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  1. Vacation Home or Income-Producing Investment?

    There is an alternative to letting your cottage sit empty all year, but turning a profit won't be easy.
  2. 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.
  3. Should You Pay All Cash For Your Next Home?

    Pay cash only for a home? Here are the pros and cons.
  4. 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.
  5. Credit Suisse Offers Brighter Outlook on Europe (CS, XLF)

    Credit Suisse lures more wealthy European clients with alternative strategies to combat political risks.
  6. 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.
  1. Startup China Rapid Finance Poised for U.S. IPO

    Ready Cash: The peer-to-peer lender plans to use its IPO to expand in China
  2. Robinhood

    Robinhood wants to level the financial markets playing field with its free stock and ETF trading platform.
  3. How Much Millennials Should Save to Retire Comfortably

    Millennials may not be worrying about retirement just yet, but they should be thinking about how much they'll need to save ...
  4. Retirement Savings Strategies for Clients in Their 40s

    Here are five ways 40-somethings can plan ahead for retirement.
  5. Earnings Winners: Ten Stocks That May Outperform

    Big Upside: these stocks beat both earnings and revenue estimates
  6. Why Don’t Regulators Check All Broker Dealers?

    Reports indicate that there is a growing need for increased supervision of brokers.
  1. Gen X: Can Your House Cost You Your Retirement?

    If you're in Generation X and thinking about retirement, be sure to review your housing expenses.
  2. The Most Important Component of True Family Wealth

    The most important component in family wealth comes from people, and it has to be nurtured.
  3. The Jobs with the Biggest Raises

    Which are the jobs with the biggest raises? And how high are their salaries?
  4. Why Advisors Say Debt Isn’t Always a Bad Thing

    When managed properly, debt can be used to achieve a higher overall rate of return.
  5. Can You Control Your Financial Well-Being?

    Some parts of your financial well-being are out of your control, focus on the parts you can control.
  6. Don't Lose out on Equity Compensation When You Retire

    Equity compensation can be a lucrative benefit that shouldn't be overlooked at retirement.
  1. Build-A-Bear Sees Mall Traffic Declines (BBW, HAS)

    Build-A-Bear's unique in-store experience is not enough to counter dwindling mall traffic trends.
  2. Emotional Trading in Shares of NVDA (NVDA)

    Is it investor or trader behavior that is moving the stock into such severe swings?
  3. What to Do With the Dow's Underperformers (XOM, KO)

    These three stocks have underperformed the S&P 500 drastically over the last year. Here's their outlook going forward.
  4. Foot Locker Sets Confident Tone (FL, DSW)

    Foot Locker's better-than-expected quarterly results are driving investor interest in other footwear retailers.
  5. RBC Could Sell Asia Wealth Businesses (RY)

    Royal Bank of Canada may pull up stakes in Asia, where profitability lacks scale for the financial institution.
  6. J.C. Penney to Close Up to 140 Stores (JCP)

    In a plan to spruce up its brand, J.C. Penney says it will shutter up to 140 locations.
  1. How Money Views Affect Your Financial Decisions

    There are four main money scripts that influence how we make financial decisions.
  2. The Hidden Figures in Investing

    The fees charge by financial advisors vs. the cost of investing on your own.
  3. Tax Wars: Private Equity Vs. Wall Street (BX,CG)

    Private equity firms could encounter challenges with a proposal to change interest expense deductibility.
  4. Trump Addresses Joint Session of Congress (GM, F)

    "Everything that is broken in our country can be fixed." President Trump laid out his agenda in his first address to Congress.
  5. Alexa Might Soon Be Answering Call Center Queries (AMZN, MSFT)

    Amazon reportedly plans to release cloud-based tools that will enable customers to configure their own call center.
  6. Winter Drives Big 5 Sporting’s Sales (BGFV, DKS)

    Big 5 Sporting Goods' impressive fourth quarter results bode well for upcoming Dick's Sporting Goods' quarterly report.
  1. Acadia Revenue Beats Estimates (ACAD)

    A recently approved drug, and cash on the books, helped the pharma company grow in 2016.
  2. Amazon's AWS S3 Goes Down, Taking Major Sites Offline (AMZN)

    The cloud service's eastern storage region is affected.
  3. Snap Inc. Raises Valuation from $19.5 Billion to $22.2 Billion (SNAP, FB)

    The largest U.S.-listed tech offering since Alibaba’s IPO in 2014 is almost here.
  4. Costco, Dillard's Top Consumer List (COST, DDS)

    Retailers struggling with online shopping trends show they are willing to improve customer satisfaction.
  5. Facebook's VR Dreams May Be Hurt by ZeniMax Fight

    ZeniMax has asked a court to stop Facebook's Oculus VR headset from using its software code.
  6. Game Stop Tanks Over MSFT's 'Netflix for Games'

    Game Stop stock fell after Microsoft announced a Netflix-type service for its Xbox games.
  1. Is Your Safe Investing Strategy Really Safe?

    Playing it too safe increases your opportunity cost and decreases your earnings in the long run.
  2. Why Boomers Aren't Saving Enough for Retirement

    Baby Boomers still aren't saving enough for retirement. Here's what they can do to turn things around.
  3. IRA Taxes: Tips for Reducing What You'll Owe

    Once you retire, taxation on an IRA can become your biggest enemy. Here are a few steps that can help ease the tax burden.
  4. 6 Late-Stage Retirement Catch-Up Tactics

    It's not too late, but if you want to retire comfortably you'll have to be aggressive.
  5. How Much Millennials Should Save to Retire Comfortably

    Millennials may not be worrying about retirement just yet, but they should be thinking about how much they'll need to save ...
  6. Retirement Savings Strategies for Clients in Their 40s

    Here are five ways 40-somethings can plan ahead for retirement.
  1. The DOL's Fiduciary Rule Requires a Holistic Approach

    Here's why complying with the DOL's fiduciary rule should begin with a holistic approach.
  2. Alphabet to Launch 'Android Messages' to Challenge iMessage, FB Messenger (GOOGL, FB)

    After a slow start, Alphabet wants a big bite of the mobile messaging business
  3. Sony Exceeds Its Playstation VR Sales Expectations (SNE)

    The Japanese company said it has sold 915,000 Playstation VRs since releasing the device last October.
  4. Wal-Mart Wants Luring Shoppers From Kroger and Aldi (WMT)

    Wal-Mart has been reducing prices on grocery items in some states in a bid to better compete against discount supermarket ...
  5. Robinhood

    Robinhood wants to level the financial markets playing field with its free stock and ETF trading platform.
  6. Business Intelligence (BI)

    Business intelligence (BI) refers to the procedural and technical infrastructure that collects, stores and analyzes the data ...
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