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Surviving the stock market ride

Investors can get whipsawed by the stock market at times. Experts tell how to enjoy the ride. Read more

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Conquer market volatility forever

Bad behavior by the stock market is inevitable. Here's how to brace for a wild ride.Read more

Spot sneaky investment fees

Don't let investing fees eat up your gains. Beware these costs that can shrink your return.Read more

Mutual fund or ETF: Which is better?

Each has pros and cons. Learn the trade-offs in selecting ETFs versus mutual funds.Read more

Top errors when picking an adviser

Before you let an adviser manage your hard-earned money, be sure to check these things.Read more

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2 savvy ETF investing strategies

These funds can protect your portfolio from rising interest rates or currency variations.Read more

Should you invest in ETFs?

These funds -- which hold a basket of investments -- trade like stocks, but are they right for everyone?Read more

Mutual fund or ETF: Which is better?

Each has pros and cons. Learn the trade-offs in selecting ETFs versus mutual funds.Read more

Robo-adviser: Better than human?

Robo-advisers certainly are cheaper than human advisers. Are they better?Read more

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Defining debt-to-equity ratio

You'll need this number to get a good snapshot of a company's financial health.Read more

10 coolest stock certificates

These old paper stock certificates are both investing documents and works of art.Read more

A lifetime of investing for retirement

Just as you change over the decades, so should your retirement investing strategy.Read more

ABCs of IRAs: IRAs for newbies

Don't know how an IRA works? It's much easier to understand than you may think.Read more

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Join the accredited investor club

the U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly (347-8) in early February to approve changing the definition of who is an accredited investor. An accredited investor is qualified to buy exempt securities -- securities not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  ... Read more

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