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  1. Is there a difference between socially responsible investing (SRI) and green investing?

    Green investing is considered a subset of socially responsible investing. Both of these terms refer to investment philosophies ...
  2. Socially Responsible Investing: How Millennials are Driving It

    Younger investors are much more likely to be interested in doing good and doing right, surveys show.
  3. How Vanguard Dominated the Mutual Fund Industry

    How Vanguard, the mutual fund giant, grew to $4.2 Trillion in assets under management with its tried and true approach to ...
  4. How Social Impact Bonds Work

    Social impact bonds are one way to funnel money to projects that will impact society.
  5. Securities-Based Lending

    The practice of making loans using securities as collateral.
  6. The Wealth Effect: Luxury Car Sales Are Up

    The rich are now feeling comfortable about buying luxury cars. Way more comfortable.
  1. How to Avoid Common Middle-Class Money Traps

    Spending is inevitable, but by budgeting carefully, families can enjoy financial security while dodging unnecessary stress ...
  2. 5 Steps to Getting Started in Investing

    “How do I start investing?” It’s a complex question and there's a lot to consider. Here's how to lay a foundation for success.
  3. Living Abroad in Retirement: Can You Afford It?

    These are the financial implications of retiring abroad, as well as what you need to consider in order to do so.
  4. Vanguard CEO: High-Cost Active Management is Dead

    Vanguard Group CEO Bill McNabb says there's no place for high-cost active management in a future of lower average returns.
  5. Top 5 Mutual Funds for Impact Investing

    These five funds are committed to ESG screening and produce positive returns.
  6. Top 5 ETFs for Impact Investing for 2017 (DSI, KLD)

    The top five ETFS based on their commitment to impact investing.
  1. Who Pays Mortgage Recording Tax in NYC?

    When you buy in New York City, you even have to pay a tax to record your mortgage. Here's how much.
  2. The Parental Support Young Millennials Get? A Lot

    By now it’s no secret that parental support for Millennials is extensive. So how much is it exactly?
  3. 5 Biggest Credit Card Data Hacks in History

    InterContinental Hotels Groups has disclosed that credit card systems at 1,200 of its hotels were successfully hacked by ...
  4. 4 Risks of Giving Your House to Your Child

    Your instincts may be generous, but handing over the house may not be the best financial plan for you – or your child.
  5. Do You Really Have Student Loan Forgiveness?

    Do you really have student loan forgiveness? A recent lawsuit has called the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program’s guidelines ...
  6. Bloated Budget? How to Trim the Fat

    Blood, sweat and tears should belong in the gym, but your money deserves some training time too.
  1. Extreme Socially Responsible Investing

    Make your money work for you without putting it into ventures that don't support your values.
  2. Goldman Sachs Favors Equities in Europe Over U.S. (PCLN, AGCO)

    The bank notes that stronger global growth and lower relative valuations should steer European equities ahead of their U.S. ...
  3. Giants Of Finance: John Maynard Keynes

    This rock star of economics advocated government intervention at a time of free-market thinking.
  4. Stocks Gain Ground in Volatile Week (SPY, DIA)

    The major U.S. indexes ended in positive territory after a volatile week of trading (SPY).
  5. Honeywell's Revenue Rocketship Shows No Signs of Stalling

    Honeywell's long streak of strong earnings continues apace.
  6. Will General Electric Ever Return to Growth?

    GE's latest quarterly earnings report broadly met expectations, however robust growth remains a far-off dream.
  1. Lawyer Representing United Passenger Takes on American Airlines

    The woman who clashed with an American Airlines flight attendant has secured the services of the same attorney representing ...
  2. Satoshi

    One Bitcoin is divisible to eight decimal places (100 millionth of one Bitcoin), and this smallest unit is referred to as ...
  3. Hershey’s Pledges to Cut Calories in its Sweets

    The chocolate maker jumps on board with a larger industry trend targeting health-conscious Millennial shoppers.
  4. Streaming Bonds! Netflix Sells Debt to Drive Growth

    Netflix is selling euro-denominated debt, and it's a good thing.
  5. Ex-Eaton Vance Portfolio Manager to Plead Guilty to Fraud in U.S. Court

    A former Eaton Vance Corp portfolio manager has agreed to plead guilty to having engaged in a fraudulent scheme involving ...
  6. Netflix to Make European Junk-Bond Debut

    By Yoruk Bahceli and Davide Scigliuzzo
  1. Hershey’s Pledges to Cut Calories in its Sweets

    The chocolate maker jumps on board with a larger industry trend targeting health-conscious Millennial shoppers.
  2. Streaming Bonds! Netflix Sells Debt to Drive Growth

    Netflix is selling euro-denominated debt, and it's a good thing.
  3. Ex-Eaton Vance Portfolio Manager to Plead Guilty to Fraud in U.S. Court

    A former Eaton Vance Corp portfolio manager has agreed to plead guilty to having engaged in a fraudulent scheme involving ...
  4. Netflix to Make European Junk-Bond Debut

    By Yoruk Bahceli and Davide Scigliuzzo
  5. Arconic Offers Board Director Deal to Elliott After Rebuffs

    The shareholder battle between specialty metals maker Arconic Inc and Elliott Management took another turn on Monday after ...
  6. Loop Capital: No More Room for Disney to Climb

    Loop cut its rating on Disney to neutral from buy, saying the stock has no more room to go up.
  1. Choosing Between a Traditional or Roth 401(k)

    There are several things to consider when deciding between a traditional or Roth 401(k).
  2. 5 of the Biggest Retirement Mistakes People Make

    Five of the top 10 mistakes people make as they approach retirement.
  3. 3 Ways to Improve Financial Literacy

    If financial advice isn't personalized, situational and actionable, most Americans won't remember it.
  4. Turn Retirement Cash Flow Into Your Own Paycheck

    Retirement planning won't get you very far without plans to manage your cash flow. So turn retirement income into monthly ...
  5. 5 Steps to Getting Started in Investing

    “How do I start investing?” It’s a complex question and there's a lot to consider. Here's how to lay a foundation for success.
  6. Living Abroad in Retirement: Can You Afford It?

    These are the financial implications of retiring abroad, as well as what you need to consider in order to do so.
  1. The 6 Most Important Cryptocurrencies Other Than Bitcoin

    Bitcoin is hardly the only game in town.
  2. Elon Musk's Neuralink to Save Humanity From AI

    Elon Musk's latest company Neuralink aims to bridge the gap between human cognition and computers by developing neural lace ...
  3. One Year Later: How Much is Prince Worth After His Death?

    It's been a year since Prince's death, and the unreleased songs and videos found in his vault will not be released.
  4. The Top 7 Website Mistakes Financial Advisors Make

    Advisors need to avoid these seven deadly sins when designing a website.
  5. Google Home Now Able to Recognize Different Voices (GOOG)

    The California-based company’s latest update gives it a distinct advantage over Amazon’s Echo.
  6. Starbucks Upgraded by Stifel on Comps Growth

    Research firm Stifel Nicolaus has upgraded Starbucks to a buy, seeing grow over next four quarters.
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