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When it comes to dividend paying stocks, quality beats quantity -- particularly when things go wrong.
There's a lot to like about dividends. For starters, many dividend payers are also fast-growing stocks.
Don't end up with smaller checks than you planned on!
Share prices of some blue chips have been pulled lower by the market-wide sell-off. Others are down for more fundamental reasons.
Don't fall into the trap of misinterpreting popular valuation metrics as stock markets approach historic highs.
This well-known retirement account can have some serious drawbacks for certain people.
With major Palantir and Airbnb IPOs on the horizon, should you hop on this seasonal trend?
If your 401(k) isn't cutting it, you may want to explore alternative savings options. Here's how to know if your plan is a dud.
The stock market is on a downward trajectory right now, and ETFs could keep your money safer than stocks.
A handful of Nasdaq-listed names have bucked the bigger bearish trend, but for coronavirus-related reasons that won't abate anytime soon.
Comparing the dot-com crash to the stock market today.
Though there are drawbacks to filing for benefits at 62, in these scenarios, it's a smart move.
Buying an exchange-traded fund doesn't mean forgoing the opportunity to invest in the fastest-growing industries.
From tips for getting your first credit card to myths about high-yield savings accounts during COVID-19, here are some answers to your money q…
Once you retire, you need another source of income to replace your paycheck.
Thinking about investing your extra cash? Read this first.
A lot of people are going to be using this tax break, but you'd better get it right.
Otherwise, you may regret it.
If you're in your 30s with zero saved for retirement, you still have time on your side. Make the most of it with these five tips.
Don't make a mistake you'll regret.