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What Coronavirus Means for Your Investments

With the market soaring, it's easier to notice how jittery some investors can be. This phenomenon explains the sharp selling of stocks sparked by coronavirus' spread. And while it is risky for your health, coronavirus…

Four Moves to Take Your Finances Next Level

You may not consider yourself a financial wizard. Heck, you may find yourself fretting this very moment about retirement or unexpected expenses. But that doesn't mean you can't take action today to address your long-term…

2020 Could Be Big Year for These Stocks

The U.S. stock market consistently outperformed international markets over the past decade. But that could change. China's economic growth could positively influence European stocks and emerging markets. CNBC reports: Eased trade tensions between the United…

Real Estate v. Stocks: Which is Safer?

Consumers are increasingly skittish about investing in either real estate or the stock market. But is that fear justified? (Yahoo! Finance) Even if you settle on one investment over another, there's so much variance across…

How to Become a 401(k) Millionaire

Fidelity Investments reports that the number of investors with 401 (k) account balances of $1 million or more has reached 180,000 in the first quarter of 2019. That number is a 35% increase since the…

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The Biggest Risks to the Market Right Now

With 2020 on the horizon, it's time to reevaluate what the biggest risks to financial markets are. At the top of the list, according to Deutsche Bank's chief economist, Torsten Slok, is the continued increase…

How Millennials Can Fix Their Biggest Money Mistakes

Recent surveys indicate a majority of millennials consider themselves in dire financial straights. Upon further inspection, women appear hardest hit. (People.com) "Women keep the majority of their money in a bank, while men tend to…