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  1. Are Your Heirs Stuck with Your Charity Pledges?

    How to avoid a court battle over whether your estate is required to pay the charity pledges you made.
  2. Economics of Owning a Beach House

    Discover how property taxes, insurance costs, climate and other risks can affect the cost of owning a beach house and what ...
  3. Deutsche Bank May Spin Off Asset Management Unit (DB)

    Germany's largest investment bank may turn its asset management business into a new public firm.
  4. Warren Buffett's Genius Celebrated in Adorable HBO Documentary (BRK.A)

    The gajillionaire is portrayed as humble, but lovable – and also a little weird.
  5. Terri Kallsen: Inside Track

    Terri Kallsen shares her journey from the classroom to leading Investor Services for Charles Schwab.
  6. Peter Thiel Has New Zealand Citizenship Says Report (FB)

    The controversial investor and Trump advisor seems to have taken a liking to the island country.
  1. 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
  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. Healthier Credit Scores Point to Bullish Economy

    Credit scores indicate that consumers may be back on their feet after the Great Recession.
  5. Best Investment Accounts for Young Investors

    What are the best investment accounts for young investors? A few types to consider.
  6. How Tech is Changing Alternative Investments

    Here's what you should know about the digitization of the alternative investment industry.
  1. 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.
  2. 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. ...
  3. Not-At-Fault Accidents Costing Drivers

    Lower income drivers are penalized more for not-at-fault accidents.
  4. 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 ...
  5. 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 ...
  6. Should I Pay Down a Mortgage or Invest the Money?

    Does it make sense to pay down a mortgage or invest that money instead?
  1. AT&T Winding Up for Major Breakout (T, TWX)

    AT&T could head much higher in coming months even if the proposed merger with Time Warner (TWX) falls apart.
  2. Energy Funds Set to Post New Highs (XLE, XOP)

    Crude oil has settled comfortably in the 50s and should head into the lower-60s in coming weeks, underpinning strong rallies ...
  3. Commodity Stocks Still Presenting Buying Signals (BHP, APC)

    A handful of commodity stocks continue to offer short-term trading opportunities as they move higher within a trend channel.
  4. Fashion Week: A Snapshot

    New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and provides and economic windfall for the city.
  5. New York Fashion Week: A Snapshot (KORS)

    New York Fashion Week brings a whirlwind of economic activity to New York City.
  6. NVIDIA Ascending Triangle Points to Upcoming Volatility (NVDA, AMD)

    NVIDIA's ascending triangle is both a warning and an opportunity.
  1. 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.
  2. Verizon Buys Skyward: Expands Drone, IoT Offerings

    Verizon acquired privately held Skyward for an undisclosed price as it seeks to diversify.
  3. 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.
  4. IMAX Shares Fall on Heavy Volume (IMAX)

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

    Citing undervaluation, VenBio has filed for an injunction to prevent the deal
  6. 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.
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. How Zombie Retailers Are Dragging Down the Industry (SHLD, M)

    Zombie retailers, which are living on the edge of bankruptcy, are undermining healthier retailers.
  4. Qualcomm CEO: Apple Lawsuit Will Be Settled

    Qualcomm CEO says he expects to settle the lawsuit with Apple out of court.
  5. German Supermarket Giant Lidl Makes its U.S. Debut

    The Euro chain plans to take on the U.S. by offering a streamlined shopping experience.
  6. Top 4 Long-Term Infrastructure Stocks for 2017

    President Trump is promising major infrastructure spending, and these long-term infrastructure stocks are positioned to outperform.
  1. 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.
  2. Best Investment Accounts for Young Investors

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

    It's important to give serious consideration to your IRA beneficiary designations.
  4. 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.
  5. Establishing a Financial Caretaker for Old Age

    Use these steps to have a financial caretaker in place before you really need one.
  6. Will You Pay Social Security Taxes After Retirement?

    Social Security taxes are paid regardless of age, but paying taxes on SSA benefits depends on MAGI.
  1. How Cloud Computing Can Benefit Fintech Companies

    The cloud is growing more secure, allowing fintech companies to better manage their businesses and serve their customers. ...
  2. Trump, Healthcare and Insurers: What Comes Next

    Here's how Donald Trump's plans to radically overhaul health insurance could impact insurance firms.
  3. Amazon Earnings Puts Spotlight on Retail ETFs

    Amazon comprises a big part of FDN, XLY and RTH, making the e-commerce giant's earnings a significant event for these ETFs.
  4. What Robo-Advisors Can and Can't Do for Investors

    Despite their technological sophistication, there are limitations to what robo-advisors can do.
  5. Darknet Market (Cryptomarket)

    Darknet markets, or cryptomarkets, are dark web sites with goods for sale.
  6. Disaster Recovery Site

    A disaster recovery site, also known as a backup site, is a place that a company can temporarily relocate to following a ...
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