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When Dustin Knoop, 34, and his wife first began scoping out apartments three years ago in some of the more established neighborhoods in Brooklyn, they were surprised at how little their budget of $500,000 got them. So when their realtor suggested that they check out a new building in the under-the-radar area of East Williamsburg, […]
Home-Buying Guide: Seven Signs Of A Neighborhood On The Rise
Your goal as an investor today is to find investments that generate yield, because interest rates in America will not reach meaningful levels until at least the 2020s.
Dodge The Debt: Finding Income In America Today
The Great Generic Drug Rip-Off
Obamacare Is Only Human
How The U.S. Government’s Tiny Statistical Error Is Distorting The True Cost Of College
Charity Tax Breaks Extended Through 2014 Only
Treasury Finalizes Rules For New Retirement Savings Account, myRA
U.S. Mortgage Applications Fall In Latest Week
Why 2015 Is The Year For Longevity Annuities
Fire Up Your Body’s Own ‘Fountain Of Youth’
Housing Permits Tumble Most Since January, Starts Miss
20 Really Stupid Things In The U.S. Tax Code
New Obamacare Tax This Filing Season: Your Shared Responsibility
How To Divvy Up Your Money In A 401(k) Plan
The Marshmallow Test: Four Science-Supported Tips For Saving For Retirement
10 Things You Should Know Before Buying A Gift Card
U.S. Housing Starts, Permits Fall; Trend Points To Recovery
Seven Dumb Things People Do In The Name Of Being Frugal
Five Dangerous Myths About Insurance
Five Reasons Housing May Be Headed For Trouble
Why Are Closing Costs Such A Big Deal?
The Million-Dollar Income Stream
How Your Social Security Benefits Are Taxed
Affordable Places To Escape During The Holidays
Last-Minute Strategies For RMDs From Your Retirement Accounts
Six Ways To Safely Spend More In Retirement
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Last night, the Russian central bank announced a shock decision to hike up its key interest rate from 10.5 percent to 17 percent, effective immediately. Incredible. On Monday alone the ruble declined more than 9 percent against the dollar, and almost 50 percent in 2014. It looks like a massacre. If you listen to conventional financial news, they’ll […]
Back To Basic Fundamentals — The Dollar Versus The Ruble
Last week, I predicted a strong year for tech stocks in 2015. But that doesn't mean every single one is going to be a winner in the New Year. Let's take a look at 2015's three worst tech stocks. Tread carefully, though – their numbers may terrify you.
Three Scary Tech Stocks To Avoid In 2015
‘Ruble Trading To Resume’
Logistics Bellwether FedEx Misses Across The Board Despite Plunging Energy Costs
Western Banks Cut Off Liquidity To Russian Entities
Commodity Trading Giant Exits Physical Gold Due To ‘Lack Of Physical With A Documented Origin’
Fed’s Most Interesting Man Exits
Deflation Stalks The Globe
Is Hacking Sony Free Speech?
Why We’re Building The Biggest Ships Ever Made
Here’s One Way Private Jets Can—Almost—Go Mainstream
Tag Heuer Decided The Apple Watch Is A Threat After All
Dow Futures Up After Russian Turmoil Ensnares AAPL And PEP
A Surprising Profit Play From Troubled Caesars Stock
Santa Claus Rally 2014 Is Not The Real Reason Stocks Will Rise
Oil Price Forecast 2015 Brings One Of The Best Opportunities In Years
The 10 Best ETFs To Own For 2015
Buy American? Not So For Retail Stock Fund Investors
Fed Likely To Signal Rate Hike On Track Despite Global Woes
Despite Second-quarter Profit Jump, FedEx Misses Expectations
U.S. Current Account Deficit Widens In Third Quarter
Oil Falls Below $59 As OPEC, Russia Keep Pumping
Russia Turmoil Spurs Flight To Safety
General Mills Profit Falls 37 Percent On Weak U.S. Demand
Philips Expands In Medical Devices With $1.2 Billion Volcano Deal
GE Sees 2015 Profit Pressured By ‘Sluggish’ Oil Business
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The prime focus for the markets is whether the Fed continues to state that it will raise rates after “a considerable time.” The reality is that the Fed cannot and will not raise rates anywhere near normal levels at any point because doing so would blow up the financial system.
The Fed Is Sitting On A $191 TRILLION Time Bomb
As Russia's economic crisis deepens, hurting trading partners from Germany to Tajikistan, many will say Westerns sanctions have succeeded. It's a classic stone soup -- or, in the Russian tradition, axe cereal -- story.
Lift Sanctions Now To Humiliate Putin
Three Most Important Things To Watch During Fed Meeting
Invasion, Occupation And Torture
Federal Judge Declares Obama’s Immigration Actions Unconstitutional
U.S. To Be ‘Majority Minority’ Nation By 2044
Craft Brewers Challenge Texas Law Over Distribution Rights
No, Obama Doesn’t Have Dirt On Boehner… They Just Both Hate Their Voters
Oil May Drop To $25
Russian Central Bank Releases 7 Measures It Will Take To Stabilize The Financial Sector
Consumer Prices Plunge Most Since Dec 2008
ISIS Unleash ‘Scorpion’ Bombs In Iraq
The Horror of Peshawar
Asia Isn’t Ready For A China Crash
U.S. May Get Dragged Into Pakistan’s New War
Ignore Those Polls! (Early Presidential Nomination Edition)
Jeb Bush’s Audacity Of Hope
U.S. Consumer Prices Fall On Gasoline, Eyes On Fed
Ruble Crisis Could Shake Putin’s Grip On Power
Japan Export Growth Slows, Maintains Policy Pressure On Abe
Asian Business Sentiment Rebounds In Fourth Quarter With India Most Optimistic
IMF Now Ready To Slam The Door On The U.S. And The Dollar
Republicans’ Abject Surrender On Spending
Charles Koch, The Left’s Bogeyman, Is A Social Liberal
‘F*ck The Police’ On Motorist’s Radio Gets Him Pulled Over By Angry Cop
‘Teabagger’ Plaintiff Awarded $1.1 Million In Damages After Jury Agrees She Was Politically Harassed By Police
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