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  1. C-Suite Executives Get Even Richer Perks

    Not only are CEOs and other C-suite executives earning higher salaries; they’re also raking in bigger and better perks, according ...
  2. Top Hedge Fund Managers to Watch in 2017 (ADSK)

    Though in a flailing industry, these managers may be able to turn around fortunes for their firms.
  3. Roth Feature Boosts Benefits for 401(k) and 403(b) Plans

    Roth accounts tend to beat traditional plans over the long term by providing tax savings at retirement.
  4. The Retirement Divide: CEOs vs. the Rest of Us

    CEOs do great, but a new report has troubling news for the average American retiree.
  5. How the Rich Do Disneyland (DIS)

    The Disney experience is a lot less crowded (and you get to skip lines) if you pay for VIP treatment.
  6. How Your Health Savings Account Can Be a Tax Shelter

    For those that can afford it, the HSA is a powerful tax shelter. Here's why.
  1. Terri Kallsen: Investopedia Profile

    As Executive Vice President of Charles Schwab's Investor Services, Terri Kallsen oversees Schwab’s branch network, Independent ...
  2. China Cracks down on Bitcoin Exchanges, Prices Fall

    China's activities are a main driver in Bitcoin's price.
  3. "John Doe" Bitcoin Summons Has Coinbase Users Fighting Back

    The IRS versus Coinbase. The issue: anonymity of Bitcoin owners.
  4. Swift Capital Review: A Safe Loan for Businesses?

    In this Swift Capital review, find out how these short-term operating loans work for small businesses – and whether they're ...
  5. Michael Green on Volatility

    As a former manager at Canyon Partners and Bain Capital, Michael Green‘s approach to valuation and the macro world is rooted ...
  6. Retirement Savings: How Much Is Enough?

    5%? 10%? 15%? Which retirement savings rate is the right one?
  1. Morgan Stanley Crushes Earnings (MS)

    The investment bank's revenues jumped over 16 percent from a year ago, and earnings were far higher than analysts' estimates.
  2. How Much Mortgage Can You Afford?

    Here's how to determine what you should be borrowing to finance your home.
  3. Top 6 Marriage-Killing Money Issues

    Strengthen your marriage by discussing these financial pitfalls.
  4. Cut Your Investment Fees to Be a Wall Street Deadbeat

    There are now many ways to proactively minimize fees associated with our investment portfolios.
  5. How to Be SMART and Achieve Your Financial Goals

    Setting goals instead of resolutions and using the SMART approach will help you attain your goals.
  6. New Job? Don't Forget Your Company Stock Options

    Employee stock options may be handled differently when you leave a job.
  1. European Stocks Slump on Britain's "Hard Brexit" (EEA, RODM)

    Rumors that the U.K. will seek a swift and total exit from the European Union has caused the British pound and stock markets ...
  2. Trading The MACD Divergence

    Currency traders can use this method to avoid stop-order triggers before the real reversal.
  3. Diamondback Energy Steadily Drifts Higher (FANG)

    FANG seems to have convinced analysts it will move to profitability on rising oil prices.
  4. Stocks Mixed as Trump Rally Flounders (SPY, DIA)

    The major stock market indexes were mixed over the past week as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office next ...
  5. Oil Falls on OPEC Production Cut Doubts (USO, UCO)

    OPEC is seeking another oil production cut in May, but experts think any agreement made by the group is doomed to fail.
  6. JP Morgan Chase Headed for Triple Digits (JPM)

    JP Morgan Chase is testing December range resistance at $88 after a strong fourth quarter earnings report and could reach ...
  1. United Stuck at Resistance After Mixed Earnings (UAL, LUV)

    United Continental is getting sold at resistance after a mixed earnings report but could break out in coming weeks.
  2. Verizon Targets Down Remaining Galaxy Note 7 Units

    Verizon is taking drastic steps to get its customers to give up their Samsung Galaxy Note 7s
  3. BNY Mellon Q4 Earnings on Tap: What to Expect (BK)

    Wall Street expects Mellon to deliver year-over-year increases in both revenue and profits.
  4. Target's Holiday Miss Could Trigger New Downtrend (TGT, KSS)

    Target is testing 2-year support in the mid 60s for the fifth time and could break down in coming weeks, entering a multiyear ...
  5. What HPE’s SimpliVity Buyout Means for Rivals

    The $650M acquisition positions HPE against competitors such as Nutanix, Dell EMC and Cisco.
  6. "Blockchain is Coming and It Could Save Lives," Says Davos Video

    The Davos World Economic Forum (Jan 17-20) unveiled an explainer video all about blockchain technology.
  1. CEO of Consumer 3D Printing Co. MakerBot Resigns

    After the consumer 3D-printing frenzy of 2013, the Stratasys' unit refocuses on niche markets.
  2. RBC Positive on Broadcom (AVGO)

    AVGO is surging higher after RBC said shares could see $250 or more.
  3. Target Corp. Lowers Earnings Guidance for Q4 (TGT)

    Target got a stocking stuffed with coal and lower-than-expected sales figures this holiday season.
  4. Reynolds Hits 'Sweet Spot' for Shareholders: CEO (RAI, BTI)

    Susan Cameron, CEO of Reynolds American, believes she's done her fiduciary duties through the merger with BAT.
  5. HPE's COO to Resign, Join Spinoff as CEO

    The HP exec will next lead a software firm formed by the spinoff and merger with Micro Focus.
  6. Are Pandora's Listeners Tuning Out? (P)

    In its latest analyst note, Canaccord expressed concern over Pandora's listeners and their listening hours.
  1. Should Retirees Worry About Medicare Under Trump?

    With the Affordable Care Act on the chopping block, there are rumbles that Medicare could be next.
  2. 10 Steps To Retire A Millionaire

    Making this dream come true takes work, but it's well worth the effort.
  3. Is Your Retirement Plan on Track?

    Sooner or later that day will come. How to tell if you're ready and what to do if you need a course correction.
  4. Least Expensive States to Retire In

    When it's time to retire, it's worth exploring the least expensive states.
  5. Estate Planning for Beginners, Part Four

    This is how disclaimer trusts work and when it makes sense to use them in an estate plan.
  6. 12 Million to Pay More Social Security Tax in 2017

    2017 may be a year of tax cuts, but there's at least one exception.
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