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  1. 50 Cent Broke No More

    After a business deal went awry, the rap star dug himself out of bankruptcy by suing his lawyers.
  2. How to Ride Trump's First 100 Days

    Listen in as financial experts weigh what Trump's first 100 days could mean for Americans' finances.
  3. Buying Your First Investment Property? Top 10 Tips

    Check this list if you are thinking of making a purchase and becoming a landlord.
  4. Become Your Own Financial Advisor

    If you have some financial know-how, you don’t have to hire someone to advise you on investments. This tutorial will help ...
  5. 5 Misconceptions That Put Your Finances at Risk

    These are the pitfalls to avoid when planning your finances and investments.
  6. How You Should Handle a Large Windfall of Money

    It is easy to spend money. It is much harder to keep it.
  1. 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 ...
  2. The Top 3 Growth Avenues for Advisors in 2017

    These are three options advisors have when considering the future growth of their business.
  3. What Should Investors Expect From Markets in 2017?

    A Q&A with Mark Okada, CIO and Co-Founder of Highland Capital Management, on his investment outlook.
  4. Why China's Stock Market Is On a Roll

    Shanghai: China's stock market is surging and may outperform longterm, Morgan Stanley says
  5. Redtail Technology

    Redtail firm provides advisors with web-based software that allows them to manage their client base.
  6. Trump's Likely Asian Trade War Targets

    Beyond China, Trump may focus his ire on big trade deficits with India, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia
  1. How To Dispute a Credit Card Charge

    Follow these steps if you've been ripped off or spot an error on your bill.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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 ...
  5. Credit vs. Debit Cards: Which is Better?

    Be strategic about the card you choose
  6. 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 ...
  1. First Solar Struggling Against Trump Headwinds (FSLR)

    First Solar is losing ground despite a strong fourth-quarter earnings report, held down by Trump policies.
  2. Add Some Sophistication to Your Portfolio With These 3 ETFs

    Bullish chart patterns suggest that these ETFs could give your portfolio the much-needed boost it needs.
  3. Three Stocks Trading Near Support (INTC, GIS)

    These stocks are trading near support, signaling a potential long trade for technical traders.
  4. Berkshire Still Looms Large for Airline ETF (JETS)

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway could buy an airline, a move that would boost this ETF.
  5. Top 5 Budgeting Questions Answered

    You don't need a degree to understand your money, begin saving and pay down debt.
  6. 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.
  1. Merck Antiviral Drug Reports Positive Data (MRK)

    Merck’s antiviral drug letermovir posted positive results in a late-stage trial.
  2. The Home Appraisal: Your Key to a Successful Refinance

    When you refinance your mortgage, everything hinges on the appraisal. Here's what appraisers look at, how to make your home ...
  3. Aveo's Tivozanib Drug Clears Safety Review (AVEO)

    The once-rejected cancer drug with a checkered past cleared a recent safety test.
  4. Nvidia on Verge of Major Breakdown (NVDA)

    Nvidia may have broken down from a double top pattern and could enter a major correction that targets the low-70s. (NVDA)
  5. Delinquent

    The failure to accomplish what is required by law or duty, such as the failure to make a required payment or to perform a ...
  6. RBS Lost $8.7 Billion in 2016 (RBS)

    Fines for fraud, lawsuits over misconduct and provisions for future penalties hit RBS's bottom line, bringing it to its ninth ...
  1. Apple Challenges Samsung for Smartphone Dominance

    Samsung had held the top spot in the smartphone market, but the impending iPhone 8 is hurting that.
  2. Incyte and UPenn Ink Cancer Research Deal (INCY)

    Incyte signed a multi-year cancer research deal with the University of Pennsylvania.
  3. Cyclacel Plunges on Leukemia Drug Failure (CYCC)

    Cyclacel Pharmaceuticals lost one-quarter of its market cap after its drug failed a late-stage study
  4. More Model 3 Details Emerge on Tesla Earnings Call (TSLA)

    Tesla said the Model 3 will have fewer "bells and whistles" but a more automated production process to enable scale.
  5. Netflix Bags Scorsese and De Niro's Latest (NFLX)

    The Hollywood legends' ninth outing together is a gangster film, a consistently successful theme in their collaboration.
  6. Prison Stocks Boosted by Justice Dept. Reversal of Scale Back (CXW, GEO)

    The DOJ’s reversal of the decision to scale back private prisons represents good news for prison stocks.
  1. Things Nursing Homes Are Not Allowed to Do

    Nursing home residents just got new safeguards to their rights – rights they aren't suppose to lose when entering a facility.
  2. Generation X (Gen X)

    Generation X, or Gen X, is the name given to the generation of Americans born between 1961 and 1980. Generation X follows ...
  3. Retirement: The Most Expensive Purchase You’ll Make in Your Life

    Most Americans know that saving for retirement is important. So why aren't they saving more?
  4. How Retirees Should Think About Investing

    Older households are still rebuilding their assets in a post-recession environment. Learn how to think about the task during ...
  5. What Is the Most Important Financial Lesson?

    When it comes to learning lessons about your finances, it helps to think about the future.
  6. Are My Social Security Benefits Taxable?

    If, and how much, your social security benefits are taxed depends on your income and where you live.
  1. Work at a Public Company? Here's How You Can Sell Your Stock

    Wealthfront has added an employee stock selling program to its platform.
  2. How Advisors Can Use Blogs to Boost Their AUM

    Here's how marketing techniques like blogging can help advisors grow assets under management.
  3. It's Tax Season, Are You Prepared?

    It's tax season again. Use these tips to be prepared to file and protect yourself from cybercrime.
  4. Cybersecurity: Protect Yourself During Tax Season

    Take a little extra time to review online communications and avoid becoming a cybercrime victim.
  5. 2016 SEC Enforcement Cases: The Year in Review

    The SEC set a new record in 2016 for the number of enforcement actions it brought.
  6. H&R Block Gets IBM's Watson for Your Taxes (HRB, IBM)

    Can IBM’s Watson help with your taxes? H&R Block is betting that the famed artificial intelligence solution will increase ...
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