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  1. Why is Warren Buffett Looking to Wearable Tech? (BRK-A, IBM)

    Buffett, normally not into bells and whistles, has focused his interests on new technologies. Why?
  2. Zika Virus: Latest Advice on Staying Safe

    Thinking of an escape to the Caribbean for some midwinter sunshine? Check in first to find out the latest on Zika.
  3. What is Impact Investing?

    What is impact investing?
  4. Valentine’s Day Spending Drops for 2017(M, JWN)

    People will be spending substantially less this Valentine's Day, according to forecasts.
  5. Finance and Wealth Coaching for Young Adults

    Here are some wealth management ideas for young adults, and older adults too.
  6. Why People Renounce Their U.S Citizenship

    This year, the highest number of Americans ever took the irrevocable step of giving up their citizenship. Here's why.
  1. Cadre

    Cadre employs a sophisticated platform for users to manage the real estate investment process.
  2. 25 Companies That Offer Robo-Advisor Services

    Here's a round-up of the most well-known robo-advisors and what they offer.
  3. What Will I Pay for Tax Preparation Fees?

    Tax preparation fees aren't one size fits all. What you pay will vary – depending on the complexity of your return, who does ...
  4. How Tech Helps RIAs Like Alexandria Capital Grow AUM

    Many financial firms are leveraging technology to achieve rapid growth. Here's how.
  5. Picking the Right Robo-Advisor: Webinar

    Robo-advisors are bringing financial advice to the masses and changing the face of the financial services industry for the ...
  6. 4 Risky Moves People Are Making to Buy a Home

    A new study from Owners.com suggests that Americans may be willing to make some risky moves to buy a home in 2017. Here are ...
  1. These 10 Habits Will Help You Reach Financial Freedom

    Learn 10 key habits for achieving financial freedom, including smart budgeting, staying abreast of new tax deductions and ...
  2. 6 Cheap Ways to Get a Tax Refund Advance

    Tax-preparation companies offer tax refund advances to get customers in the door and collect fees on other services. Here ...
  3. DOL Rule or Not, There's a New Fiduciary Expectation

    What does the election mean for the new fiduciary standard?
  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. Why You Need to Budget and Self-Fund Retirement

    Make retirement savings a priority because costs are rising and Social Security won't be enough.
  6. 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.
  1. Bank of England Won't Remove Animal Fat from Notes, Despite Protests

    Petitions focused at the Bank of England have asked that tallow not be used to create bank notes, but were denied.
  2. Credit Suisse Offers Brighter Outlook on Europe (CS, XLF)

    Credit Suisse lures more wealthy European clients with alternative strategies to combat political risks.
  3. Chart of the Week: Global Corporate Earnings, Wind Beneath My Wings

    We explain why we see earnings improving across the globe, and highlights the markets with the most potential for further ...
  4. Medical Device ETF Beat Healthcare Sector Returns in 2016 (IHI,XLV,ABT)

    This medical device ETF continues to outperform the broader healthcare sector.
  5. Campbell, Smucker Adapt to Changing Tastes (SJM, CBP)

    Food manufacturers like J.M. Smucker and Campbell Soup pivot toward consumer preferences in their own way.
  6. Gravity MIA After Seven Straight Up Weeks for S&P500 (AAPL, MSFT)

    Three quarters of S&P500 stocks are above their 50-day moving averages. Should investors be worried?
  1. Top 5 Brazil ETFs For 2017

    Brazilian ETFs are producing stellar returns in 2017. This emerging market is attracting investors.
  2. Automakers Ask New EPA Chief for Leniency (GM, F)

    Automakers seek to capitalize on President Trump’s indifference to fuel efficiency by asking the EPA’s new chief to overturn ...
  3. General Mills, Mondelez Eye 'Wellness' Millennials

    After Kraft Heinz shook the industry with a bid for Unilever, market leaders expand wellness focus.
  4. Apple's Spaceship Campus Will Be Called Apple Park (AAPL)

    Apple's new campus features the world's largest curved glass panel and runs entirely on solar energy.
  5. Different Approaches to Financial ETFs (JHMF,RYF)

    Cap-weighted funds dominate among financial services ETFs, but there are some interesting smart beta options to consider.
  6. Lowe's, Home Depot Up on Healthy Housing (HD, LOW)

    Home improvement retailers like Home Depot and Lowe's are enjoying strong sales thanks to a recovering housing market.
  1. Apple's Spaceship Campus Will Be Called Apple Park (AAPL)

    Apple's new campus features the world's largest curved glass panel and runs entirely on solar energy.
  2. Lowe's, Home Depot Up on Healthy Housing (HD, LOW)

    Home improvement retailers like Home Depot and Lowe's are enjoying strong sales thanks to a recovering housing market.
  3. EXAS Surges on Quarterly Results (EXAS)

    EXAS reported results for the fourth quarter and full year 2016, and gave upbeat guidance.
  4. A Kellogg Pop-Up Café for Pop-Tart Pizzas & Tacos

    Taking 'breakfast for dinner' to a new level, the company finds new ways to reach Pop-Tart fans.
  5. Jose Cuervo IPO First Mexican Offering Since Trump Took Office

    After delaying its IPO twice during the last year, Jose Cuervo, the world's biggest tequila distiller, went public earlier ...
  6. IMAX Has Room to Fall to $27.50 (IMAX)

    IMAX reports result tomorrow, February 23rd. The stock has a few bearish signs heading into those results.
  1. 6 Ways to Ruin Your Retirement

    We all look forward to one day leaving the rat race behind and enjoying our golden years. But it's not a sure thing. Check ...
  2. How Retirees Should Think About Market Corrections

    Stock market corrections can be scary for retirees living off their investment income. How to cushion the blow.
  3. Your Local Social Security Office: Who Can Help

    Many calls to Social Security end in frustration. It doesn't have to be that way.
  4. The Best Way to Leave Assets for Non-Spousal Heirs

    Save non-spousal heirs taxes on your estate by moving your assets from a qualified plan.
  5. Compounding Is Important in the Later Years Too

    The power of compounding is even greater in the later years of saving for retirement.
  6. 4 Risky Moves People Are Making to Buy a Home

    A new study from Owners.com suggests that Americans may be willing to make some risky moves to buy a home in 2017. Here are ...
  1. Can the Banking Industry Defend Itself Against Alternative Lending?

    If it learns to embrace fintech like its non-bank competitors have done.
  2. Redtail Technology

    Redtail firm provides advisors with web-based software that allows them to manage their client base.
  3. Macro Virus

    A macro virus infects a software program and causes a series of actions to begin automatically when the program is opened.
  4. Mattel Targets Chinese Consumers With Alibaba Deal (MAT, BABA)

    Mattel and Alibaba join forces to tap into the toy market in China.
  5. Retailers Step Up Shopping Experience (NKE, COH)

    Retailers like Nike, Coach and Abercrombie & Fitch are trying to lure more customers with improved store amenities.
  6. Cyber Security Threats to Move up the Agenda? (SYMC, PANW)

    A rise in government data breaches has fuelled speculation that companies with cyber security expertise will soon start to ...
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