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Summer Reading: The End of Easy

Summer Reading: The End of Easy

Here's an excerpt from The Buckets of Money Retirement Solution by Raymond J. Lucia.

Summer Reading: Management Commitment

Summer Reading: Management Commitment

Read an excerpt from the book Bury My Heart at Conference Room B by Stan Slap.

Mortgage Woes: No Help for the Responsible?

Lowering rates for those who are current on bills -- vs. those who are delinquent -- is a simple mechanism to inject more money into the this flailing economy.

Summer Reading: Portfolio 'Ingredients'

Summer Reading: Portfolio 'Ingredients'

Here's an excerpt from 7Twelve: A Diversified Investment Portfolio with a Plan by Craig L. Israelsen.

Summer Reading: Don't Be Financially Stupid

Summer Reading: Don't Be Financially Stupid

The First Rule of Finance is to live within your means by spending no more than 80% of your take-home pay.

Summer Reading: The Alpha Game

Summer Reading: The Alpha Game

Read an excerpt from More Money Than God by Sebastian Mallaby.

Summer Reading: Oil Is Running Out

Summer Reading: Oil Is Running Out

In Seizing Power, Robert Slater writes that competition for oil is making the world a more dangerous place.

Financial Reform: The Devil Is in the Details

Financial Reform: The Devil Is in the Details

Attention now turns to regulators for the issuance of more than 200 separate sets of regulations mandated by the new law.

Summer Reading: Calling Wall Street's Bluff

Summer Reading: Calling Wall Street's Bluff

In her book Confidence Game, Christine Richard recounts a hedge fund manager's epic battle with bond insurers.

Apple, AT&T and Antitrust

Apple, AT&T and Antitrust

In California, a federal judge has ruled that an antitrust class action suit can proceed against Apple and AT&T. What have those companies done to warrant being hauled into court?