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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Elizabeth Leary (née Ody) first joined Kiplinger in 2006 as a reporter, and has held various positions on staff and as a contributor in the years since. Her writing has also appeared in Barron's, BloombergBusinessweek, The Washington Post and other outlets.
If you think U.S. stocks have had a heady run this year, take a look at emerging markets. The average diversified emerging-markets fund has returned 29% year-to-date, while funds that invest only in Chinese ...
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Whether you’re starting out, have already retired or are somewhere in between, we show you how to make your money grow and last.
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It's tough to get started saving when you have debt hanging over you. But once you get access to a retirement plan, make sure to fund it.
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Don't let family demands on your income stint your retirement savings.
You've accumulated money. Now, time to shuffle it around and get everything in order.
This what you've planned for. Now, to keep the income flowing.
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This bull market never stops charging. Now in its ninth year, the current winning streak has delivered a 342% cumulative gain in Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index since its 2009 low. In 2017 alone, the ...
Finding bargains isn't easy these days, but these three value-fund managers dug hard.
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Peer-to-peer lending can deliver generous returns, but you’ll be taking on a lot of risk.
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Want big returns? Take on big risks. So goes the inescapable calculus of investing. With so many investors focused on safety and income these days, we decided to take a contrarian approach by looking for ...
Although index funds offer quite a few benefits, rock-bottom expenses are most significant.
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Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton — one or the other will be president next year. How might that affect your stock portfolio?
We've assembled two lists: One of seven firms that stand to benefit if Trump ...
When creating a portfolio, look at credit ratings, yield, cost-comparisons and more.
We’ve compiled a list of firms that stand to benefit if Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, is elected in November. Because Clinton has been in politics longer and has released a greater ...
As the Republican Party formally nominates Donald Trump, investors may want to position their portfolios for the November election by considering stocks likely to benefit from a win by either candidate. ...
The e-commerce giant’s shares continue to defy gravity even though consistent profit growth has long eluded the company.
Uncle Sam is raising the bar for advice that brokers give to retirement savers.
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