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Speculative investments allow investors to avoid some uncertainty by locking in prices.
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Americans shun the potential for higher returns from stocks, according to Bankrate's survey.
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Savings bonds are now bought and redeemed mainly online. Find out how it's done.
Europe still offers good places to put your money, despite some countries' messy finances.
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Barry Fey, concert promoter of rock legends, shares investment stories and advice.
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Don't fear the international investment reaper. There's still money to be made in Europe.
International stocks are for all investors, from college graduates to grandmothers.
International stocks may be the most fruitful investments in the global marketplace.
Unless you can predict the future, you should invest in European securities.
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You might call it "speculating" in penny stocks. Check this list of downsides before buying.
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An investment boo-boo can't just be kissed and made better.
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