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Fed contractors will feel first pinch of spending cuts.
One of the worst-case scenarios for parents saving for college is the belief they have expenses tackled, only to find out at the last minute they don't.
Unlike for the Oracle of Omaha, a market downturn can have lasting and irreversible consequences for individual investors.
As a result of Fed policy, retirees have been forced to find assets that will deliver higher levels of income. Here are some suggestions.
Short sale squeezes and central bank induced euphoria contribute to problems facing disciplined, conservative investors.
Having lived through the war over the fiscal cliff, the U.S. now faces the prospect of a fight over the debt ceiling.
Investing in the companies we all pay each month for basic services might seem boring, but it can pay off.
There's an ill wind blowing for 2013. Prepare now for a gloomy year.
Investors should hold onto their portfolios and first think through the variety of options and possibilities.
With President Obama re-elected it's back to discussing changes to the tax code and the effect on dividends.