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  1. Are FHA loans fixed?

    Learn more about Federal Housing Authority (FHA) loan programs, the requirements for qualifying and how such loans can be ...
  2. 5 Ways Retirement Planning Differs for the Wealthy

    Here are five ways retirement planning differs for high-net-worth individuals.
  3. Why Is The Star Wars Franchise So Valuable? (DIS)

    There is no doubt that Star Wars was well worth the $4 billion-plus purchase price.
  4. Business Schools with the Highest ROI

    A unique study finds a number of MBA programs that have a better return on investment than the usual list of top-tier schools.
  5. Create a Tax-Efficiency Team With Tax Professionals

    When financial advisors collaborate with tax advisors, the end result is efficient tax mitigation.
  6. 90% of Hedge Funds Are a Bad Investment, Claims Cliffwater Analyst

    Only 1,500 of the 15,000 or so existing hedge funds are worth it, says one critic.
  1. A Day in the Life of a Financial Advisor

    Financial advisors do a lot more than just manage portfolios.
  2. Getting Life Insurance Without a Medical Exam

    Getting life insurance without a medical exam is increasingly possible. Algorithms are the key.
  3. The Taxes That Come With Target-Date Funds

    The tax inefficiency of target-date funds may make them a bad choice outside of a retirement plan.
  4. U.S.-China Trade War May Hurt U.S. Companies Most (TXN, MRVL)

    Nike Shoes in Shanghai: U.S. corporations may suffer most if Trump takes protectionist steps against China
  5. 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 ...
  6. Bank CEOs’ Post-Election Selling Spree (MS, GS)

    Profit Taking: Wall Street executives sold $100 million of their firms' stock as prices soared after the election
  1. Timeless Financial Planning Lessons That Still Make Sense

    These financial planning oldies but goodies still carry some weight.
  2. A Retirement Plan Option for High-Income Doctors

    The 457(b) plan allows high-earning doctors to save more for retirement than the 403(b) plan.
  3. The Benefits of Doing a 30-Day Financial Detox

    Taking 30 days to detox your finances can help reduce spending and increase financial independence.
  4. 5 Ways to Help Your Child Stay on Track Financially

    Here are five ways to help your child stay on track for her future.
  5. True Family Wealth Is Built With These Components

    There is more to building family wealth than financial capital.
  6. The True Value of a Financial Advisor

    Financial advisors do much more than just make investments for their clients.
  1. Watch for a Breakout in These Stocks (MGM, ETSY)

    Following significant price moves, these stocks are currently moving in small price ranges and are poised for another breakout.
  2. 3 Money-Saving Cruise Ship Tips

    Many cruise costs are fixed, but it's the little extras that will put a big dent in your pocketbook.
  3. Scalping: Small Quick Profits Can Add Up

    We look at different styles of scalping, and how they can all be very profitable.
  4. Advanced Candlestick Patterns

    Go beyond the basics! Learn to identify and trade island reversals, kicker patterns and more.
  5. Stocks Mixed as Political Risk Rises (SPY, DIA)

    The major stock market indexes were mixed this week. (SPY,DIA,IWM,QQQ)
  6. This New Social Network is Powered by Ethereum Technology

    A new social media network allows you to reward good posts with money, using Ethereum technology
  1. 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 ...
  2. Buying a House Remotely: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Buying a home remotely can be a good option for a variety of reasons. The important thing is to find a good real estate agent ...
  3. Sustainability Gives Work and Investing Purpose

    Make a difference by investing in sustainability or creating a sustainable business.
  4. Socially Responsible Investing Continues to Grow

    Whatever term you use to describe it, socially responsible investing continues to rise in the U.S.
  5. Will the Stock Market Continue to Rise?

    It's important to look at several factors when determining if the stock market will keep rising.
  6. What Could Steve Mnuchin Mean for Gold Prices?

    As Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin could have a big effect on the price of gold.
  1. BrainStorm Seeks ALS Drug Nod In Canada (BCLI)

    BrainStorm is seeking early approval in Canada for its ALS drug.
  2. Roche Lung Cancer Drug Alecensa Gets EU Nod (RHHBY)

    Roche’s Alecensa adds the large EU market for non-small cell lung cancer treatment.
  3. Momenta's Supply Partner Gets FDA Warning (MNTA)

    The warning will delay FDA approval of Momenta's 40-mg multiple sclerosis drug Glatopa.
  4. Qualcomm Calls KFTC Lawsuit Unfair, Citing Samsung

    Company may now cite Samsung's possible undue influence over the Korea Fair Trade Commission.
  5. Pass On Wal-Mart After Earnings (WMT, AMZN)

    Wal-Mart is trading at a 2-month high after a well-received fourth-quarter earnings report but faces a buzz-saw of resistance ...
  6. Revised Deal: Verizon to Pay $350M Less for Yahoo

    Verizon and Yahoo agreed to revised deal terms in which Verizon will pay $350 million less.
  1. Think You Don't Need to Keep up With Technology?

    Financial planning clients of all ages need to be able to communicate in the modern world.
  2. 5 Things I Wish I Told My Dad About Finances

    It's hard to overstate the importance of preparing financially for a loss of cognitive abilities.
  3. 5 Reasons Your Credit Score Matters in Retirement

    Don't let your credit score go to hell, just because you're no longer employed full-time. Here are a quintet of reasons why.
  4. When Maxing Out Your 401(k) Isn't a Good Idea

    Maxing out your 401(k) is a great accomplishment, but not always the best thing to do. Here are three times when it doesn't ...
  5. Why the DOL Fiduciary Rule Should Matter to You

    The Department of Labor (DOL) is trying to change how financial advice is delivered to consumers.
  6. 5 Tips That Will Help Your Finances in 2017

    Here's how to review your financial situation and how to make smart moves for the next year.
  1. Dorsey Lays Out 2017 Focus for Twitter, Square

    The founder and CEO of asks users what they hope to see the platforms 'improve or create' in 2017.
  2. How Square Inc. Transformed in 2016

    Jack Dorsey's fintech platform saw rapid growth in Square Capital and with larger sellers.
  3. Here's Why NVIDIA Dropped -- and Why Not to Worry

    There's no denying that NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) has been one of 2016's darling stocks. Despite a nearly 7% drop in value to ...
  4. Facebook's 2016: A Year in Review (FB, AAPL)

    Facebook's 2016 was plagued by the polarizing topic of fake news as well as slowing ad revenue growth.
  5. Baidu and KFC Launch New 'Smart Restaurant'

    The 'Google of China' teams with the fried-chicken chain in an AI-driven venture in Beijing.
  6. Why Snapchat Quietly Acquired an Israeli Startup

    In anticipation of its IPO, Snap Inc. has spent hundreds of millions acquiring smaller startups.
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