?

    Student loans typically get paid back over time on a fixed payment, or amortized, schedule.
  5. 6 Months to a Better Budget

    Can you have perfect abs in just six minutes a day? Maybe not, but you can have a rock-solid budget in six months.
  6. Got a Good Mortgage Rate? Lock It Up!

    Rising rates mean rising profits for lenders, providing incentive to increase rates whenever possible.
  1. Amgen Set to Test Two-year Range Resistance (AMGN, IBB)

    Amgen has posted a 2-month bullish island reversal this week, setting the stage for its seventh assault on range resistance ...
  2. Wells-Fargo Mea Culpa Could Send Stock Flying (WFC)

    Wells-Fargo is likely to play catch up with high flying rivals when market players believe the fake account scandal has finally ...
  3. Mall Anchors Back in Virulent Downtrends (M, KSS)

    Surprisingly weak Kohl's and Macy's holiday sales results reinstate steep brick and mortar downtrends that could last into ...
  4. Penny Stocks to Watch for January 2017

    These five penny stocks trading on U.S. public exchanges could gain substantial ground in January 2017 and the coming months.
  5. Bitcoin Nears All-Time High, Then Crashes

    When the yuan goes up, bitcoin goes down.
  6. Chipotle Ripe for a January Effect Rally (CMG, MCD)

    A Wedbush upgrade could mark the opening shot in a Chipotle Mexican Grill recovery rally that exceeds analyst and management ...
  1. 5 Hardest Countries For Getting Citizenship

    The United States is one of five countries that put up very high barriers for foreigners to get citizenship. Here's how it ...
  2. What is the difference between the rule of 70 and the rule of 72?

    Find out more about the rule of 70 and the rule of 72, what the two rules measure and the main difference between them.
  3. A Look Beyond the Stock Market Reactions to Trump

    With averages near historic highs, a future bear market could be good news for some investors.
  4. What to Do With Sentimental Stocks in Your Portfolio

    Holding on to single stocks that have sentimental value may cost you in the long run.
  5. Private Equity Deals Leading M&A Wave in Japan

    Sumo Wrestlers: Private equity firms are now heavyweight dealmakers in Japan
  6. Theranos Saga Continues, Closes Last Blood Lab (WBA)

    Once the darling of Silicon Valley, Theranos recently closed its last blood lab and cut its staff.
  1. Jefferies Initiates Coverage of Palo Alto Networks

    Analyst John DiFucci indicates a bullish outlook on the PANW's long-term potential.
  2. Airbus CEO Eyes Flying Car in 2017 (EADSY)

    Tom Enders, CEO of aerospace company Airbus Group SE, said the business could unveil a test version of a self-piloted flying ...
  3. FTC's Qualcomm Lawsuit May End Before it Begins

    The suit against Qualcomm will likely come to an abrupt halt under the Trump Administration.
  4. Corning Shows ‘Cool, Connected Car’ of the Future

    The high-tech glass maker boasts new 3D shape at a 2D cost, banking on demand for next-gen tech.
  5. Yellen: Fed to Tighten “A Few Times Per Year” Through 2019

    Fed Chair Yellen sees a "few hikes a year" to rates through 2019; FOMC minutes suggest December rate hike was in part reaction ...
  6. Yes, a Strong Dollar Can Hurt Pfizer (PFE)

    Today the Financial Times reported that Pfizer (and by implication other pharmaceutical companies) may be impacted by a strong ...
  1. 5 Ways to Get Out of Debt Without Sacrificing Your Retirement Savings

    Getting out of debt and saving for retirement doesn't have to be a choice. There are ways to do both.
  2. What Retirement Will Look Like Without Savings

    Everyone knows they should save for retirement but many don't do it at all. But retirement without savings isn't pretty. ...
  3. How to Transition Investments to Retirement Years

    Approaching the transition to retirement isn't a sprint—it's a journey of strategic thinking.
  4. Who Commits Financial Crimes Against the Elderly?

    Financial elder abuse is a growing problem in the U.S. as more people move into old age.
  5. Retirement: The One Thing Couples Shouldn't Do Together

    Staggering retirement can have both financial and emotional benefits for married couples.
  6. The Income Property: Your Late-In-Life Retirement Plan

    You're nearing retirement age and you don't have the nest egg you need. Here's how an income property can help you make up ...
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