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By Paul Solman
What really chips away at your savings when you invest in an actively managed fund is how much your manager charges.
By Teresa Ghilarducci
Go ask for that bonus or that raise.
By Sallie Krawcheck
Just as a fall in Sotheby’s shares signals confidence is receding, a spike in gold prices points to a rise in fear.
By Vikram Mansharamani
What do Oprah Winfrey and Warren Buffett have in common? They are both calculated risk takers.
By Denise Cummins
By Kristen Doerer
Personal finance doesn’t have to be complicated, say journalist Helaine Olen and University of Chicago professor Harold Pollack. Their new book, “The Index Card,” asserts that all the financial information you need could fit on one 3-by-5-inch index card.
By Terry Burnham
Terry Burnham is the “Chicken Little” of finance because of his repeated calls that the Dow will plummet. So how does Burnham invest his own money?…
By PBS NewsHour
What’s the best way to predict who will win the 2016 election? The answer may not be polls or pundits, but market forces. Predictit is a website that allows people to buy shares in a given candidate’s support in a…
Millions of baby boomers who are set to retire over the next few years may someday regret that they did not pay more attention to the tax implications of their mutual fund investments during their working lives.
You might think of economist Terry Burnham as the "Chicken Little of Finance." That's because he's repeatedly argued that the Dow will hit 5,000 before it hits 20,000. Since he first made that forecast in the summer of 2013, the…
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