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Seniors have received some unpleasant news in their mailboxes in recent weeks: premiums for many Medicare prescription drug insurance plans will rise at double-digit rates next year. Premiums for the ten most popular Medicare Part D prescription drug plans (PDPs) will rise an average of 8 percent next year – the fastest clip in five […]
Medicare Fall Enrollment: It Pays To Shop As Premiums Surge
Most of us have our go-to wines that we turn to for a particular dish or occasion, or as a gift we like to bring to dinner. But beware those comfortable and unexamined habits: you could be spending more than you need to, and when you’re on selection auto-pilot, you’re not expanding your knowledge or […]
Drink This Instead Of That: Better Wines For Your Buck
The One 401(k) Power Move Worth A Nobel Prize
Chip Credit Cards Bring More Online Fraud, New Email Scams
Becoming A Retirement Millionaire
New Rules To Make Mortgage Shopping Less Clunky
Mortgages, Debt Collectors Top List Of Consumer Complaints
Five Tax Breaks For The Self-employed
Bill Would Add Nurses, Physician Assistants To Pharma Payments Database
Cyber Insurance Premiums Rocket After High-profile Attacks
PDQ: Why You Should Know Your Personal Disability Quotient
How To Cut Your Property Taxes
How Investing Just $50 A Month Can Make An Impact On Your Nest Egg
Big-Picture Trade-Offs: How Three People Are Sacrificing To Reach Their Dreams
Retailers: Chip Cards Need PIN To Protect Shoppers
Medicare Part B Premiums To Rise 52% For 7M
Shyp Reinvents The Shipping Experience
Insurance: What Kind Do I Need And How Much?
10 Steps To Slash Your Real Estate Taxes
Why Logos Are So Important To Fighting Fraud In Retirement
Supersize Your 401(k) With One Strategy
These Are Going To Be The Most Popular Video Games For The Holidays
J.P. Morgan Leads A Huge Investment In This Hot Cloud Startup
Poor People Are Getting Terrible Investment Advice
The Design Anatomy Of A Perfectly Crafted Store
How ‘Secondhand Millionaires’ Paid Off $100K Debt And Took On A Side Hustle
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While U.S. equity futures have gone nowhere overnight, which is surprising considering (the incorrect) interpretation that by boosting overall liquidity through expanded collateral China has finally unleashed shadow QE (more on this later), which led to a rally for Chinese stocks if not U.S. risk, one asset class that has been quietly levitating higher overnight […]
Why Gold Is Surging: BofA Says To Expect A ‘Massive Policy Shift In 2016’
How much does your smart home know about you? That was the question that Charles Givre, a data scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton, set out to answer in a recent experiment. It turned out it was a little too much.
Your Smart Home Knows A Lot About You
Trouble Ahead: Stocks Gain, but the “Super Crash” Is Accelerating
What OPEC’s New Romance With Russia Means For Oil Prices
Ruble, Lira, & Ringgit Tumble On USD, Yuan Gains As PBOC States “China Correction Nearly Over”
Six Takeaways From Dell-EMC Deal
Why Doug Kass Shorted Apple
Gross V. PIMCO: The Star Fund Manager Cult Is Dead, And That’s A Good Thing.
Four Signs That Silicon Valley’s Tech Bubble Is Bursting
Could The Market Crash? Here’s What You Need To Know NOW!
The Chinese Government Just Issued A Draft Law That Bodes Poorly For Uber
Stocks, Awaiting Earnings Tomorrow, Set For Pause After Big Rally Last Week
Eli Lilly Ends Drug Development; Shares Plunge
Falling Commodity Prices A Boon For Some
The Best Time To Take A Work Break
WSJ, Barrons Hacked; CEO Warns Of Wider Plot
Only One CEO Tops Jobs For ‘Monster’ Returns
Etsy Sellers Doubt Amazon Handmade Is A “Killer”
AB InBev Has Made New Approach To SABMiller
FTC Review Date For Staples-Office Depot Deal Extended
Europe Shares Pause; Dollar Dips On U.S. Rate Outlook
Dell To Acquire EMC In $67 Billion Record Tech Deal
Oil Rises After Kuwait Sees Higher Prices Ahead
Stock Futures Little Changed Ahead Of Busy Earnings Week
China Quality Watchdog Says ‘Highly Concerned’ About VW Emissions Issue
Ex-Rabobank Traders Face First U.S. Trial Over Libor Manipulation
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A very dangerous, if largely pointless, staring contest between Beijing and Washington over China’s reclamation of land in The South China Sea has begun. It’s not immediately clear what China intends to do with the islands and further, it’s not entirely clear why anyone should necessarily care if Beijing wants to build “sand castles” in the middle of the ocean.
Obama Won’t Back Down After Chinese Threat, Sends U.S. Warships To Contested Islands In ‘Matter Of Days’
Everyone has seen the chart of “Total Credit Market Instruments,” which as of its most recent update on March 31, 2015, was just over $59 trillion, or 330 percent of U.S. GDP. For those who have not seen it, as well as for those who are familiar with this chart, take a long look, because this […]
Fed Quietly Revises Total U.S. Debt From 330 Percent To 350 Percent Of GDP, After ‘Discovering’ Another $2.7 Trillion In Debt
Russia, Iran Rack Up Gains In ‘Fiercest Syrian Fighting Yet’
Moscow Demands Britain Explain “Green Light To Shoot Down Russian Jets”
Congress Considers New Proposal To Raise Social Security Benefits
Power-deficient India Chooses Electricity And Economics Over Emissions Goals
Dealmakers Drop A Plan To Divert Millions From The Health Insurance Of Retired Coal Miners
What Can Be Done Right Now To Fix The Legal System For Debt Collection
Fed Should Not Raise Interest Rates Just Yet
Fed’s Fischer Says 2015 U.S. Rate Rise ‘an Expectation, Not A Commitment’
China Threatens The U.S., Says Will “Not Tolerate Violations Of Its Territorial Waters”
With Republicans In Disarray, And No Debt Ceiling Deal, All Eyes Turn To November 18 When The US Runs Out Of Cash
Why China Doesn’t Mind Being Left Out Of TPP
The US Is Ditching Its Troubled Plan To Train Syrian Rebels For Something Even Less Ambitious
White House Is Weighing A Syria Retreat
China Belongs In The TPP
Clinton’s Financial Plan Covers All Her Bases
Despite Surging Job Cuts, Initial Jobless Claims Tumble Back Near 42 Year Lows
NATO Threatens To Send In Troops After Russia Stations ‘Battalion’ In Syria
Caught On Tape: Russian Warships Launch 26 Cruise Missiles At ISIS Targets
Rubio’s Old Ideas For New Gig Economy
Beyond India’s Beef With Beef
Ackman’s Latest Wager: Bloomberg For President
This $15 Billion Deal Shows How Tough Times Are For Chinese VC
Hillary Clinton Opposes Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Pact
We’ve Lost 508 Million Pounds Of Oyster Meat In The Wake Of The 2010 BP Oil Spill
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