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Ingenious scam artists, the only criminals we refer to as artists, are taking advantage of the situation by contacting people by email posing as their credit card company.
Beware Of New Smart Chip Credit Card Scams
U.S. retailers enter the holiday season vowing to control discounting that has wreaked havoc on their results in the past, but competition between stores, consumers trained to expect discounts and a still-recovering economy point to a difficult year. The holidays are the most important time of the year for retailers as well as some shoppers: […]
Holiday Shopping Season Forecast: Consumers Fight For Deals
How To Draw Down Your Retirement Savings
Use Reverse Mortgage For Long-term Care Or Insurance?
High Yield, Future Tension? Three Themes Macro Investors Need To Be Tracking
Why Baby Boomers Should Convert To A Roth IRA
Does That New Credit Card Chip Really Protect You?
Global Regulators Finalize New Capital Rule For Big Insurers
Drug Shortages, Price Gouging, And Our Broken Health Care System
Four Must-Know Social Security Facts
5 Most Costly Investment Mistakes
Should Small Business Owners Stay Out Of The Stock Market?
Pssst! You Don’t Need A 20 Percent Down Payment To Buy A Home
Is Obamacare Working? This Report Card Says It’s Failing
5 Ways To Get A College Education Without Amassing A Lot Of Debt
Your Next Item Of Clothing Should Be So Expensive It Hurts
Primark’s $1.60 Tops Are The Final Frontier Of The Clothing Price War
Soylent Has A Dream: To Be The Red Bull Of Video Gaming
Obamacare Isn’t Spurring Earlier Retirement…..Yet
Why Rental Housing Is In Danger Of Collapsing
Crocodile Tears From Mortgage Lenders
How The Carl Icahn Report Legitimizes Donald Trump’s Tax Plan
The Cheaper Your Running Shoes, The More Satisfied You’ll Be With Your Run
New U.S. Credit Cards Are About To Make Tipping A Lot More Awkward
Can Y Combinator Find Its Next ‘Unicorn’ In A Hardware Startup?
This Is Where Big Ideas Come From
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Two weeks after Beijing shifted to a new currency regime in an effort to bring about a managed yuan devaluation, we explained why it really all comes down to the death of the petrodollar. When China began to burn through its FX reserves in a frantic attempt to put the deval genie back in the […]
Saudi Petrodollar Reserves Fall To 32 Month Low Amid Crude Carnage, Proxy Wars, Budget Bleed
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Sprint To Cut Up To $2.5 Billion In Costs, Layoff Workers In Next Six Months
Oil Up To $50 On Speculation Producers Getting Together
Stocks Cling To Fifth Day Of Gains After Weak German Data
SABMiller Points To Sales Growth As AB InBev Weighs Bid
Futures Fall After S&P 500’s Five-day Rally
Big U.S. Firms Hold $2.1 Trillion Overseas To Avoid Taxes
Wall St Banks Feel Equities Fee Pinch As Chinese Competition Bites
DuPont CEO Kullman Steps Down; Veteran Executive Breen Named Interim CEO
Twitter Appoints Jack Dorsey CEO, Seeks New Chairman
Caution: More Commodity Price Weakness Ahead
Alphabet Drops Google’s Famous ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Motto
Disney’s U.S. Parks To Change Their Pricing For The First Time In 60 Years
Tanker Rates Soar As China Hoards Saudi’s “Cheap” Oil Amid Biggest Price Cut Since 2012
Global Stocks, Futures Jump On Barrage Of Bad Economic News; Glencore Surges, Volkswagen Slumps
Ron Paul Trounces Trump, Exclaims Election Is Entertainment ‘Orchestrated By Major Media’
Two Faces Of October: Crash-prone But ‘Bear Killer’
Big Change: Google Officially Becomes Alphabet
Fintech Strikes Again; Regions Partners With Start-up
Liquefied Natural Gas To Replace Of Oil, Coal?
Why Wall Street Is So Desperate For Your Investment Dollars Right Now
Company Stock Buybacks: Good Or Bad?
Why The Gemini Bitcoin Exchange Has Institutional Investors “Really Excited”
10 Best ETF Buys Of The Decade From 10 Investment Pros
10 Best Stocks Of The Decade
Can Swedish Krona Lay Claim To ‘World’s Best’ Performing Currency?
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The state of the Republican Party is summed up by a quote from the late cartoonist Walt Kelly: "We have met the enemy and he is us."
Can Republicans Regain Control Of Their Party?
When the Fed effectively telegraphed its new reaction function last month, the FOMC served notice to the world that it was not only acutely aware of what’s going on in emerging markets, but also extremely worried about the possibility that hiking rates could end up triggering something far worse than the “tantrum” that unfolded across […]
Emerging Market Meltdown May Plunge Global Economy Into Recession
U.S. Trade Deficit Widens As Exports Sag, Imports From China Surge
The Supreme Court’s Next Landmark Cases
Welcome To The Future: Downward Mobility & Social Depression
Investor Confidence Collapses As PMIs Plunge Across EU
Saudis Mull Launch Of Regional War As Russia Pounds Targets In Syria For Fourth Day
Russia Claims ISIS Now On The Ropes
Economy Emerges As Key Market Flashpoint
America’s Richest (and Poorest) School Districts
Ben Carson Net Worth: Paid Speeches And Public Appearances
Why Income Inequality Isn’t Being Solved
Middle Market Mergers And Acquisitions — Should We Be Concerned?
Is Space Warfare Inevitable?
Pacific Trade Negotiators Close In On Landmark Deal, Fight For Approval To Follow
Despite ‘Weak’ Jobs Report, Fed’s Rosengren Still Sees 2015 Rate Hike
The U.S. Still Needs 2.7 Million Jobs
Payrolls Disaster: Only 142K Jobs Added In September Zero Wage Growth; August Revised Much Lower
“They’re Hopping Mad In The US And Saudi Arabia”: Russian Strikes In Syria Spark Epic Western Media Propaganda Blitz
Chinese Cash Flow Shocker: More Than Half Of Commodity Companies Can’t Pay The Interest On Their Debt
If You Work Here, Quit Before You Are Fired: The 20 Largest US Layoff Announcements Of 2015
Russia Is Destabilizing Syria… According To The People Currently Destabilizing Syria
Why September’s Jobs Report Was A Huge Disappointment
West, Gulf States Call On Russia To Stop Airstrikes In Syria
The 10 Biggest Layoffs Of 2015, So Far
Next House Speaker Could Be Good News For U.S. Energy Policy
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