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Advice on surviving a stock market decline

Sweden’s population is among the highest when it comes to stock market participation.

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Why you can't count on scholarships to put your child through college.

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"What if the market goes down another 30 percent? How are you going to feel? The key is for people to understand how much risk they can take and how much they can afford to lose."

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Heritage Capital chief Paul Schatz still sees the 30-stock composite Dow hitting 30,000 by the Fourth of July.

Adena Friedman wants more companies back in the public market so regular investors have a shot at the riches.

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Yes, there will be more market corrections, recessions and economic downturns. And people will lose money, especially if they act emotionally, Jeremy Siegel says.

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Why the uptick in long-term interest rates might just be a good thing.

Post columnist Michelle Singletary offers her advice and answers your questions.

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What to do when the stock market slumps.

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Navigating role reversal between a parent and an adult child can be draining on your emotions and on your pocket.

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Retirees share the relief they feel having paid off their mortgages before retirement.

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In other fun with numbers: Why the Benioffs will pay a good bit more than advertised for Time

Can it be fixed? As one observer put it: “We’re talking about turning around an aircraft carrier in high seas.”

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Families have to save even more if they want to eliminate or greatly reduce reliance on student loans.

Post columnist Michelle Singletary offers her advice and answers your questions.

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The burden of student loans is delaying homeownership for many.

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Why you should think twice before applying for credit

H. Lawrence Culp, former chief executive of Danaher Corp., will replace John Flannery.

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There are good reasons to pay off your mortgage before you retirement.

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