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Special Features

  1. Expert2Expert

    After years of calm, market turbulence has returned. For advisors, volatility presents a challenge, but also an opportunity. In Expert2Expert, Investopedia hosts two advisors discussing their clients' concerns and the moments where they add value.
  2. Taking the Leap

    Investopedia follows Kristen Howard, owner of Uncle Funky's Skateboards, as she uses QuickBooks to save time, streamline her business and grow.
  3. My Financial Firsts

    Whether you're growing your business or starting a family, facing new life or career stages can be challenging. Investopedia's My Financial Firsts series, sponsored by First Citizens Bank, helps you navigate critical money management transitions on your terms.
  4. How Well Do You Know ETFs?

    ETFs continue to grow in popularity, but many investors don’t know where to start. Take our quiz below to test your ETF knowledge and learn more about how ETFs can help you reach your investment goals.
  5. 25 Words to Go Public

    Careful thought, preparation and planning are the key to taking your company public. Investopedia's "25 Words to Go Public" guide helps company leaders understand the critical mechanics of the process, from IPO Valuation and Direct Listings, to DMMs and Bookrunners. Do you know all 25?
  6. The Takeaway

    In order to be a successful trader, it's important to learn from your mistakes. Our lessons learned series is designed to help you analyze your trading style — and understand what it means in light of this week's market.
  7. The ESG Investing Guide

    Curious about enviromental, social and governance-based investment strategies? Learn more about the value, goals and unique characteristics of these impact-focused investments.
  8. Investopedia Anxiety Index

    The Investopedia Anxiety Index (IAI) is a gauge of investor sentiment based on the behavior of tens of millions of Investopedia readers around the world. A reading of 100 is considered "neutral".
  9. Life Stages

    Get the information you need to make informed decisions about every stage of life, from buying your first home to saving for - and enjoing - your retirement.