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  1. 6 Outrageous Billionaire Purchases

    From costly pigeons to billion-dollar houses, we'll look at six of the most outrageous billionaire purchases.
  2. How Do You Flip a Home?

    Flipping (also called wholesale real estate investing) is a type of real estate investment strategy in which an investor ...
  3. How to Break Your Bad Financial Habits

    For individuals and families to hold their own and build equity for retirement, they need to commit to responsible spending ...
  4. Hedge Fund Fortunes Change, High-Rolling Culture Doesn't

    The lavish lifestyles of hedge fund employees have persisted, even as returns have dwindled.
  5. Dutch Regulator Mistakenly Reveals All Soros Short Positions Since 2012

    A website error resulted in a disclosure of every short trade in its records since 2012.
  6. George Soros' Philanthropy Has Deep Personal Roots

    Soros's own experiences lead him to donate with his conscience.
  1. 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.
  2. Square

    Square helps small businesses accept credit cards, track sales and inventory and even obtain financing.
  3. Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL)

    CASL is a professional designation for financial advisors who have demonstrated a commitment to helping clients who are older ...
  4. A Key Trump-Rally Indicator Starts to Crack

    Investors anticipate that inflation and GDP growth won't rise nearly as fast under Trump as expected
  5. Five Questions to Ask About Your Company's 401(k) Plan

    Having a comfortable retirement depends on taking maximum advantage of your company's 401(k), if it's offered.
  6. How to Mess Up Retirement and Not Even Know It

    If you’re putting in the work to build your retirement, don't mess it up with costly mistakes.
  1. Why Marriage Makes Financial Sense

    Getting married has many financial positives. Here are some of them.
  2. Yellen Sees More Rate Hikes With Economic Growth

    Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who plans to complete her term as chair, expects more interest rate hikes on continued economic growth.
  3. Lien

    The legal right of a creditor to sell the collateral property of a debtor who fails to meet the obligations of a loan contract. ...
  4. Not-At-Fault Accidents Costing Drivers

    Lower income drivers are penalized more for not-at-fault accidents.
  5. 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 ...
  6. How Does My Part-time Job Affect Social Security?

    Social Security benefits mean a lot to retirees' finances. Having a job, even part-time, can complicate matters if certain ...
  1. China's Confusing Relationship With Bitcoin

    Chinese Bitcoin exchanges halted withdrawals last week. What is going on between the country and the currency?
  2. MagneGas Stock Could Move Upward Soon (MNGA)

    MagneGas stock has been moving sideways, but could be setting up for a breakout.
  3. S&P 500 Hits $20 Trillion on Halo Effect of Anticipated Tax Breaks

    The market is really excited about stuff that hasn't happened yet.
  4. FXCM Reports Profitability in Operations Abroad (FXCM)

    FXCM said its American operations were driving net incomes lower, and the firm may be more profitable without them.
  5. Three Finance Stocks to Benefit from A Revised Tax Plan (SCHW, TROW)

    Financial stocks that are in the best position to benefit from proposed tax changes include T. Rowe Price, Charles Schwab ...
  6. Fed Vice Chair Warns on Lower Capital Requirements (XLF, .INX)

    Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer says reducing Frank-Dodd capital requirements for banks would put the financial system at ...
  1. Biotech ETF Investors are Still on the Sidelines (IBB, XBI, XLV)

    Biotech ETFs are surging, but investors aren't taking the bait. Not yet, at least.
  2. IMAX Shares Fall on Heavy Volume (IMAX)

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

    Citing undervaluation, VenBio has filed for an injunction to prevent the deal
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  1. NVIDIA Shares Are Off Highs And Heading Lower (NVDA)

    Shares of the chip and multimedia software company are down nearly 11% since it reported its quarterly results last week. ...
  2. Auto Delinquency Rates Near 2008 Highs (F, KMX)

    Auto delinquency rates edge close to the peak reached during the height of the financial crisis, fueling speculation that ...
  3. SoftBank to Buy Fortress Investment for $3 Billion (FIG, SFTBY)

    With an eye toward U.S. investments, Japan's SoftBank is snapping up Fortress Investment Group.
  4. Nelson Peltz's Trian 13F Filing Shows Big Bet on Procter & Gamble (PG)

    Nelson Peltz's substantial investment in P&G could help the company make overdue acquisitions, as well as speed up cost-cutting.
  5. Ford Outmaneuvers GM in Europe (F, GM)

    Ford wins bragging rights over its bitter rival General Motors after making a success out of its European business.
  6. How Zombie Retailers Are Dragging Down the Industry (SHLD, M)

    Zombie retailers, which are living on the edge of bankruptcy, are undermining healthier retailers.
  1. Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL)

    CASL is a professional designation for financial advisors who have demonstrated a commitment to helping clients who are older ...
  2. Five Questions to Ask About Your Company's 401(k) Plan

    Having a comfortable retirement depends on taking maximum advantage of your company's 401(k), if it's offered.
  3. How to Mess Up Retirement and Not Even Know It

    If you’re putting in the work to build your retirement, don't mess it up with costly mistakes.
  4. Best Investment Accounts for Young Investors

    What are the best investment accounts for young investors? A few types to consider.
  5. What You Should Know About IRA Beneficiaries: Part 1

    It's important to give serious consideration to your IRA beneficiary designations.
  6. What Divorcees Should Know About New Social Security Rules

    The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 has changed the way ex-spouses can claim Social Security benefits.
  1. Stripe

    Stripe wants to expand e-commerce by making it easy for companies to process online transactions.
  2. Kensho

    Kensho combines natural language search, graphical user interfaces, and cloud computing to take data analytics to a new level.
  3. SoundHound to Advance AI to Beat Tech Giants (AMZN, GOOGL)

    SoundHound raised $75 million to keep competing against tech giants for artificial intelligence supremacy.
  4. Cloud Hijacking

    Cloud hijacking is the breaking into or taking over of the cloud account of an individual, business or other organization ...
  5. Facebook Rally May Be Short-Lived (FB)

    Facebook is trying to break out following another solid earnings report but past history suggest that buying pressure and ...
  6. Tech ETFs Boosted by Apple, Facebook (QQQ, TQQQ)

    Tech sector ETFs remain top performers in the market but are down slightly in early morning trading.
Hot Definitions
  1. Treynor Ratio

    A ratio developed by Jack Treynor that measures returns earned in excess of that which could have been earned on a riskless ...
  2. Buyback

    The repurchase of outstanding shares (repurchase) by a company in order to reduce the number of shares on the market. Companies ...
  3. Tax Refund

    A tax refund is a refund on taxes paid to an individual or household when the actual tax liability is less than the amount ...
  4. Gross Domestic Product - GDP

    The monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period, ...
  5. Inflation

    The rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising and, consequently, the purchasing power of ...
  6. Merchandising

    Merchandising is any act of promoting goods or services for retail sale, including marketing strategies, display design and ...
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