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  1. Valentine’s Day Spending Drops for 2017(M, JWN)

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

    Here are some wealth management ideas for young adults, and older adults too.
  3. 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.
  4. Rent-To-Own Homes: How The Process Works

    Here's what to watch for when negotiating a contract for a rent-to-own home – and who is a good candidate for this option.
  5. Measure Your Portfolio's Performance

    Learn three ratios that will help you evaluate your investment returns.
  6. A Retirement Plan Option for High-Income Doctors

    The 457(b) plan allows high-earning doctors to save more for retirement than the 403(b) plan.
  1. How Tech Helps RIAs Like Alexandria Capital Grow AUM

    Many financial firms are leveraging technology to achieve rapid growth. Here's how.
  2. 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 ...
  3. 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 ...
  4. Who Killed Sears? 50 Years on the Road to Ruin

    Sears (SHLD) was once a paragon of American business. Now it is on an $8 billion losing streak. What happened?
  5. 5 Top Tax Concerns Clients May Face This Year

    Clients of advisors may have more tax issues as their financial plans become more complicated.
  6. Making Money with Managed Futures Funds

    Managed futures funds can be lucrative, but investors should be wary of incurring hidden costs. Ask for a clear explanation ...
  1. Is Investing $25 a Month Worth It?

    Find out how small investments can add up over time and how to avoid the fees that can eat tiny returns.
  2. 10 Reasons to Use Your Credit Card

    Charging purchases is not always a no-no. In fact, there are some very sound reasons for choosing this option.
  3. How To Make Your First $1 Million

    It is easier to become a millionaire now than at any time before. While you won't be buying islands, it is still a goal worth ...
  4. Credit vs. Debit Cards: Which is Better?

    Be strategic about the card you choose
  5. 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 ...
  6. 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 ...
  1. Top 5 Budgeting Questions Answered

    You don't need a degree to understand your money, begin saving and pay down debt.
  2. 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.
  3. Credit Suisse Offers Brighter Outlook on Europe (CS, XLF)

    Credit Suisse lures more wealthy European clients with alternative strategies to combat political risks.
  4. 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 ...
  5. Medical Device ETF Beat Healthcare Sector Returns in 2016 (IHI,XLV,ABT)

    This medical device ETF continues to outperform the broader healthcare sector.
  6. 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.
  1. Facebook Tries to Woo Conservatives at CPAC

    After allegations of burying GOP-friendly news, the social media giant is courting CPAC attendees.
  2. Questions Linger About AbbVie's AndroGel (ABBV)

    Testosterone replacement gel AndroGel has been linked to increased heart disease risk.
  3. Playing Hardball When Selling Your Home

    Using these strategies will help you get more cash when selling your house.
  4. How to Value a Real Estate Investment Property

    Make sure you know what your real estate investment is worth before you sign the ownership papers.
  5. 10 Worst First-Time Homebuyer Mistakes

    These errors could wind up costing you more than the coveted key to your first home.
  6. A Different Way to the Dow (DIA, DJD, GS, AAPL)

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the most widely followed equity indexes, but this ETF offers a different approach ...
  1. Twitter Aims to Humanize Customer Service Dealings

    Twitter wants you to know when you are dealing with an actual human on the other end of that DM.
  2. Immunomedics Sues Shareholders Amid $2B Deal (IMMU)

    Immunomedics sued venBio's board in a dispute concerning its $2 billion deal with Seattle Genetics.
  3. LendingTree Soars on Record Quarter (TREE)

    Sales, profits and future guidance soared past expectations.
  4. No Breakout in Tesla Tea Leaves (TSLA)

    Tesla has sold off more than 6% after a mixed earnings report that posted a greater than expected quarterly loss.
  5. Denbury Resources Chart Signals Trouble (DNR)

    DNR has broken downward out of its base and is at a precipitous level.
  6. Committee Suggests Argos Halt Cancer Study (ARGS)

    An independent data monitoring committee recommended that Argos end its carcinoma study.
  1. 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.
  2. Your Local Social Security Office: Who Can Help

    Many calls to Social Security end in frustration. It doesn't have to be that way.
  3. 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.
  4. Compounding Is Important in the Later Years Too

    The power of compounding is even greater in the later years of saving for retirement.
  5. 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 ...
  6. Explaining Types of Fixed Annuities

    Learn about this popular retirement tool, its pros and cons and how annuities work to create a guaranteed regular stream ...
  1. Redtail Technology

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

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

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

    Retailers like Nike, Coach and Abercrombie & Fitch are trying to lure more customers with improved store amenities.
  5. 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 ...
  6. Work at a Public Company? Here's How You Can Sell Your Stock

    Wealthfront has added an employee stock selling program to its platform.
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