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  1. Why Are the Cayman Islands So Popular With Hedge Funds?

    Here's a recent Q&A on what makes the Cayman Islands popular with hedge funds.
  2. More People to Pay Off Debt than Spend Tax Refund Cash in 2017

    Financial security weighs heavy as people choose prudence over spending the extra refund cash
  3. 8 Reasons Not to Sell Your Home Without An Agent

    Is saving the seller's side of the agent's commission worth the trouble of selling your home without one? Why it could cost ...
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Should You Pay All Cash For Your Next Home?

    Pay cash only for a home? Here are the pros and cons.
  1. 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.
  2. Mnuchin Plays Down Trump's Ambitious Growth Target

    During the campaign, Trump promised growth of 4%, 5%, or 6%. Mnuchin prefers 3%.
  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. 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
  5. Robinhood

    Robinhood wants to level the financial markets playing field with its free stock and ETF trading platform.
  6. 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 ...
  1. Should Your Credit Rating Scare You?

    Take the mystery out of credit scores by learning the most important ways it can impact your life.
  2. 5 Poorest U.S. Presidents

    Here are the poorest U.S. presidents based on how little money they had to start off and how badly they squandered their ...
  3. How to Make Your Own Retirement Fund

    Making sure you have a large enough nest egg to retire on is a challenge. Here's how to accomplish the task, one step at ...
  4. 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.
  5. The Most Important Component of True Family Wealth

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

    Which are the jobs with the biggest raises? And how high are their salaries?
  1. Target Shares Hurt by Gloomy Outlook (TGT, WMT)

    Target's disappointing fourth quarter results and outlook are also weighing on Wal-Mart shares.
  2. Chart of the Week: China on an Upswing

    Richard explains why sentiment on China has become positive, as well as its market implications.
  3. Funds Dumping Salesforce Ahead of Earnings (CRM)

    Salesforce.com is trading near 2015 resistance after a 2-month rally but heavy distribution predicts a sell the news reaction ...
  4. Canaccord Sees Volatility, Long-Term Gains for U.S. Stocks (SPY, SPYB)

    More volatility but fundamental strength in the long-term should benefit stock index funds like SPY and VOO.
  5. Keep Selling Yelp and Trip Advisor (YELP, TRIP)

    Heavy competition and self-inflicted wounds should keep Yelp and Trip Advisor short sellers in business through 2017 and ...
  6. Active Traders Are Not Giving Up on Commodities (GSG, REMX)

    Bullish chart patterns and nearby support are triggering a renewed interest in commodities. These charts of these three ETFs ...
  1. Can OPEC Live with $60 Oil? (KSA, EEM)

    Saudi Arabia sees $60 per barrel oil as the magic number that maximizes revenue without triggering a U.S. shale oil boom.
  2. The One Thing to Watch When Kroger Announces Q4 Earnings (KR)

    Kroger reports its fourth quarter results on March 2, and investors should look out for the company outlook for 2017.
  3. Tony Robbins on Ray Dalio's All-Weather Portfolio

    Author, Philanthropist and Strategist Tony Robbins on Ray Dalio.
  4. The Future Looks Bright for Exxon Mobil (XOM)

    Exxon Mobil has struggled in recent months, but solid political connections and President Trump's big oil policy should lift ...
  5. General Mills’ VC Arm Banks on Protein Bar Startup

    301 Inc. backs D's Naturals, a 2-year-old startup generating $10 million in annual revenues.
  6. Corindus Jumps 28% on Private Placement (CVRS)

    The $45 million private placement funding will help Corindus Vascular launch its CorPath GRX System and expand in global ...
  1. Report: Facebook User Growth Could Decline In 2017

    Facebook may have had a strong fourth quarter, but one research firm expects usage to drop in 2017.
  2. Lexicon Spikes 8% on Diarrhea Drug Approval (LXRX)

    Lexicon stock was buoyed after it got FDA approval for a drug to treat cancer-induced diarrhea.
  3. Best Buy Bulls Defending Uptrend After Earnings Miss (BBY)

    Best Buy has broken a 2-month channel after a surprisingly weak quarterly report and could test 2016 breakout support in ...
  4. INC Research Tanks 23% on Weak 2017 Outlook (INCR)

    INC Research Holdings stock plummeted due to its bleak 2017 outlook.
  5. Operational Discipline is Paying Off for McDonald’s (MCD)

    McDonald’s operating margin has increased by roughly 15 percent since July 2015 thanks to its cost-saving moves.
  6. AMC Reports Results Ahead of Expectations (AMC)

    Revenue and earnings are up but ticket prices are down.
  1. Avoid Paying More for Medicare by Planning Ahead

    Use these methods to reduce your retirement income to avoid the income-related Medicare adjustment.
  2. Don't Lose out on Equity Compensation When You Retire

    Equity compensation can be a lucrative benefit that shouldn't be overlooked at retirement.
  3. Is Your Safe Investing Strategy Really Safe?

    Playing it too safe increases your opportunity cost and decreases your earnings in the long run.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  1. Chart of the Week: China on an Upswing

    Richard explains why sentiment on China has become positive, as well as its market implications.
  2. Funds Dumping Salesforce Ahead of Earnings (CRM)

    Salesforce.com is trading near 2015 resistance after a 2-month rally but heavy distribution predicts a sell the news reaction ...
  3. Keep Selling Yelp and Trip Advisor (YELP, TRIP)

    Heavy competition and self-inflicted wounds should keep Yelp and Trip Advisor short sellers in business through 2017 and ...
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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.
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