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  1. 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 ...
  2. 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 ...
  3. Hedge Fund Fortunes Change, High-Rolling Culture Doesn't

    The lavish lifestyles of hedge fund employees have persisted, even as returns have dwindled.
  4. 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.
  5. George Soros' Philanthropy Has Deep Personal Roots

    Soros's own experiences lead him to donate with his conscience.
  6. 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.
  1. 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
  2. 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.
  3. Square

    Square helps small businesses accept credit cards, track sales and inventory and even obtain financing.
  4. 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 ...
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  1. Mortgage

    A debt instrument, secured by the collateral of specified real estate property, that the borrower is obliged to pay back ...
  2. 4 Risky Moves People Are Making to Buy a Home

    A new study from Owners.com suggests that Americans may be willing to make some risky moves to buy a home in 2017. Here are ...
  3. 9 Gentrifying Neighborhoods in the Bay Area

    There are a number of gentrifying neighborhoods in the Bay Area, which is home to some of the highest rents and home prices ...
  4. Timeshares: Dream Vacation or Money Pit?

    This popular real estate product has its advantages, but don't expect to make a profit.
  5. 5 Things Debt Collectors Are Forbidden To Do

    You may owe money, but you still have rights. Know what's illegal.
  6. Should You Let Turbo Tax Share Your Data?

    Should you let TurboTax share your data? Possible reward: great deals on student loan refinancing. But there are issues.
  1. Two Retail Superstars Face February Reality Checks (ROST, TJX)

    Discount retailers Ross Stores and TJ Maxx report earnings in February, with unrealistically high expectations raising odds ...
  2. Three Biotechs With Bullish Basing Patterns (SGEN, BLUE)

    Biotech stocks have roared back to life since industry executives met with the new president, allowing the group to play ...
  3. Triangle Patterns Suggest These 3 ETFs Are Headed Higher (XLV, EWJ)

    Bullish chart patterns such as the popular ascending triangle suggest that the bulls are in control. Watch these stocks: ...
  4. These REITS Continue to Perform Strongly (CIM, MFA)

    These REITs are offering great yields, attractive P/E ratios and strong price momentum to the upside.
  5. Chart of the Week: The Relationship Between Tax Reform and the Reflation Trade

    Richard explains what U.S. corporate tax reform could mean for the reflationary environment already in place before last ...
  6. Implied Volatility: Buy Low and Sell High

    This value is an essential ingredient in the option pricing recipe.
  1. Commercial Real Estate Loans

    Obtaining a commercial real estate loan is quite different from borrowing for residential real estate. Here's what to expect ...
  2. BioTime Reports $56M Non-Cash Gain (BTX,OCX)

    BioTime will post a non-cash gain on the deconsolidation of its OncoCyte unit.
  3. Amgen Gets EU Nod for Monthly Repatha Dose (AMGN)

    Amgen expects to launch the monthly-dose version of the cholesterol drug in the EU later this year.
  4. Qualcomm Files Injunction to Throw Out KFTC Fine

    Qualccomm filed a injunction in South Korea to get the KFTC's fine thrown out.
  5. What to Watch Out for in Tesla's Earnings Today (TSLA)

    The electric car maker surprised the markets by reporting a profitable quarter last year. Will it repeat the feat again?
  6. Qualcomm: New Wi-Fi Chip Addresses IoT Deluge

    Qualcomm launched a new Wi-Fi chip aimed at the IoT market as it aims to move beyond smartphones.
  1. Top 4 Inverse ETFs for a Bear Market in 2017

    These 4 bear market ETFs will keep you safe when the market drops. Being inverse ETFs, they could make money if the market ...
  2. Study: US Spirits Gain Market Share Against Beer

    The Distilled Spirits Council says beer is losing out to spirits for the seventh consecutive year.
  3. Apparel Retailer Earnings to Watch for This Week

    After a period of decline, these two retailers are hoping to maintain long-term viability.
  4. Kate Spade Up for Grabs, Shares Up on Sale Talk

    Analysts call the New York-based fashion brand an 'attractive acquisition target.'
  5. Snap's Spectacles Now Available to General Public

    The startup is releasing its first hardware product to a wider audience, but a WSJ report says the product has failed to ...
  6. Fitbit to Report Earnings: How It Will Grow Again?

    Fitbit reports December earnings Wednesday; investors are hoping it will surprise on the upside.
  1. How Working After Retirement Affects Social Security

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

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

    Under some circumstances, the answer is yes. Here's how the rules work.
  4. 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.
  5. Social Security

    A United States federal program of social insurance and benefits developed in 1935. The Social Security program's benefits ...
  6. 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 ...
  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.
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  1. Down Round

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    An economic theory of total spending in the economy and its effects on output and inflation. Keynesian economics was developed ...
  3. Portfolio Investment

    A holding of an asset in a portfolio. A portfolio investment is made with the expectation of earning a return on it. This ...
  4. Treynor Ratio

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

    The repurchase of outstanding shares (repurchase) by a company in order to reduce the number of shares on the market. Companies ...
  6. 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 ...
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