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Let’s face facts. No matter how much we try to conserve energy and burn cleaner fuels, at the end of the day, the planet consumes a lot of energy. And that’s not going to change anytime soon.
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For investors about to enter, or already in retirement, real estate investment trusts (REITs) have to be on your list. Created by Congress in 1960 to give Americans the opportunity to easily invest in ...
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If there is one word that could sum up energy stocks and crude oil prices during the third quarter, it would be “volatility.” After rebounding off the lows hit during the first half of the year, energy ...
Playing the fourth quarter is easy with exchange-traded funds.
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Three options for retirees eyeing mid-caps: a stock, an ETF and a mutual fund
These ignored dividend ETFs could give your portfolio some big-time income.
The Federal Reserve gave the "all clear" to high-dividend stocks when it held off raising rates. Go full steam ahead on these seven.
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Retirement investors should be focusing on these steady energy stocks ... because they're among the very few options you can actually depend on.
Want dividend growth? Forget staples or utilities, and try tech instead.
Looking for great growing dividend stocks? Then the healthcare sector has to be on your list.
Index funds are still the best building blocks for your portfolio.
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Monthly dividends can do wonders for your budget's well-being.
Get cozy with your retirement nest egg in these ETFs.
Real estate investment trusts can be great sources of income in today's market.
The energy sector is filled with landmines and bargains, but it's difficult to tell the two apart.
These are the energy stocks to keep an eye on in the second half of 2016.