Monthly Archives: January 2018

Investors lulled by gains see sharp loss over two days — then a rebound.

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This party-charging thing is indicative of an American culture in which people want to do things they can't afford.

The 2018 tax season is officially open — and with the season comes the scams.

The move is just the latest example of the Trump administration's overhaul of the watchdog agency.

"It turns out that millennials are actually just as good, or better, than other generations when it comes to managing money."

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Bitcoin is "akin to gambling at a casino, betting on the horses at the racetrack or buying lottery tickets."

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Many experts say the 4 percent rule may help your money stretch further.

Where does Berkshire Hathaway go from here?

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It often doesn’t take much for investors to become panicky.

Dow climbs a record 1,000 points in seven sessions.

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