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17 min ago | ABS-CBN News
MANILA, Philippines - Nobel Prize winner and renowed physicist Albert Einstein is widely rumored to have once said that the most powerful force in the universe is compound interest.
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2 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha
The stories are everywhere, and many are proclaiming that the S&P is at a "major top" and about to enter into a new bear market.
6 hrs ago | Alabama Live
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- You can sharpen your savings savvy and investing know-how at the the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library this spring.
10 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
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15 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Bart is a single guy with lots of money questions as he nears his 50th birthday.
Q: We have been saving money on a monthly basis for our 4-year-old granddaughter's education.
Gold is back on the rise after dropping like lead last year. Although it has recovered just a portion of its steep loss from 2013, the shift in momentum has been enough to halt the stampede of investors from gold-related funds.
New Delhi, March 15: Maruti Suzuki India today said it would seek the approval of minority shareholders for its plan to outsource a new plant in Gujarat to its Japanese parent Suzuki Motor.
The stock market opened with modest losses, but made a quick recovery with help from most sectors; however, the S&P 500 was unable to make a sustained move above the 1852 level, which marked the session high for the benchmark index.
This past year has seen a firestorm of criticism casting 401 s as mostly terrible.
John C. Bogle is the founder and retired CEO of The Vanguard Group,, the largest mutual fund organization in the world, comprising more than 160 mutual funds with current assets totaling more than $1.4 trillion.
The past five years have eliminated a major diversification risk for Canadian investors and replaced it with another, more subtle problem.
Investors who missed out on bond sales from Puerto Rico, California and Chicago this week will have even fewer chances to add new debt as issuance is poised for a record decline.
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The 4% plan incorporated as a new, $1 million perpetual income portfolio that only uses ETFs in an effort to mitigate risk.
In each of the past few years, investors have had to pore through roughly 150 new exchange-traded funds annually in search of the one or two that really hold appeal.
Most investors know exchange-traded funds as passive, index-based investments that give them a chance to buy into a market, from the S&P 500 to health-care stocks, without worrying the fund manager is going to make a wrong-way pick on the next Enron.