1. Who's the Richest Person in the 4 Richest U.S. States?

    Billionaires have congregated in a few states more than others. Who are the wealthiest residents of those states with the ...
  2. Jumbo Mortgage Limits: How Much Can You Borrow?

    If you want to buy a home that costs close to half a million or more, you likely need to know what the jumbo mortgage limits ...
  3. Guess Who's the Richest Person in Florida?

    Peterffy tops the list of richest residents in Florida, where more billionaires are moving all the time.
  4. Tale of Two Charities: Trump's Helps Trump, the Clintons' Is the Real Deal

    The Clintons have been quite literally a thousand times more charitable than The Donald. And now the Trump Foundation is ...
  5. Art of the 'Steal': How Trump Lost $916M and Avoided Tax

    This is how Donald Trump’s accountants most likely used the tax code to avoid paying income tax for almost two decades.
  6. The Economics of Mega-Mansions

    The real costs of mega-mansions are often much higher than the original price tag, something a few celebrities have painfully ...
  1. Why Spending Tends to Increase in Retirement

    Retirees often find themselves living fuller lives during retirement, which can come with more costs. Are your investments ...
  2. 8 Things Advisors Should Do on Facebook to Grow

    These eight tips will help advisors up their game on Facebook and have the potential to help grow business.
  3. The Average EPS Earnings Season 'Beat Rate' Is 62%

    Stacked deck: Q3 earnings are coming in above expectations, likely because forecasts are, once again, too low. So why do ...
  4. 6 Big IRS Red Flags for Retirees

    Tax audits are stressful and can result in expensive fines. Here are six things to know about when it comes to sidestepping ...
  5. ETFs Vs. Index Funds: Quantifying The Differences

    If you are trying to choose between these two index-tracking investments, compare the costs.
  6. Will Mexico Oil Giant Pemex Default?

    Fitch Ratings gives surprise warning that Mexico's Pemex faces insolvency
  1. 5 Emotional Mistakes That Hurt Your Financial Plans

    Learning to curb your emotions when making—or ignoring—financial decisions can have an intensely positive effect on your ...
  2. The ROI When Your Millennial Kid Lives at Home

    If you love your adult kids and enjoy the time with them, don’t worry that you’re spending too much money on them. Your return ...
  3. A Look at the SEC's New Mutual Fund Liquidity Rules

    The SEC has released new liquidity rules for mutual funds aimed at reducing risk.
  4. Miners Sue CONSOL Over ERISA Violations (CNX)

    Papers filed in federal court accuse CONSOL of inappropriately withholding lifetime health benefits; seek class action status. ...
  5. Changing Bad Money Habits to Reach Financial Goals

    The key to creating a new behavior is becoming aware of two conflicting forces and finding a third way forward, otherwise ...
  6. 5 Financial Tips for New Parents to Cut Costs

    These five tips will help new parents limit costs and focus on what’s truly important.
  1. Will Steven Cohen Return to Hedge Funds?

    Cohen was barred from managing outsider funds following an insider trading scandal. What will happen when the restrictions ...
  2. These Charts Suggest Financials Are Headed Higher (XLF, KIE)

    The charts of key ETFs that follow various segments of the financial sector suggest now could be the time to buy.
  3. Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Hires 5 New Execs (SL)

    Keefe, Bruyette & Woods hires three managing directors and two vice presidents to bolster its investment banking division. ...
  4. How Italy Is Helping Russia Avoid More Sanctions

    Italy intervenes to prevent the EU from placing more sanctions on Russia.
  5. Two Oil Plays with Offshore Drillers (ESV, ATW)

    Rising oil prices could make offshore drillers like Atwood Oceanics and Ensco PLC attractive again.
  6. Apple Price Levels to Watch After Earnings (AAPL)

    Funds and institutions need to come off this sidelines after this week's highly anticipated earnings report, or the stock ...
  1. Militants Bomb Chevron Pipeline in Nigeria (CVX)

    A Chevron oil pipeline was bombed by a militant Nigerian group just days before an expected peace agreement.
  2. Coca-Cola Pops (KO)

    The beverage giant exceeds expectations. Here’s how Coca-Cola did it.
  3. Centene Projects 4Q Revenue of $40 Billion (CNC)

    Centene reported 3Q earnings of $145 million on revenue of $10.8 billion.
  4. Did Comcast Dismiss T-Mobile Deal? (CMCSA, TMUS)

    Comcast's CEO said he thinks the company can make money with its own wireless network initiative, pouring cold water on speculation ...
  5. Southern Co, Bloom Energy Announce Alliance (SO)

    Southern Co. (SO) and Bloom Energy have announced they will work together to deliver distributed power generation and smart ...
  6. Passive ETFs: Active Traders' New Tool (SPY, UWTI)

    Investors are using increasingly popular passive investment funds for very active trading strategies
  1. IPOs Are on the Rebound (COUP, NTNX)

    The U.S. IPO market is showing signs of life, especially in the tech sector. Post-offering prices are soaring
  2. Biogen 3Q Earnings Beat Street Estimates (BIIB)

    Biogen reported 3Q earnings of $1 billion, or $4.97 per share, on revenue of $2.96 billion. Biogen's adjusted 3Q EPS of $5.19 ...
  3. Teck Resources Rises Ahead of Q3 Earnings (TCK)

    Wall Street expects the Canadian metals and mining company to report a strong increase in third quarter profits, despite ...
  4. Will Nokia Suffer Like Ericsson in Q3? (NOK, ERIC)

    Nokia is slated to report third quarter earnings Thursday and investors are hoping its not facing the same pain as rival ...
  5. Expedia Price Levels to Watch After Earnings (EXPE)

    Travel giant Expedia may be wrapping up a garden variety correction, ahead of a rally to all-time highs.
  6. Sprint Narrows Q2 Loss, But Concerns Remain (S)

    Sprint's stock tanked despite a narrower second-quarter loss as concerns about capital expenditures and competition weighed ...
  1. The Costs of Medicare You Need to Know

    Navigating the maze of Medicare is complex. Here's what you need to know about the financial and tax aspects.
  2. How to Factor Family into Your Retirement Plan

    Hashing out a family retirement plan can be overwhelming. That's why it's important to revisit things like timing, saving ...
  3. Understanding 401(k)s and All Their Benefits

    A quick guide to understanding 401(k) advantages, from tax savings to shelter from creditors.
  4. What is Wealth Transfer?

    As the Greatest Generation and Baby Boomers age, they're poised to leave their wealth to Millennials.
  5. Options for Your 401(k) When You Change Jobs

    There are often conflicts of interest in many 401(k) plans today. Be sure yours—including those from past jobs—are being ...
  6. Retirement Savings: Is Your Home an Investment?

    Does it make sense for those nearing retirement, or who already retired, to pay off their mortgage?
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