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  1. How You Can Protect Assets With Umbrella Insurance

    Here's why protecting your assets from litigation via umbrella liability insurance is a good idea.
  2. Zillow Estimates: Not As Accurate As You Think

    Zillow uses a variety of data to calculate its "Zestimates," but anything from the wrong property details to missing upgrades ...
  3. Warren Buffett's Investing Style Reviewed

    Learn the main principles that Warren Buffet uses in assessing a company. His take on value investing may surprise you.
  4. How Busy Executives Can Make Time for What Matters

    Time is valuable, don't waste it by being unaccountable or by not outsourcing when possible.
  5. Ackman Maintains Short Bet on Herbalife (HLF)

    After months of bitter back-and-forth, Ackman's Pershing Square will continue to bet against Herbalife.
  6. Bill Ackman Made Two Big Purchases, But Won't Say What They Are

    In an annual investor presentation, the Pershing Square founder was being intentionally mysterious.
  1. What is Impact Investing?

    What is impact investing?
  2. NVIDIA Ascending Triangle Points to Upcoming Volatility (NVDA, AMD)

    NVIDIA's ascending triangle is both a warning and an opportunity.
  3. 3 Ways Retirees Can Generate Income from Investments

    It's not enough to have savings; those investments have to generate income to last through retirement. Here's how.
  4. Top Alternative Investments for Retirement

    Diversify your retirement portfolio with alternative investments – peer-to-peer lending, precious metals, even Bitcoins.
  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. The Market's Biggest Bull Sees 12% Gain for 2017

    Deutsche Bank’s Chadha sees the S&P 500 at 2,600 by year-end, up 12% from today
  1. What Is the Most Important Financial Lesson?

    When it comes to learning lessons about your finances, it helps to think about the future.
  2. Why Johnny Depp and Mike Tyson Sued their Advisors

    Here's why Johnny Depp and Mike Tyson recently filed lawsuits against their former advisors.
  3. 3 Ways to Start Lowering Next Year's Tax Bill Now

    Here are three ways you can start to lower next year's tax bill.
  4. A Good Credit Score: Why Do You Need It?

    Your credit score can affect your ability to borrow money, buy a house or even get a job.
  5. How to Build Excellent Credit and Improve Your Credit Score

    There are several things you can do to protect and improve your credit score.
  6. 24 Investing Statistics You Need to Know

    When you are investing, keep these 25 investing statistics in mind.
  1. Home Depot Rally Looks Bearish Under The Hood (HD)

    Home Depot has posted a long series of nominally higher highs since November 2015 while shareholders have abandoned positions ...
  2. Tesla's Back: Use These ETFs (TSLA, GEX, QCLN)

    Tesla shares are soaring again and that is good news for these ETFs.
  3. Soup and Sandwich Stocks Test Investors' Appetites (CPB, SJM)

    Campbell Soup and JM Smucker earnings this week will test demand for high yield plays in a growth-oriented first-quarter ...
  4. Disruptive New Trading Platform Points Toward FX Emphasis in Asia

    What is Spark Systems, and how could it upend the FX world?
  5. Charts Suggest Energy and Agriculture are Heading Higher (XLE, PDBC)

    Bullish chart patterns on three key ETFs suggest that the energy and agriculture sectors are headed higher.
  6. BlackRock: March Interest Rate Hike Looks Likely (BLK)

    BlackRock predicts that the FED will raise interest rates next month, which, if true, should benefit financials and consumer ...
  1. Agios Pharmaceuticals 4Q Loss Beats Street (AGIO)

    Agios 4Q loss beat Wall Street loss expectations.
  2. Amazon to Parachute Land Drone-Delivered Packages (AMZN, GOOG)

    The Seattle company has been granted a patent to safely drop packages without landing its drones.
  3. United Technologies Will Fare Well Under Trump (UTX)

    United Technologies got shaken and stirred after President Trump criticized its Carrier division but should hit new highs ...
  4. Musk Reveals Details About His Boring Plan (TSLA, GOOGL)

    In a Bloomberg Businessweek interview, Tesla CEO Elon Musk detailed his plan to dig tunnels beneath Los Angeles' streets.
  5. Why Unilever Said No To Kraft's $50/shr Merger Offer (UL, KHC)

    When you look at the fundamentals, it's clear why Unilever said no to Kraft Heinz's $50/share offer.
  6. Verizon Buys Skyward: Expands Drone, IoT Offerings

    Verizon acquired privately held Skyward for an undisclosed price as it seeks to diversify.
  1. IMAX Shares Fall on Heavy Volume (IMAX)

    Sometimes no news is good news. That's not the case for IMAX.
  2. VenBio Blocks Immunomedics Deal (IMMU, SGEN)

    Citing undervaluation, VenBio has filed for an injunction to prevent the deal
  3. Prima BioMed Bets Big on Cancer Drug IMP321 (PBMD)

    Prima is running trials to treat breast cancer and skin cancer using combinations of its drug IMP321.
  4. AT&T Joins Unltd. Data War; Sprint Ups Offerings

    AT&T takes a page from Verizon, announcing it too will offer an unlimited data plans.
  5. Coca-Cola Just Hiked its Dividend By 5.7% (KO)

    While the soft drink giant has increased its dividend in the last 54 years, most metrics say they aren't safe.
  6. Get Ready to Buy the Dip on These Strong Stocks (JCOM, GSM)

    Dip strategies allow market players to enter strong uptrends at discount prices, but the technique requires solid technical ...
  1. Top Alternative Investments for Retirement

    Diversify your retirement portfolio with alternative investments – peer-to-peer lending, precious metals, even Bitcoins.
  2. How Working After Retirement Affects Social Security

    Working after retirement can positively affect your Social Security benefits.
  3. The Cost and Benefit of Investment Advice

    Investors benefit from working with fiduciary advisors and should understand the fees they charge.
  4. Immigrants Over 65 and Social Security Benefits

    Under some circumstances, the answer is yes. Here's how the rules work.
  5. Millennials Will Be Still Be Working at 75

    A recent study concludes that Millennials will have to work until age 75 to fund their retirement.
  6. Social Security

    A United States federal program of social insurance and benefits developed in 1935. The Social Security program's benefits ...
  1. Social Data

    Social data is information that social media users publicly share and that includes metadata such as the user’s location ...
  2. Cloud Security

    Cloud security is the protection of data stored online from theft, leakage and deletion.
  3. Are Fees Depleting Your Retirement Savings?  

    Each retirement account will have a fee associated with it. The key is to lower these fees as much as possible to maximize ...
  4. Brexit

    Brexit, an abbreviation of "British exit" that mirrors the term Grexit, refers to the possibility of Britain's withdrawal ...
  5. The Top 3 Blogging Tips for Financial Advisors

    Blogging is one of the easiest ways that financial advisors can attract and maintain clients.
  6. DOL Fiduciary Rule Explained as of Feb 3, 2017

    The Department of Labor (DOL) Fiduciary Rule is a new ruling that expands the “investment advice fiduciary” definition under ...
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