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It's an perennial question in personal finance when it comes to retirement planning: should you get contribute to a Roth IRA or a traditional IRA?
Recon Capital CIO Kevin Kelly explains how British investments offer diversified exposure for American portfolios while hedging against some of the volatility in Europe.
As the marijuana industry expands in its legal and recreational markets, MedMen managing partner Adam Bierman has highlighted how pot businesses can reach the next level.
FHA loans can be an enticing option for first-time homebuyers.
For consumers, refinancing usually calls to mind home mortgages, especially in this low interest environment. But should you refinance your auto loan?
It's a conundrum wrapped in riddle twisted in an enigma. How is your credit score calculated?
With the dollar trading at its highest level against the euro since 2003, wealthy Americans can likely snag bargains on European supercars.
Pre-workday morning raves are all the rage for urban professionals with companies like Daybreaker and Morning Gloryville gaining momentum across the country and world. Brands are capitalizing on this fad.
Alcohol-free morning dance parties like those from Daybreaker are all the rage for Millennials, but do these smoothie-fueled shin-digs really pump workers up for the day?