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STX data by YCharts What: Shares of Seagate Technology fell 36.8% in April 2016, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence .
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Every year the stock market offers a number of surprises, and this year it's been the utter domination of precious-metal miners.
Social Security income is critical to most retirees and it's likely to be important to you, too, in your retirement.
There are a lot of different investment options available today, and with all that choice it's easy to dismiss bank stocks as villains, as "too big to fail," or simply as "too risky." While there are certainly just reasons for those sentiments, bank stocks in general can be a great place to invest your money.
If you're relatively young, Social Security may be the furthest thing from your mind.
Between 1989 and 1995, Huntington Ingallsbuilt three Sa'ar-class corvettes for the Israeli navy -- but none for the U.S. Navy.
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Few railroads move goods more efficiently than CN.
Sixty-five is the eligibility age for Medicare, and the process of enrollment depends on a few factors -- specifically, whether you're collecting Social Security yet and if you have health coverage through an employer.
A year ago, few could have imagined Donald Trump in the White House as our 45th president.
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Investing for growth? One of the stocks below might be exactly what your portfolio needs.
"In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." --Benjamin Franklin.
Because they provide tax deferral benefits and are designed as retirement vehicles, IRAs carry a 10% penalty (over and above regular income taxes) for what the IRS calls an "early" withdrawal.