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Stocks will advance despite an anemic economy.
To 2010 -- and beyond, by Janet Bodnar
Unemployment will peak soon, but it will take years for the labor market to fully recover.
Big milestones turn into stumbling blocks for the Dow.
Did the antiques dealer pull a fast one?, by Knight Kiplinger
Sales are ticking up, but don’t expect prices to follow until the middle of the year.
Now is a good time to consider initial stock offerings.
The new FAFSA is shorter, more helpful and less confusing.
A peek at trends that will affect our long-term financial lives, from bigger government to higher interest rates to green tech.
My best bets for 2010, by James K. Glassman
Our take on inflation, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
Save for now -- and for later, by Laura Cohn
Know your limits, by Robert Frick
A top strategist says you can profit in the year ahead by listening to your portfolio.
They should ride out bumps in the recovery.
From increasing your cash holdings to buying options, we show you how to defend against a correction -- or worse.
3 faves for the fearless, by Andrew Feinberg
Fund companies aim to make these one-stop retirement plans a little more balanced.
After two lousy years, Quant Foreign Value is tearing up the performance charts.
Coping with bond calls, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
Under-the-radar picks, by Russel Kinnel
Here's hoping you held on to Loomis Sayles Bond.
Key dates to bookmark for the year ahead.
Welcome to the year of the un-COLA.
Our step-by-step money diet will fatten your wallet.
In this economy, a plump cushion is crucial.
Take advantage of gym promotions, but read the fine print.
If you lose money to the dreaded Social Security earnings test now, you'll recoup it later on.
The rate on I bonds gets a boost.
What you need to know to break into a new industry, land a government job or join a nonprofit.
Competition from netbooks is driving down prices.
The prices of used cars now reflect what they are actually worth, by Jessica Anderson
What you need to know about Roth IRA conversions, by Mary Beth Franklin