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  1. 1.
    Insurers Will Use Your Facebook Posts to Raise Rates03/19/2019
    6:54
  2. 2.
    Meghan Markle's Baby Is in Line for IRS Headaches03/18/2019
    7:54
  3. 3.
    Stocks Rise; The Fed's on Deck03/15/2019
    6:38
  4. 4.
    Unempoyment Is at Historic Lows. Why Is Hiring Slowing?03/15/2019
    6:12
  5. 5.
    How to Make Your Resume A.I. Friendly03/14/2019
    11:07
  6. 6.
    Is There Too Much Optimism on Wall Street?03/13/2019
    7:42
  7. 7.
    Boeing Shares Likely to Recover After Ethiopia Jet Crash03/12/2019
    9:23
  8. 8.
    Why Job-Hopping Isn't Such a Good Idea03/11/2019
    9:26
  1. 9.
    Stocks Suffer Their Worst Week of the Year03/08/2019
    7:14
  2. 10.
    Cities Aim to Ban Stores From Going Cashless03/08/2019
    8:41
  3. 11.
    Wall Street Pay Limits Are Back on Regulators' To-Do List03/07/2019
    6:53
  4. 12.
    Milky Way Candy Bars, Tissues and the Tax Season03/06/2019
    8:29
  5. 13.
    Artificial Intelligence: Boosting Your Odds for Getting a Loan?03/05/2019
    11:13
  6. 14.
    Mortgage Investments: The Hot ETF Play of 201903/04/2019
    6:36
  7. 15.
    Stocks in Wait-and-See Mode03/01/2019
    6:53
  8. 16.
    Uber, Lyft to Offer IPO Stock to Some Drivers03/01/2019
    6:59
  9. 17.
    Fidelity's Obscure Mutual Fund Fee and Your 401(k)02/28/2019
    7:44
  10. 18.
    Decoding Warren Buffett: Book Value vs. Market Value02/27/2019
    9:40
  11. 19.
    Apple-Goldman Sachs Credit Card: A Study in Companionship02/26/2019
    8:03
  12. 20.
    Market Data Point to a Sustained Rally02/25/2019
    7:21
  13. 21.
    Trade, Fed Chair Powell in Focus02/22/2019
    7:11
  14. 22.
    New Tax Law and Your 401(k): Should You Contribute More?02/22/2019
    6:42
  15. 23.
    Can a 'Smart' ETF Protect You From Market Turbulence?02/21/2019
    5:39
  16. 24.
    Doing Your Taxes? Know These New Tax Rules02/20/2019
    6:49
  17. 25.
    How to Negotiate a Higher Salary02/19/2019
    9:17
  18. 26.
    Stocks Rise on Hopes for a U.S.-China Trade Deal02/15/2019
    7:26
  19. 27.
    How Stock Price Gaps Cost Investors $2 Billion Per Year02/15/2019
    9:03
  20. 28.
    Investment Banks' Newest Revenue Source: The HR Department02/14/2019
    7:26
  21. 29.
    IRS Suffered Significant Harm During Government Shutdown02/13/2019
    9:13
  22. 30.
    Tech Cash Will Keep Flowing Despite Cautious Tone02/12/2019
    8:04
  23. 31.
    'Young Money': Where Should Millennials Start Investing?02/11/2019
    6:58
  24. 32.
    At the End of the Day, It's Still About Earnings02/08/2019
    6:49
  25. 33.
    Investors Feeling More Bearish About the Stock Market02/08/2019
    7:25
  26. 34.
    Cryptocurrency Mystery: How Did $140 Million Disappear?02/07/2019
    13:55
  27. 35.
    Drug Companies Say 'Don't Blame Us!' for Rising Prices02/06/2019
    8:02
  28. 36.
    Small Businesses Not Partaking in the Q1 Rally02/05/2019
    5:27
  29. 37.
    How to Boost Interest Rates on Your Cash02/04/2019
    9:01
  30. 38.
    Fed Turbo-Charges Stocks02/01/2019
    9:02
  31. 39.
    On Wall Street, It's the 1980s All Over Again02/01/2019
    9:17
  32. 40.
    Fed Chairman: Another Shutdown Will Damage the Economy01/31/2019
    9:07
  33. 41.
    Why Would Wall Street Reward Earnings Season Losers?01/30/2019
    6:30
  34. 42.
    Why Your Tax Refund Might Be Smaller Than Expected01/29/2019
    8:32
  35. 43.
    A.I. and Machine-Learning: Jobs that Pay Big Bucks01/28/2019
    6:44
  36. 44.
    Stocks Rise; Investors Await Jobs Data and the Fed01/25/2019
    8:01
  37. 45.
    Millions Hide Money, Accounts From Spouses01/25/2019
    8:11
  38. 46.
    Mortgage Lending Rules: No Tax Returns? No Problem! 01/24/2019
    7:14
  39. 47.
    Tech and Industrials Earnings Could Upend Markets01/23/2019
    8:06
  40. 48.
    How the Rich Avoided Paying a 70% Top Tax Rate01/22/2019
    7:51
  41. 49.
    Stocks Off to a Strong Start for 201901/18/2019
    7:58
  42. 50.
    Remembering Vanguard Group Founder Jack Bogle01/18/2019
    9:33
  43. 51.
    Hacker Made Millions After Breaching SEC Computers01/17/2019
    10:32
  44. 52.
    Bank Earnings: Look Deeper for Warning Signs01/16/2019
    6:35
  45. 53.
    Earnings Season: Will China Cut into Revenues?01/15/2019
    7:13
  46. 54.
    Slack to Spotify: See You on Wall Street01/14/2019
    8:49
  47. 55.
    Earnings a Big Test for the Markets01/11/2019
    8:10
  48. 56.
    Energy Stocks Soar to Begin 201901/11/2019
    6:33
  49. 57.
    Fed Members Leaning Away From Interest Rate Increases 01/10/2019
    9:14
  50. 58.
    IRS Will Pay Tax Refunds During Government Shutdown01/09/2019
    6:20
  51. 59.
    Why January Could Bring Big Gains for Stocks01/08/2019
    8:58
  52. 60.
    Who Is the CryptoMom, and Why Do Crypto Startups Like Her?01/07/2019
    10:52
  53. 61.
    Rate Hike Reassurance, Earnings Unease01/04/2019
    6:33
  54. 62.
    Rental-Home Companies Are Building Houses to Meet Demand01/04/2019
    7:52
  55. 63.
    Banks Pulling Back on Rewards Credit Cards01/03/2019
    11:41
  56. 64.
    Finding the Best Interest Rates on Savings Accounts01/02/2019
    6:47
  57. 65.
    2019: How to Navigate an Unsettled Stock Market01/02/2019
    7:58
  58. 66.
    Finding the Best Interest Rates on Savings Accounts12/31/2018
    8:16
  59. 67.
    A Volatile Week Marked by Uncertainty12/28/2018
    6:38
  60. 68.
    Why Women Are Victims of Scams More Than Men12/28/2018
    11:00
  61. 69.
    Parents Would Give $5,000 to a Child in Debt12/27/2018
    6:16
  62. 70.
    Getting Your Finances in Order for 201912/26/2018
    6:25
  63. 71.
    Investors Who Lost Big on Bitcoin Can Get a Tax Break12/24/2018
    7:31
  64. 72.
    A Market Cave-In Ahead of the Holidays12/21/2018
    7:40
  65. 73.
    Cryptocurrency Contracts Will Pay in Bitcoin12/21/2018
    5:53
  66. 74.
    Tax Law: What It Means For Your 2018 Taxes12/20/2018
    7:33
  67. 75.
    Special Fed Coverage: How Investors Should Read a Rate Hike12/19/2018
    8:29
  68. 76.
    Paying Your Cellphone Bill Can Boost Your Credit Score12/19/2018
    10:25
  69. 77.
    Stocks Need a Santa Rally to Close 2018 in the Green12/18/2018
    7:22
  70. 78.
    Bitcoin: Bubble, Or No Bubble?12/17/2018
    10:20
  71. 79.
    Stocks Tumble Into Correction Territory12/14/2018
    8:06
  72. 80.
    Under Armour: Are #MeToo and Growth Problems Connected?12/14/2018
    5:00
  73. 81.
    Small Cap Stocks: Edging Toward a Bear Market12/13/2018
    7:01
  74. 82.
    College: Calculating the Risks12/12/2018
    7:20
  75. 83.
    Stock Market: What Goes Down Doesn't Then Go Back Up12/11/2018
    8:14
  76. 84.
    Tariffs Have U.S. Companies Paying Up, Facing Tough Choices12/10/2018
    8:11
  77. 85.
    Stocks Have Worst Start to December Since 200812/07/2018
    7:58
  78. 86.
    'Friends' Reruns Staying on Netflix...For Now12/07/2018
    6:10
  79. 87.
    Airlines Bumping Far Fewer Passengers From Flights12/06/2018
    7:38
  80. 88.
    In 2018, Cash Is Wall Street's Stable King12/05/2018
    6:02
  81. 89.
    Strong and Quiet: Microsoft's Rise to the Top12/04/2018
    5:55
  82. 90.
    How to Pay Your Taxes Like a Billionaire12/03/2018
    9:35
  83. 91.
    Has Good News Been Baked in for Investors?12/01/2018
    6:59
  84. 92.
    Microsoft Proves Big Tech Can Weather the Storms11/30/2018
    7:18
  85. 93.
    Oil Prices at 1-Year Low; Why Isn't Wall Street Filling Up?11/29/2018
    5:32
  86. 94.
    Pensions Taking on Riskiest Real Estate Bets11/28/2018
    8:49
  87. 95.
    Amazon's HQ Decisions Raise Questions About Seattle11/27/2018
    5:36
  88. 96.
    Inheritance: The Mistake of Not Passing Down Knowledge11/26/2018
    7:54
  89. 97.
    Oil Slide Adds to Investors' Downbeat Mood11/24/2018
    8:47
  90. 98.
    Fighting the Pressure to Overspend on Holiday Gifts11/23/2018
    5:20
  91. 99.
    Apple's Lessons Learned from Lower iPhone Demand11/21/2018
    6:37
  92. 100.
    The Corporate Earnings Boom Leaves Some in a Bust11/20/2018
    6:31
  93. 101.
    How Cash-Strapped Millennials Can Save for Retirement11/19/2018
    8:41
  94. 102.
    Investors Exiting Tech, Playing Defense11/17/2018
    6:52
  95. 103.
    Can't Stand Your Commute? Quit Your Job11/16/2018
    5:48
  96. 104.
    We've Learned Surprisingly Little from the Financial Crisis11/15/2018
    7:36
  97. 105.
    Americans Worry About Living in Poverty in Old Age11/14/2018
    10:38
  98. 106.
    Debt Spending to Soar, Due to Rising Interest Costs11/13/2018
    9:00
  99. 107.
    Wall Street's Bulls Are Back Following October Selloff11/12/2018
    7:26
  100. 108.
    Retailer Earnings on Tap for Investors11/10/2018
    7:11
  101. 109.
    House Democrats Can Rein in Banks, But Not Deregulation11/09/2018
    6:54
  102. 110.
    Why Markets Like the Midterm Election Outcomes11/08/2018
    7:51
  103. 111.
    Special Election Edition: Avalon's Bill Stone11/07/2018
    8:43
  104. 112.
    After Midterms, November Packs a Market-Moving Punch11/07/2018
    8:21
  105. 113.
    2018 Elections: Investors Should View as a Sideshow11/06/2018
    5:11
  106. 114.
    The Tax Impact if Democrats Take the House 11/05/2018
    7:19
  107. 115.
    Apple Pressures the Markets; Midterms On Deck11/03/2018
    6:43
  108. 116.
    Low-Fare Loophole Means Cheap International Flights11/02/2018
    8:32
  109. 117.
    Today's Volatile Market: You Can Run, But You Can't Hide11/01/2018
    10:16
  110. 118.
    How to Read October's Market Selloffs10/31/2018
    7:28
  111. 119.
    Credit Card Companies Reining in Spending Limits 10/30/2018
    8:20
  112. 120.
    Investor Interest in American Airlines Won't Take Off10/29/2018
    9:11
  113. 121.
    A Stock Pullback, Despite Strong Earnings10/27/2018
    8:52
  114. 122.
    Stocks, Commodities Moving in Lockstep: A Red Flag10/26/2018
    8:04
  115. 123.
    Big Oil Is Swimming in Cash. Wall Street Isn't Impressed10/25/2018
    5:24
  116. 124.
    Is the Current Market Volatility 'Normal'?10/24/2018
    9:03
  117. 125.
    New Rules Could Ease Small Business 401(k) Offerings10/23/2018
    7:28
  118. 126.
    2019 Could Bring a Flood of Tech IPOs10/22/2018
    8:49
  119. 127.
    Are We Past the Peak for Strong Earnings Reports?10/20/2018
    6:21
  120. 128.
    Gold Is Glittering Among Investors Amid Volatility10/19/2018
    6:22
  121. 129.
    Investors Adapting to October's Market Volatility10/18/2018
    6:49
  122. 130.
    Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley: Stock Growth to Come10/17/2018
    6:58
  123. 131.
    Consumers Shaking Off Rate Increases...For Now10/16/2018
    7:20
  124. 132.
    There's a Sale on Financial Advice10/15/2018
    6:37
  125. 133.
    Earnings in Focus, Following a Turbulent Week10/13/2018
    6:16
  126. 134.
    Defaults on 401(k) Loans Threaten Retirement Wealth10/12/2018
    7:32
  127. 135.
    Another Steep Selloff, With Earnings on Deck10/11/2018
    7:29
  128. 136.
    Selloff's Odd Profile; Hurricane Michael vs. Funds10/11/2018
    7:18
  129. 137.
    Art Hogan on Wednesday's Yield-Driven Selloff10/10/2018
    6:52
  130. 138.
    Why Rising Bond Yields May Not Be a Threat to Stocks10/10/2018
    8:07
  131. 139.
    Private Equity Investing Billions in Infrastructure10/09/2018
    6:52
  132. 140.
    Cryptocurrency Scams Bring Ramped Up Enforcement10/08/2018
    9:39
  133. 141.
    More Volatility Expected for Stocks10/06/2018
    6:55
  134. 142.
    Stocks: The Big Winner in November's Elections10/05/2018
    6:06
  135. 143.
    Amazon's $15/Hour Wage Could Give Competitors a Chill10/04/2018
    4:38
  136. 144.
    The Fed Is Ready to Redefine 'Big Bank' 10/03/2018
    8:27
  137. 145.
    Stocks Pop on Canada Trade News, Wait on China Talks10/02/2018
    6:26
  138. 146.
    Order the Steak! IRS to Reinstate Dining Expense Write-Off10/01/2018
    6:40
  139. 147.
    Luxury Hotels: The New Home Sweet Home09/28/2018
    10:53
  140. 148.
    Tariffs Could Set Up a U.S.-China 'Cold War'09/27/2018
    7:26
  141. 149.
    Special Fed Coverage: Powell Press Conference09/26/2018
    7:51
  142. 150.
    Some Merchants Want to Reject Rewards Credit Cards09/26/2018
    10:47
  143. 151.
    Markets Rise, But Many Stocks Stuck in Bear Territory09/25/2018
    7:22
  144. 152.
    Offshore Tax Cheats: The IRS Is Still Coming for You 09/24/2018
    7:06
  145. 153.
    Aston Martin IPO: Can it Race Past Ferrari?09/21/2018
    7:41
  146. 154.
    Investors Turn to 'Safety' Stocks to Score Dividends09/20/2018
    6:56
  147. 155.
    Buybacks 'Blackout' Could Invite Market Volatility09/19/2018
    8:25
  148. 156.
    How Wall Street Investors Become America's Landlords09/18/2018
    10:14
  149. 157.
    You Can Time the Market, But There's a Catch09/17/2018
    10:18
  150. 158.
    Federal Reserve to Raise Rates in December? It's Complicated09/14/2018
    8:16
  151. 159.
    Transportation Stock Highs Point to a Dow Rally09/13/2018
    6:40
  152. 160.
    Structured Notes: Obstacles to Profiting Off Tech Stocks09/12/2018
    6:39
  153. 161.
    New iPhones: Wall Street Is Focused on the Price09/11/2018
    7:00
  154. 162.
    Warren Buffett on Why He Didn't Save Lehman Brothers in 200809/10/2018
    8:07
  155. 163.
    Tips for College Students to Establish Good Credit09/07/2018
    9:48
  156. 164.
    Amazon: Soon the World's Most Valuable Company09/06/2018
    6:56
  157. 165.
    Tax Law: A New Break for Taxpayers With Kids09/05/2018
    5:58
  158. 166.
    Financial FOMO: Avoiding 'Comparison Envy' 09/04/2018
    8:44
  159. 167.
    What's the Ideal Age to Hit Financial Milestones?09/03/2018
    4:58
  160. 168.
    One Car Repair Bill Could Trigger a Financial Emergency 08/31/2018
    5:40
  161. 169.
    Attention, Walmart Investors: The Stock Has Room to Run08/30/2018
    7:14
  162. 170.
    WWE Stock: No Longer Down for the Count08/29/2018
    9:34
  163. 171.
    Booming Economy Isn't Impressing All Investors 08/28/2018
    8:04
  164. 172.
    Survey: Parents Discuss Money More Than Sex and Drugs08/27/2018
    8:25
  165. 173.
    At Hedge Funds, Where Are the Women?08/24/2018
    5:31
  166. 174.
    Will New Shooting Videogames Unseat Fortnite?08/23/2018
    5:38
  167. 175.
    Self-Regulating Bitcoin Exchanges: Will It Work?08/22/2018
    9:50
  168. 176.
    Stock Market Being Reshaped by Rise in Private Markets08/21/2018
    7:53
  169. 177.
    When Not to Convert to a Roth IRA08/20/2018
    8:18
  170. 178.
    Amid Market Rally, Investors Play Defense08/17/2018
    7:06
  171. 179.
    Lithium: From Hot Commodity to Big Short08/16/2018
    9:11
  172. 180.
    Fintechs Enter Subprime Credit Card Market08/15/2018
    10:18
  173. 181.
    Finally ... Savers Are Seeing Higher Deposit Rates08/14/2018
    7:16
  174. 182.
    Are Smartphone Price Hikes Reaching Their Limit?08/13/2018
    8:16
  175. 183.
    If Markets Are Up, Why Are Valuations Down?08/10/2018
    6:26
  176. 184.
    Investors Cast Aside Volatility, Bet on Stocks Rallying08/09/2018
    6:35
  177. 185.
    Bankruptcy Filings Among Older Americans Surge08/08/2018
    6:49
  178. 186.
    Why Facebook Wants Your Bank Account Statements08/07/2018
    7:44
  179. 187.
    The IRS Pursued a Man Whose Wife Embezzled $500,00008/06/2018
    6:46
  180. 188.
    Weather Disasters: Do You Have the Right Insurance?08/03/2018
    5:19
  181. 189.
    Size Matters: How Companies Pay Their Workers08/02/2018
    8:18
  182. 190.
    Pension Shortfalls Reach the Trillions08/01/2018
    7:35
  183. 191.
    Airline CEOs Defend Coach Seats 07/31/2018
    8:24
  184. 192.
    This Should Worry Investors for the Rest of the Year07/30/2018
    8:29
  185. 193.
    Trade Tensions Driving Investors From U.S. Stocks07/27/2018
    8:05
  186. 194.
    Investors Score When Companies Delay Paying Their Bills07/26/2018
    6:43
  187. 195.
    TripAdvisor CEO Tops Retail CEO Pay List07/25/2018
    6:46
  188. 196.
    Investors Lose Millions From a Felon in a Strip Mall07/24/2018
    9:19
  189. 197.
    Impact of Revised 'Kiddie Tax' on Giving Assets to Children07/23/2018
    6:31
  190. 198.
    Tariffs Could Upend Retailers' Holiday Inventories07/20/2018
    5:26
  191. 199.
    Fears of ETFs Disrupting Markets May Be Overdone07/19/2018
    6:53
  192. 200.
    401(k) Plans Could Be Altered Under Proposed Laws07/18/2018
    8:03

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