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Warren Buffett says that 100 years from now, the DJIA will be "over 1 million." Is he out of his mind?
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Before making a charitable donation after a natural disaster, it's important to make sure your gift is going to a reputable organization. Here's how to check.
There's a natural impulse to donate after a natural disaster. But donating goods over money is not always the best idea.
Protesters are out in force right now. And while taking a stand is important in many ways, there are financial and personal risks to consider.
The Trump administration is holding the fiduciary rule in limbo. How could this affect you and your retirement?
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The EpiPen price hike is no special circumstance. Pharmaceutical companies are making bank on your illness, one pill at a time.
Bitcoin hit its highest valuation in 2013, and is less than half that today. Is there a future for the volatile cryptocurrency?
Donald Trump is making a buzz with his stances on everything, including money matters. How would his presidency affect your finances?
We all know the plight of Detroit, but the Motor City isn't the only American city to go BK. You might be surprised by these other bankrupt 'burgs.
Whether you're for or against net neutrality, the new rules covering Internet service could affect your finances. Find out what it may cost you.
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Even small investors can profit from the thawing of relations between the United States and Cuba. Here are five investments to consider.
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