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CEO Mark Zuckerberg came away unscathed from his recent testimony to a Senate committee. That's good news for FB shares.
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Very few people would benefit from a U.S.-China trade war, including President Donald Trump himself.
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High volatility might not be comfortable, but it's perfectly normal. And even long-term investors can use it to their advantage.
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The next industrial revolution is happening now, on the other side of the world. Benefit by investing in Chinese industrial and technology companies.
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Facebook's gains, in a way, made investors more vulnerable to the social stock's recent selloff
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Thousands of retailers shut their doors last year, and thousands more will do the same this year.
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Our picks trailed the S&P 500 index as the market's love went to companies with the fastest earnings growth.
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It is never too late to protect against big market swings
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Smaller stocks paying dividends are generally more mature and profitable, a welcome find for retirees in search of new sources of investing income in retirement.
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Following a brutal two-day plunge, the Dow Jones industrial average regained ground on Tuesday to the delight of stock market bulls.
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Investors are left feeling antsy after the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than 1,000 points on Monday.
Dow plunges more than 600 points on Friday after January jobs report causes jitters, and Exxon earnings and Apple earnings disappoint.
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan have teamed up to provide more affordable health care for their employees. But little else is known about this new venture.
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As earnings season heats up the stock market went on a roller-coaster ride Thursday, with Facebook stock flourishing and DowDuPont stock floundering.
Healthy fourth-quarter earnings and a strong financial outlook for 2018 from the Dow component lifted the industrial average to solid gains on Wednesday following a two-day decline.
Investors can expect higher earnings and more generous dividends.
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