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  1. 3 Often Overlooked Areas of Financial Risk

    Here are three areas of risk many successful executives often overlook.
  2. Retirement: Saving First Million Is the Hardest

    Once retirement savings reach $1 million, building wealth becomes much easier. Here's why.
  3. 7 Financial Lessons to Master by the Time You're 30

    Once you hit your 30s, it is time to get serious about your finances and money skills. Here are the top money lessons you ...
  4. 4 Best Personal Finance Apps as of July 2017

    Managing your money and hitting your financial goals has never been easier with these top personal finance apps.
  5. 9 Ways to Make Money with Passive Income

    It's not easy in the beginning, but you can generate passive income that increases with time.
  6. Advisors Share Their Favorite Tech Tools

    Three financial advisors share their favorite software and platforms for managing clients' portfolios and other financial ...
  1. Advisors: Retiring and Handing off to the Next Generation

    The average age of a financial advisor is 50, which means succession issues are on the horizon.
  2. Tech Sector Breakout Continues, but Stocks Are Mixed

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  3. Student Loan Interest Deduction

    Student Loan Interest Deduction is a tax deduction for interest paid on higher education loans during the tax year in the ...
  4. Visa Stock Hits $100 but Fails to Break Out From Resistance

    Visa shares reached $100 for the first time, but with 28% year-to-date performance, there are signs of hesitation among traders.
  5. eBay Stock Falls to Support After Mediocre Quarter

    eBay stock fell after a lackluster quarter, but the overall trend is bullish as long as it stays above key support.
  6. Anthony Scaramucci

    A look at the career and political background of Trump advisor and White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.
  1. Advisors: Retiring and Handing off to the Next Generation

    The average age of a financial advisor is 50, which means succession issues are on the horizon.
  2. Why Morgan Stanley Stock Is Crushing Goldman Sachs

    Goldman Sachs is ceding its status as Wall Street's leader to Morgan Stanley.
  3. Find the Best Senior Discounts

    First, Social Security rose a measly 0.3%. Now, the national parks lifetime pass is going up 8 times. Yet another reason ...
  4. Student Loan Interest Deduction

    Student Loan Interest Deduction is a tax deduction for interest paid on higher education loans during the tax year in the ...
  5. Women in Finance

    Investopedia speaks with some of the leading women in finance, covering their careers, influences and lessons learned along ...
  6. Buying an Advisory Practice? These Tips Will Help You Get it Right

    Before purchasing a financial advisory practice, ensure due diligence is done and that you understand the business and culture ...
  1. Tech Sector Breakout Continues, but Stocks Are Mixed

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  2. Visa Stock Hits $100 but Fails to Break Out From Resistance

    Visa shares reached $100 for the first time, but with 28% year-to-date performance, there are signs of hesitation among traders.
  3. eBay Stock Falls to Support After Mediocre Quarter

    eBay stock fell after a lackluster quarter, but the overall trend is bullish as long as it stays above key support.
  4. Dollar Slumps Anew, World Stock Rally Stalls

    The U.S. dollar sank to its lowest in more than a year against key world currencies on Friday as investors assessed comments ...
  5. Microsoft Price Levels to Watch After Earnings

    Microsoft stock sold off after strong quarterly results, but low volatility should keep a lid on selling pressure if the ...
  6. Small Cap Stocks Are at Risk of a Pullback

    The iShares Russell 2000 ETF looks to be bumping up against some upward resistance.
  1. Activist Hedge Funds Pull Hard on the M&A Lever

    Of all the demands that activist hedge funds make, one has emerged as a clear favorite over the past year: asking the management ...
  2. Activist Investor Sandell Presses for Barnes & Noble Sale - WSJ

    Activist investor Sandell Asset Management Corp wants Barnes & Noble to try to sell itself again, saying the bookstore ...
  3. Chipotle Stock Breaks Down From Key Support

    Chipotle shares broke down, but the stock could see some relief near these key trendline support levels.
  4. Fitbit Stock Moves Toward Support as Wearables Waver

    Fitbit shares are losing momentum and could be at risk of breaking down from critical trendline support.
  5. After $50 Bln Deal Spree, China's HNA Moves to Clear Ownership Concerns

    Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has pushed back against media reports that it faces mounting pressure from bankers and regulators, ...
  6. Wells Fargo Asks Court to Require Client Information Be Returned

    Wells Fargo & Co has asked judges in New York and New Jersey to require a lawyer representing a former employee to immediately ...
  1. Activist Hedge Funds Pull Hard on the M&A Lever

    Of all the demands that activist hedge funds make, one has emerged as a clear favorite over the past year: asking the management ...
  2. Activist Investor Sandell Presses for Barnes & Noble Sale - WSJ

    Activist investor Sandell Asset Management Corp wants Barnes & Noble to try to sell itself again, saying the bookstore ...
  3. Chipotle Stock Breaks Down From Key Support

    Chipotle shares broke down, but the stock could see some relief near these key trendline support levels.
  4. Fitbit Stock Moves Toward Support as Wearables Waver

    Fitbit shares are losing momentum and could be at risk of breaking down from critical trendline support.
  5. After $50 Bln Deal Spree, China's HNA Moves to Clear Ownership Concerns

    Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has pushed back against media reports that it faces mounting pressure from bankers and regulators, ...
  6. Wells Fargo Asks Court to Require Client Information Be Returned

    Wells Fargo & Co has asked judges in New York and New Jersey to require a lawyer representing a former employee to immediately ...
  1. How Speeding Can Destroy Your Retirement Dreams

    Trying to play catch up by investing aggressively in a 401(k) is likely to do more harm than good.
  2. Find the Best Senior Discounts

    First, Social Security rose a measly 0.3%. Now, the national parks lifetime pass is going up 8 times. Yet another reason ...
  3. Tips for Advisors Who Retire & Sell Their Practice

    Many financial advisors are leading a practice without ideas about how it will continue after they retire. Here are a few ...
  4. Top Retirement Strategies for Government Employees

    Government employees don't receive Social Security and 401(k)s for their government work. Learn about other tools to plan ...
  5. Don't Miss This Retirement Tax-Saving Window

    Many retirement planners view the years between age 59½ and 70½ as a “sweet spot” for their clients’ taxes. Here’s why and ...
  6. 7 Retirement Activities That Are Affordable

    Learn about seven fun and stimulating retirement activities that cost little or no money but may even provide opportunities ...
  1. Biogen Earnings Preview: Analysis

    Revenue and earnings probably declined in the latest quarter
  2. Ripple Finishes Second Quarter Up 4,000% YTD

    Ripple has quickly ascended the ranks of cryptocurrencies to become a legitimate rival to Bitcoin's throne.
  3. Blue Apron Stock Surges on Analyst Recommendations

    Seven out of 12 analysts covering Blue Apron stock gave it a positive rating.
  4. Alphabet Bull-Bear Battle Lines Drawn at $1,000

    Alphabet stock is within 10 points of $1,000 ahead of Monday's earnings report, with tailwinds favoring even higher prices.
  5. Alphabet Earnings May Hit Brakes This Quarter

    The conglomerate's EU fine and problems with advertisers will be on investors' minds as it reports earnings after the market ...
  6. Ripple Is Emerging as a Stable and Trusted Cryptocurrency

    Ripple is the third-biggest cryptocurrency​ in terms of market capitalization and has performed extremely well during 2017. ...
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