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Stocks Higher but Pull Back as Utilities Slide
By Keris Alison Lahiff | 06/03/15 - 12:21 PM EDT
Stocks pull back from highs by midday Wednesday as Treasury yields surge and utilities fall.

Practice Management

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Shark Tank’s Herjavec Still ‘Very, Very Bullish’ on U.S. Economy
By Bret Kenwell | 05/07/15 - 11:02 AM EDT
Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, who also runs an Internet security firm, says the U.S. still provides the best opportunity for people to get ahead — if they work hard enough.
How to Make Money As a Whistleblower
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.

Wealth Management

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5 Finance Mistakes Military Members Make and How to Remedy Them
By Ellen Chang | 06/03/15 - 11:55 AM EDT
Military members are prone to making the same financial mistakes as other consumers. Here are tips on how to remedy them.
Presidential Hopefuls Stir Voters with Talk of Raising the American Retirement Age
Most Republican candidates favor boosting the Social Security retirement age close to 70.
10 Compact and Subcompact Cars That Are Biggest in Cool for 2015
Sales of compact and subcompact cars keep climbing as automakers replace the econoboxes of yesteryear with roomy, tech-savvy rides.
Nazi Retirement Plan Halted: Criminals to Stop Receiving Millions in Benefits from U.S. Government
Social Security checks were issued to 133 Nazis and collaborators from 1962 until as recently as January.
Why Retirement Investors Should Ignore Stock Market Highs and Volatility
Long-term investors should not overreact but tread carefully amid the volatility.

Advice From Financial Advisors

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5 Finance Mistakes Military Members Make and How to Remedy Them
By Ellen Chang | 06/03/15 - 11:55 AM EDT
Military members are prone to making the same financial mistakes as other consumers. Here are tips on how to remedy them.
Presidential Hopefuls Stir Voters with Talk of Raising the American Retirement Age
Most Republican candidates favor boosting the Social Security retirement age close to 70.
10 Compact and Subcompact Cars That Are Biggest in Cool for 2015
Sales of compact and subcompact cars keep climbing as automakers replace the econoboxes of yesteryear with roomy, tech-savvy rides.
Nazi Retirement Plan Halted: Criminals to Stop Receiving Millions in Benefits from U.S. Government
Social Security checks were issued to 133 Nazis and collaborators from 1962 until as recently as January.
Why Retirement Investors Should Ignore Stock Market Highs and Volatility
Long-term investors should not overreact but tread carefully amid the volatility.

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DOW 18,080.31 +68.37 0.38%
S&P 500 2,113.88 +4.28 0.20%
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