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Stock Market Today: Stocks Flat to Higher, Gold Falls on Inflation Data
Stock Market Today: Stocks Flat to Higher, Gold Falls on Inflation Data
By Antoine Gara | 10/22/14 - 11:20 AM EDT
U.S. stocks were little changed on Wednesday as third-quarter earnings continued to roll in and consumer price data showed below-trend inflation amid rising housing market activity in the U.S.

Practice Management

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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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5 Common Mistakes 401(k) Investors Make
By MainStreet | 06/13/14 - 1:16 PM EDT
See if you share these common misconceptions.
Millennials are Spending Half of Their Paychecks to Pay Down Debt
But somehow student loans are not at the top of their list of pressing debts.
The Rich Get Richer: U.S. Gains 1 Million More Millionaires
More than 7 million Americans are now millionaires.
5 Investing Mistakes Millionaires Make -- But They're Still Rich
These errors may seem familiar, but wealthy investors seem to overcome them.
"Dark Pool" Stock Trades Revealed to the Public for the First Time
Private trades among the largest Wall Street firms are exposed.

Advice From Financial Advisors

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If Your Mortgage Is Too High, This Idea Could Save You Thousands
By Ross Kenneth Urken | 10/15/14 - 9:13 AM EDT
Homeowners can save thousands of dollars when they work with counselor to get their mortgages modified and decrease their odds of defaulting again.
Can Wall Street Protect the Elderly From Getting Scammed?
Wall Street says it wants to help seniors with diminished capacity who are getting fleeced by scammers, but can we trust brokers to do the job?
4 Ways Men and Women Approach Finance Differently
Starting with the first conversation, women want, need and deserve distinct treatment in financial advice.
4 Overlooked International Stocks That Could Outdo U.S. Counterparts
Always consider international companies that are comparable to their U.S. counterparts to see if one or the other might give your portfolio an edge up on pure domestic plays.
It's OK to Let Your Financial Adviser Be Your Therapist
Experts say not all money matters are black and white, and confiding in a trusted expert isn't just acceptable -- it's encouraged.
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