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This basic quiz can tell you whether you have an adequate understanding of investment fundamentals.
The Fed has proven itself extremely cautious about rate policy, but that caution is becoming more and more costly to savings accounts.
Banks and consumer needs change all the time, which makes periodically switching banks somewhat inevitable and ultimately beneficial.
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Money market accounts are very similar to savings accounts, which means they have some of the same benefits but also some of the same limitations.
There are legitimate reasons why the market has rallied since the election, but there are also reasons for investors to be concerned.
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