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Do Alternative Investments Belong in Your Portfolio?

Most Americans are familiar with stocks and bonds. The 401k has helped put millions of new investors in the market. Yet overall, the numbers still ...

Who Lives Paycheck to Paycheck? The Answer May Surprise You

Living paycheck to paycheck is hardly an unusual experience in America. According to a 2014 study by the Brookings Institute, one-third of all American families spend all ...

Avoid this Common Portfolio Killer

Would you rather win a dollar -- or not lose a dollar you already have?  If you're in any way typical, the answer is the former. Losing money always seems ...

Want to Maximize Long-term Wealth? Consider These Career Moves

When we think about building wealth, we often think about saving more. Or investing more. And it's true -- those are certainly two valuable components in any wealth ...

Don't Know What To Do About Recent Market Turbulence? Read This.

There's never been a better time to be in the stock market -- if you have a taste for chaos. China's hamfisted, bungling efforts to prop up its own plunging markets ...

Are Bonds a Risky Bet?

The stock market has certainly given investors plenty to think about lately. China's turbulence. Sky high valuations. The looming specter of an interest rate ...

Can a Single Index Card Lead to Wealth and Security?

Shakespeare once famously wrote "brevity is the soul of wit." Does this preference for concision also apply to financial success? One prominent social ...

What the Chinese Stock Market Crisis Means to You

It wasn't that long ago that China was the "sick man" of Asia.  The world was industrializing -- yet China was an inward-looking, slumbering giant. That notion ...

Why You Shouldn't Worry About Higher Interest Rates

For years, U.S. investors have had a major ally in the Federal Reserve. Benchmark interest rates have been at zero. The Fed pumped billions of dollars into the economy each ...

The Stock Market Fantasy Some Investors Just Can't Seem to Shake

In medieval Europe, fortune telling was big business. Those who claimed psychic ability would often peer into molten wax to divine the future. That changed when Dutch ...

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