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  1. 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.
  2. Warren Buffett's Genius Celebrated in Adorable HBO Documentary (BRK.A)

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

    Terri Kallsen shares her journey from the classroom to leading Investor Services for Charles Schwab.
  4. 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.
  5. ResMed Reports Q2 Profit of $76.7M (RMD)

    ResMed on Monday released second-quarter revenue earnings of $530.4 million, which was an increase of 17 percent from the ...
  6. What Is the Value of an Academy Award?

    How much is an Academy Awards' Oscar statue worth? Less than you think.
  1. Healthier Credit Scores Point to Bullish Economy

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

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

    Here's what you should know about the digitization of the alternative investment industry.
  4. A Perspective on the End of the Fiduciary Rule

    Opponents of the fiduciary rule say it will make advice too expensive for smaller investors.
  5. The Trump Financial Euphoria: Fantasy vs. Reality

    It remains to be seen how Trump's election will ultimately affect the global and financial markets.
  6. Manufacturers Defy Trump, Move Jobs to Mexico

    Caterpillar is among the companies moving jobs to Mexico despite opposition from President Trump
  1. Pre-Qualified Vs. Pre-Approved - What's The Difference?

    These terms may sound the same, but they mean very different things for homebuyers.
  2. Student Debt: Women Owe More

    A new research study shows that women carry more student loan debt than men.
  3. 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.
  4. 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 ...
  5. 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?
  6. How Much Cash Should I Keep In The Bank?

    Which portion of your money belongs in a bank, not somewhere else?
  1. 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.
  2. 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 ...
  3. China's Confusing Relationship With Bitcoin

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

    MagneGas stock has been moving sideways, but could be setting up for a breakout.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  1. Philips Monitoring System Gets FDA Clearance (PHG)

    Philips got FDA clearance for an in-patient continuous monitoring system.
  2. Strong Steel ETF isn't Luring Many Investors (SLX)

    The steel exchange traded fund SLX is surging again, but investors aren't riveted.
  3. Macy's Initiatives Could Send Stock Higher (M)

    Macy's has attracted unusual buying interest despite lower share prices, in anticipation that activist shareholders will ...
  4. Jay Z's New Hustle: His Own Venture Capital Fund

    After some lucrative private investments, Jay Z is now looking to start his own VC fund.
  5. Apple Files Appeal Against EU Ruling (AAPL)

    Apple claims its taxes are attributable to the U.S., not Ireland. It also wants reimbursement from the EU for charges related ...
  6. In Korea, Costco to Sell 100% U.S. Beef (COST)

    Costco is the world's largest seller of beef and it might soon produce its own.
  1. ArQule Liver Cancer Drug Fails Phase 3 (ARQL)

    ArQule’s liver cancer drug ARQ 197 failed a late-stage clinical trial.
  2. Roche Sues Amgen Over Avastin Biosimilar (AMGN)

    Roche filed suit to fend off competition from Amgen’s biosimilar for its bestselling drug Avastin.
  3. Alexion Shelves Rare-Disease Drug SBC-103 (ALXN)

    Alexion has shelved its mucopolysaccharidosis drug SBC-103, which it acquired in 2015.
  4. Gilead Sells Anti-Addiction Drug to Amygdala (GILD)

    Gilead sold its GS-6637 drug and alcohol addiction medicine to Amygdala.
  5. ImmunoGen's 4Q Loss Wider Than Expected (IMGN)

    ImmunoGen failed to meet analysts' revenue and earnings estimates for the fourth quarter.
  6. Celgene MS Drug Reports Positive Phase 3 Data (CELG)

    Celgene’s multiple sclerosis drug ozanimod beat rival Avonex in a Phase 3 study.
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Best Investment Accounts for Young Investors

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

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

    Use these steps to have a financial caretaker in place before you really need one.
  1. 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.
  2. What Robo-Advisors Can and Can't Do for Investors

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

    Darknet markets, or cryptomarkets, are dark web sites with goods for sale.
  4. 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 ...
  5. About Investopedia's Advisor Insights

    For the many financial advisors who have shown interest in Investopedia's new Advisor Insights platform, here are answers ...
  6. How Wealthy Clients Use Robo-Advisors to Invest

    Most high-net-worth investors are choosing to use both humans and robos to manage their money.
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