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Without price volatility, there is no market -- i.e., prices are static.
All investments have some level of risk, and bonds are no exception.
Most workers spend a lifetime building up their retirement plan balances in their 401(k) accounts.
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When a company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, it doesn't mean that it is going out of business (that's Chapter 7).
April is National Poetry month and tech giant Apple appears to be feeling the spirit of the season.
The short answer to this question is "No, you cannot deduct fund expense ratios on your tax return." However, while these expenses aren't directly deductible, the reasoning behind this makes sense when you understand the Internal Revenue Service's definition of an investment expense.
If the firm's sagging stock price is any indication, times are tough at professional social network LinkedIn .
TrendForce expects Apple's current-gen iPhone line is struggling.
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Broader indexes barely budged on Friday even as tech stocks fell thanks to disappointing earnings results from a few of the industry's biggest players.
Income investors often gravitate toward stocks with the highest yields, but big payouts can be unsustainable over the long term.
As earnings season kicks into high gear, the markets managed to move higher for the week despite tumbling slightly lower over the past couple of days.
Shares of Big Lots have been on a white-hot run of late, up about 30% over the past three months.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Wells Fargo's $947 billion loan portfolio acts as a magnate for money.
Biogen reported earnings on Thursday with revenue that fell short of expectations, but the biotech was able to cut enough costs to produce a substantial increase in earnings.
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What: Shares of Hawaiian Airlines parent Hawaiian Holdings, were sinking today after reporting first-quarter earnings report last night.
Following its huge fourth quarter , you can bet the pressure is on when Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) reports first-quarter results on Wednesday.