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Despite tepid economic growth, U.S. stocks should produce respectable gains in the coming year.
Helping you make sense of the markets, by Janet Bodnar
If you see these signs, you may want to pull in your horns.
Even as the economy recovers, some jobs will never come back.
This is the time for employers to reinstate or raise their matching contributions, by Knight Kiplinger
Need money? Just ask your bank. The rates are higher, but the complications few.
Lower fees for merchants could mean money in your pocket.
A house is just a home, by Knight Kiplinger.
Sharing services let you rent out your car when you're not using it.
We can improve our ability to make investing decisions by procrastinating a bit, focusing on fewer options and settling for good enough.
A year’s worth of money-saving reminders.
10 stock picks for 2011, by James Glassman
Shares of these beaten-down money-management firms make good investments, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
Our picks include familiar names, but most will surprise you.
To make money, go where the growth is.
Bond investors will find the coming year challenging.
Two of our editors differ sharply over the glittery stuff's future. See whose side you're on.
A bargain hunter, a hedge-fund manager and a brokerage strategist share their market outlooks and their game plans.
Is momentum investing dead? by Russel Kinnel
Use the right tools to diversify, and you can even out the ups and downs of your portfolio.
The stocks of Apple, Google and Microsoft have diverged. We tell you which ones to buy and which to avoid.
5 dirt-cheap stock picks for 2011, by Andrew Feinberg
Why you should sell health-care REITs now, by Jeffrey Kosnett
The notoriously cyclical sector is booming, but the record shows it can’t stand prosperity.
Surprise! Mutual fund fees fall, by Russel Kinnel
Silver's dizzying ascent isn't over. But you're better off investing in a basket of commodities.
This socially screened fund looks for growing firms at cheap prices.
Property values are still drifting down, but look for relief at the end of 2011.
Yale economist Robert Shiller says foreclosure-gate is sapping confidence and more price declines are likely.
Read our exclusive interview with Elizabeth Warren, President Obama's pick for special adviser, to find out what the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will mean to you.
Sometimes it makes sense to add cash or shorten the term when you refinance.
Despite proposed premium increases, insurance is still the best way to protect yourself.
First, get the most out of your flexible spending account in the new year.
Bank online and you can avoid the fees and even earn a little interest.
Some Medicare beneficiaries will face higher costs for coverage in the New Year.
You can probably get your payment in under the wire and have it credited to your account without paying an extra fee.
From cars to TVs to patio pavers, learn the tricks of talking your way to a deal.
New smart phones and other mobile devices promise nearly instant Web access. But is the technology worth the price?
How to avoid getting ripped off for auto repairs, by Jessica Anderson
What you need to know about extended warranties, by Patricia Mertz Esswein
Wounded warrior Eric Wolfe returns to work.