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For starters, they do more research and panic less. And guess what -- they get better results.
An investing gender gap, by Janet Bodnar
Sinking stocks don't necessarily presage an economic downturn.
More-flexible criteria especially benefit millennials and retirees.
Some employers are requiring workers to take time off.
Are they really worth their hefty price tag?
Relaxed rules help retirees, first-time buyers and buyers in expensive markets.
The bizarre rules of political campaign contributions, by Knight Kiplinger
4 tips to buy stocks low, by James K. Glassman
Lonnie McQuirter runs a different kind of service station.
Keep your investing simple, by Anne Kates Smith
Our seven picks are well positioned to handle a global economic slowdown.
Downturns, often nasty ones, come with the territory.
Can the Fed save the market?, by Jeremy J. Siegel
Attractive yields make many of the shares we've recommended appealing enough until oil prices rebound.
ETFs offer exceptional diversity and often low costs, but shop wisely.
Why I keep buying Apple stock, by Kathy Kristof
Concerns about China, oil prices and weak currencies suggest that you approach this sector gingerly.
High-quality bonds continue to rollick, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett
A flexible bond fund prepares for trouble.
An ETF to own 6,000 foreign stocks.
This mutual fund pays 3% tax-free.
Just starting out? Raising a family? Getting ready to retire? Whatever your age, follow our moves for tending your finances, and you'll reap big rewards.
HSA vs. IRA: Which one to fund first?, by Kimberly Lankford
This year, you have a few extra days to make sure you get all the breaks you deserve.
The worst thing to do is panic. But that doesn't mean you should sit back and let your retirement nest egg crack.
Now, with lower costs and less risk, these loans can be a flexible source of retirement income.
More than a convenient way to pay, your card also comes with valuable consumer benefits.
Save time and money with our favorite budgeting apps and sites.
Upgrade your home and insurance policy before spring storms hit.
With the rise of short-term rates, APRs are starting to increase, too.
The industry has upended the model of how you buy a phone and pick a plan.
6 things you must know about unpaid bills.
After a Powerball win, a rich life.