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  1. The U.S. Adds 1,700 Millionaires Per Day: Study

    There are about 1,700 millionaires being made each day in the U.S., a new study shows.
  2. The Youngest Self-Made Billionaire? Stripe's John Collison

    Collison, who founded the payments company with his older brother Patrick, is worth about $1.1 billion.
  3. How Currency Fluctuations Impacted 2016 Wealth

    These countries were impacted the most by currency swings.
  4. The Richest and Poorest Countries Per Capita in 2016

    The United States only comes in third for the highest wealth per adult.
  5. Estate Planning for Beginners: Part Three

    A primary purpose of most trusts is to provide a timetable for the distributions of assets where an outright distribution ...
  6. Confidence of America's Rich Grows Following Trump Win

    Wealthy investors are much more optimistic about the economy, the future of healthcare and national security following Trump's ...
  1. Trump: Retail’s Reagan Revolution? (TJX, FTL)

    Presidential charisma: some investors in retail stocks see the Reagan Revolution in President-Elect Trump's corporate tax ...
  2. Top 5 Companies in Telemedicine

    Telemedicine companies are seeing a surge in popularity.
  3. Seniors See the End of Social Security File and Suspend as a Benefit Cut

    Many seniors see the end of two Social Security claiming strategy loopholes as unnecessary benefit cuts.
  4. How Insurers Can Benefit From Smart Technology

    Smart technology promises to bring major change to the way that insurers monitor and protect their customers.
  5. Advisors: 5 Things Your Blog Must Get Right

    What makes good content for financial advisor blogs? Here are some tips for turning out quality and engaging words.
  6. Why the Best Bet Is to Be Ready for the Fiduciary Rule

    Despite the opposition it faces, advisors should still plan to comply with the fiduciary rule. Here's why.
  1. Social Security Fraud: What Is It Costing Taxpayers?

    Taxpayers lose billions of dollars every year, according to Social Security fraud statistics. What to look for.
  2. ‘Glorified Secretary’ Takes Citigroup to Court (C)

    A former broker filed a complaint against Citigroup for allegedly reducing privileged trading powers because of her gender ...
  3. Mortgage Choice: Quicken Loans Vs. Your Local Bank

    Online mortgage lender Quicken Loans has become known for its convenience and customer service. But brick-and-mortar banks ...
  4. How Fintech Advances Are Improving Finance for All

    Financial technology companies have changed the landscape for the way we manage our financial lives. Here's what to expect ...
  5. Donald Trump's Conflicts of Interest

    Separating Trump's business and politics isn't as easy as passing control to his kids, argues Investopedia's Aaron Hankin. ...
  6. This Is the Biggest Risk to Your Retirement

    Many retirees have defined risk incorrectly, and are currently exposing themselves to the greatest risk of all, which is ...
  1. The Week Ahead: December 5-9, 2016

    Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigns as voters reject referendum.
  2. Enterprise Drops Despite Strong Fundamentals (EPD)

    EPD has been in a downward trend since July. As other energy stocks rose on news of OPEC’s agreement to cap production, EPD ...
  3. Rising Oil Prices Are Lifting Atwood Stock (ATW)

    Offshore drillers have suffered the most from depressed oil prices. Will rising prices rescue ATW?
  4. Stocks Give Up Some Gains as Traders Lock in Profit (SPY, DIA)

    The major market indexes moved significantly lower over the past week.
  5. Groupon Heading for a Relapse After Strong 2016 (GRPN)

    Shares of Groupon are up 21% year-to-date, but a technical and fundamental breakdown of late points to increased downside ...
  6. Investors Mull Buying EOG Resources Stock (EOG)

    EOG seems to be maintaining its breakout, so investors who want in could buy in on the dips.
  1. Oracle Trades Below 200-Day Moving Average (ORCL)

    Following its acquisition of cloud-computing giant NetSuite Inc., Oracle stock has fallen below a key technical metric that ...
  2. There Is Nothing Wrong With Starbucks (SBUX)

    A departing CEO and being vocal on political issues has not (and will not) affect the company in the long run.
  3. Can This Chinese Search Giant Rebound? (BIDU)

    After two major scandals rocked Chinese search giant Baidu in 2016, the stock is trading at an attractive level compared ...
  4. Smartwatches Dip as Fitbit Pursues Pebble (FIT)

    IDC found that sales of wearable fitness devices climbed in the third quarter, but smartwatches are seeing a decline in demand. ...
  5. California Resources Loses Favor With Hedge Funds (CRC)

    CRC is still held by some big players in the hedge fund sector, but it has been abandoned by a significant number of hedge ...
  6. Arista Downgraded by Morgan Stanley (CSCO, ANET)

    Analysts say market share gains won by the networking hardware firm against rival Cisco have already been reflected in the ...
  1. Smartwatches Dip as Fitbit Pursues Pebble (FIT)

    IDC found that sales of wearable fitness devices climbed in the third quarter, but smartwatches are seeing a decline in demand. ...
  2. Arista Downgraded by Morgan Stanley (CSCO, ANET)

    Analysts say market share gains won by the networking hardware firm against rival Cisco have already been reflected in the ...
  3. Celgene, Acceleron Target Blood Disorder (CELG, XLRN)

    Acceleron and Celgene are launching an ambitious trial to find a cure for a cancer-like blood disorder that will eliminate ...
  4. ‘Glorified Secretary’ Takes Citigroup to Court (C)

    A former broker filed a complaint against Citigroup for allegedly reducing privileged trading powers because of her gender ...
  5. Movie Threatre Stocks Recover (AMC, RGC)

    Movie theater stocks are bouncing after a difficult week, despite a drop in sales at theox office.
  6. Corning Expands in Clean-Auto Tech (GLW)

    The high-tech glass specialist says new auto emissions standards in China and Europe will drive demand for the firm's filter ...
  1. Top 401(k) Mistakes That Hurt Your Retirement Savings

    Avoid these 401(k) blunders and you just might make it to retirement with more money.
  2. Will Your Power of Attorney Leave You Penniless?

    Most people don't realize what they agreed to when they signed a power of attorney, and are blissfully unaware of the possible ...
  3. The Best Retirement Plans for Millennials

    Retirement is decades away, but if you make yourself start saving even a little now, all that time can make your money grow ...
  4. Retirement and Depression: 6 Ways to Overcome It

    The secret to avoiding depression in retirement is to replace the social connections, steady routine and sense of purpose ...
  5. Why Future Retirees Will Need Over $1 Million to Retire

    The answer in one word: inflation.
  6. Seniors See the End of Social Security File and Suspend as a Benefit Cut

    Many seniors see the end of two Social Security claiming strategy loopholes as unnecessary benefit cuts.
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