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S&P 500, Nasdaq Notch New Records as Amazon, Microsoft Jump
By Keris Alison Lahiff | 04/24/15 - 4:08 PM EDT
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq close the week at all-time highs thanks to an earnings-driven rally.

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How to Make Money As a Whistleblower
By MainStreet | 06/10/14 - 10:35 PM EDT
The SEC has announced a new award out of its Office of the Whistleblower. Two informants will split $875,000 between them.
3 Amazing Clues That the Housing Market Recovery Has Abruptly Slowed
The U.S. housing market recovery has slowed, and not many average investors are taking notice. Sector-related stock prices have come under pressure. You should watch these THREE short videos that provide worrying clues on the state of housing right now.
Financial Advisor Background Checks Omit Crucial Information Under "Veil of Secrecy"
The FINRA BrokerCheck system excludes data regarding fraud, bankruptcies and more.
Why It's a Good Time to Relocate to Get Your Next Job
Best job opportunities may be found in Austin, Boulder, Springfield and Gainesville.
Minimum Wage Hike Could Cost 500,000 Jobs
But nearly 1 million workers could move above the federal poverty level.

Wealth Management

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Investing in Dividend Stocks in a Rising Interest Rate Environment
By Ellen Chang | 04/21/15 - 4:37 PM EDT
As the Federal Reserve prepares to hike interest rates later this year, maintaining dividend stocks in your 401(k) or IRA remains a sound investment.
Technology Won't Render Wall Street's Finest Obsolete Says Plumeri
Younger people may be technology savvy, but human beings will always like to speak to one another so financial advisers still play a valuable role.
Study Hard and You'll Become Financially Literate? Not So Fast
Investors are swamped with offerings from businesses that sponsor financial literacy websites and lectures, but is the public actually learning anything?
How Bad Are Americans When It Comes to Financial Literacy?
The results are in, and survey upon survey proves that Americans suffer from a painful lack of financial literacy.
Financial Literacy's Dark Side: It's Not Always Safe on Main Street
Financial literacy is meant to empower consumers to be smart with their money, save effectively and grow their wealth.

Advice From Financial Advisors

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Investing in Dividend Stocks in a Rising Interest Rate Environment
By Ellen Chang | 04/21/15 - 4:37 PM EDT
As the Federal Reserve prepares to hike interest rates later this year, maintaining dividend stocks in your 401(k) or IRA remains a sound investment.
Tips for Finding Out if You're Financially Ready to Buy a House
With 50 percent of Millennials living from paycheck to paycheck, owning a home is a daunting financial commitment.
Study Hard and You'll Become Financially Literate? Not So Fast
Investors are swamped with offerings from businesses that sponsor financial literacy websites and lectures, but is the public actually learning anything?
Going to Miss the Tax Filing Deadline? Here's What You Need to Do
If you're going to miss the deadline for filing your taxes, you have options -- but they're limited.
How Is My Credit Score Calculated? A Look Inside Your Risk Profile
It's a conundrum wrapped in riddle twisted in an enigma. How is your credit score calculated?

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