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MoneyMarket

Comparing today's bank account and bond yields

November 19, 2014

Interest income remains relatively scarce among these vehicles, but that doesn't mean your portfolio should be without them.

Republican Congress, Democratic president: The best pairing for investors?

November 12, 2014

If stock market history repeats itself, the outcome of last week's election is great news for investors.

Dealing with a bipolar market

October 29, 2014

Wild up-and-down swings in the stock market can prompt a range of responses from investors, some of which are wiser than others.

The blessing and burden of a strong dollar

October 22, 2014

A strong U.S. dollar may sound like a great thing, but there are some drawbacks to the dollar's recent rise.

Beyond beta: Why investment risk metrics fall short

October 8, 2014

The beta metric and others like it are imperfect ways to gauge investment risk. Here's why.

5 pieces of unconventional wisdom for investors

October 1, 2014

These five investment guidelines run counter to the usual thinking, but they could help your long-term returns.

The sound of speculation

September 25, 2014

More and more signs of risky behavior are emerging in today's bull market. Learn how you can protect your portfolio.

5 gambling truths that apply to investing

September 17, 2014

Taking these pieces of gaming wisdom to heart can lead to a stronger portfolio.

The perils of post-retirement investing

September 8, 2014

Once you start withdrawing from retirement savings, investment volatility can be especially devastating. Learn how to manage it.

Exposing the myths in mutual funds

August 25, 2014

Mutual fund performance is not always easy to gauge, and a report from S&P helps explain why.

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