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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. Is Your Bank Pushing You Into the Wrong Products?

    Recent reports of questionable selling practices at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. underscore the need for banking customers ...
  2. Global Trade Outlook Clouded by Policy Uncertainty

    The World Bank says global trade and economic growth are still struggling
  3. Fed Sees Disconnect Between Volatility and Market

    Fed officials say low VIX levels fail to capture the uncertain outlook for Trump's policies
  4. 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.
  5. Retirement Planning Strategies for Clients in Their 50s

    Here are three ways financial advisors can help 50-somethings plan for retirement.
  6. 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
  1. Delinquent

    The failure to accomplish what is required by law or duty, such as the failure to make a required payment or to perform a ...
  2. Home Mortgage

    A home mortgage is a loan given by a bank, mortgage company or other financial institution for the purchase of a primary ...
  3. 8 Essential Four-Letter Words for Financial Health

    By embracing these four-letter words, you can take steps to improve your financial health.
  4. 7 Courses Finance Students Should Take

    These college classes will help you prepare for the working world. Learn how to stand out from your peers.
  5. Quit Your Job To Trade Stocks?

    Ready to quit your day job and become a full-time trader? These tips will help you determine your area of expertise.
  6. Is Your Bank Pushing You Into the Wrong Products?

    Recent reports of questionable selling practices at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. underscore the need for banking customers ...
  1. Stocks Mixed as Valuation Concerns Linger

    The major U.S. stock indexes and international stock indexes were mixed over the past week.
  2. The Aerospace Industry Supercycle Is Losing Altitude (BA, GE)

    Sluggish economic growth, low oil prices, dollar strength and higher interest rate together suggest the aerospace supercycle ...
  3. What Has Happened to the Peso Since the Election?

    Mexico's central bank announced plans to offer $20 billion in hedges on its currency.
  4. Creditor

    A creditor is an entity that extends credit by giving another entity permission to borrow money if it is paid back at a later ...
  5. Nvidia on Verge of Major Breakdown (NVDA)

    Nvidia may have broken down from a double top pattern and could enter a major correction that targets the low-70s. (NVDA)
  6. Weekly Update on Commodity ETFs (USO, UGAZ)

    A continued decline in natural gas is driving UNG lower, but oil is ending the week on a high note.
  1. Strong Earnings Lift These Two Consumer Goods Cos.

    Kimberly Clark and Clorox rally on quarterly earnings reports that surpassed estimates.
  2. Twitter CEO Made $7M Stock Purchase This Month

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey bought shares of the social network earlier this month, despite a poor Q4.
  3. Foot Locker Sets Confident Tone (FL, DSW)

    Foot Locker's better-than-expected quarterly results are driving investor interest in other footwear retailers.
  4. DISH, EchoStar Posts Q4 EPS That Beats Views

    DISH Networks and EchoStar posted earnings that beat views, signaling possible M&A action.
  5. Tobacco Giants Push New ‘Alternative Products’

    As many quit cigarettes, firms such as BAT are creating new products 'across the harm spectrum.'
  6. Samsung Unit to Invest $2.5B More In Vietnam

    Samsung Electronics got a license for its display unit to invest more in Vietnam to up production.
  1. Samsung Unit to Invest $2.5B More In Vietnam

    Samsung Electronics got a license for its display unit to invest more in Vietnam to up production.
  2. HPE Plummets on Steep Revenue Miss, Weak Outlook

    Since 2015, HPE's shares have seen a 10% sales decline YOY while HP Inc.'s stock surges.
  3. EOG Resources Stock at Critical Juncture (EOG)

    EOG has declined since its early-December breakout, and has given back all of its gains.
  4. Trans Mountain Pipeline Advances Amid Resistance (KMI)

    Kinder Morgan began informing affected landowners of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion plan.
  5. Cisco Ex-CEO Addresses Trump Era's Looser Rules

    John Chambers highlights the importance of deregulation and tax reform for the startup sector.
  6. Why BlackRock and Fidelity Are Betting on Brazil

    Oil Drilling: Brazil, the world's hottest stock market, could rise even higher
  1. 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.
  2. 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 ...
  3. What’s Wrong with Target Date Funds?

    Target date funds seem convenient, but you pay for that convenience with fees and other factors.
  4. Why You Need to Budget and Self-Fund Retirement

    Make retirement savings a priority because costs are rising and Social Security won't be enough.
  5. The Benefits of Qualified Longevity Annuity Contracts

    Qualified longevity annuity contracts provide guaranteed retirement income starting on a set date.
  6. Planning Your Second Career

    How to find a second career if you want to do more than retire in your later years.
  1. Wealthsimple

    In a few short years, Wealthsimple conquered the robo-advisor arena in Canada. It's now taking on U.S. millennial investors.
  2. How to Start Investing With Just $100

    Robo-advising is a good way to start investing and take advantage of compounding interest.
  3. Quantitative Trading: Is It For You?

    Quantitative trading is a trading strategy based on mathematical computations.
  4. Open Banking

    Open Banking is a system that provides a user with a network of financial institutions’ data through the use of application ...
  5. Honeypot

    A honeypot is a security measure used to prevent and dismantle cyberattacks by luring attackers to a specific area of a computer ...
  6. Drone Air Traffic Control Start-Up AirMap Raises $26 Million (MSFT, QCOM)

    A company that promises to tackle drone air traffic congestion attracts big name investors.
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