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4 Real Estate Crowdfunding Trends You Should Be Watching

Crowdfunding has been a disruptive force for real estate investing. Here are the top trends shaping its future.

Social Data Tools Provide Investing Intel Before Analysts Can

The ultimate value of a company isn’t determined by analysts, traders or stock charts, but rather by the consumers that choose to buy the company’s products, or not. Consumers are speaking out loud and clear. All investors need to do is listen to them. Here's how it works.

7 Signs Your Friends Could Wreck Your Finances

Most of us have at least one friend who always pushes our financial limits - whether they know it or not. But it's not always because they mean you harm, the experts say. Sometimes your friends just don’t know any better. Other times, it's because they're awful with money themselves.

Best Rewards Credit Cards for Newbies

With cash-back and various travel perks available to those who pursue them, it’s no wonder people sign up for rewards credit cards in droves. But if you’ve never had a rewards card it’s best to keep a few things in mind. Rewards cards only make sense if you are free of credit...

Ask Larry: What Should My Wife File For And When?

Today’s column explores the timing of benefits for married couples, the family maximum and the availability of divorced spousal benefits.

3 Investing Mistakes Millennials Make

We all make mistakes. It’s true when it comes to managing money or managing relationships. But avoiding investing mistakes early in life can give us a huge leg up in life. We are better off in the long run if we start early and invest often. Yet, many millennials aren’t moving forward with investing like […]

Using Reverse Mortgages In A Responsible Retirement Income Plan

Though reverse mortgages have long held a bad reputation, research and public policy in recent years are shedding new light on their potential uses in retirement.

Ask Farnoosh: How to Help My S.O. with His Debt?

Dear Farnoosh, My significant other has a lot of credit card debt. I want to help him, but avoid handing over cash from my savings. What’s a smart way to support him that benefits the both of us in the long run? I see us getting married and want to secure our future to the […]

5 Essential Investing Moves for Millennials

Research shows millennials are strong savers, but hesitant to invest. These five investing moves will be crucial to their financial success.

4 Legendary Investor Picks For The Trump Rally

Value investors should look past the latest headlines in search of business fundamentals and concrete metrics. Here are four stocks that score well based on the John Neff value investing model.

Thumbs Down: The 10 Worst States For High Earners

High earners who live in these taxing states can expect a big bill at tax time. It could get worse. In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling to extend New York’s 2009 “temporary” millionaire’s income tax through 2020, and Assembly Democrats want a new 10% top rate for $100-million-plus [...]

Thumbs Up: The 10 Best States For High Earners

People are proactively going to states with either no income tax or lower taxes.

The Best Places To Retire Without A Car

New Forbes list considers walkability, public transit, availability of Uber and Lyft, as well as crime, to identify 25 top cities for carless living.

15 Simple Driving Tactics That Will Save You Surprising Money (and Time, Too)

One of my biggest financial frustrations is stopping at a gas station. You dump fuel in your car, spend $40 or more, and then all you do is burn that fuel getting to where you need to be. It just goes up in smoke, literally. Whenever I see something that I’ve spent my hard-earned money on just disappearing like that, I want to conserve it. Show More Summary

How Traders And Investors Can Thrive In Low Volatility Markets

Traders and investors are struggling with low volatility markets. Here are four ways to succeed when markets are seemingly not moving.

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