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Sears Holdings, struggling to stay in business, is one of three retail chains we warned investors about in January.
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Freaking out about the market? Here's what you can do right now to ease your anxiety.
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As a bondholder, owner of insurance companies and a big investor in banks, Berkshire Hathaway profits from rising interest rates in a number of ways.
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After a sharp rally following the November presidential election, are there any bank stocks with more upside to give on rising rates?
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Snapchat’s parent is going public, but there’s no guarantee the stock will be as popular as the smartphone app.
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Berkshire Hathaway has all but abandoned its stake in the world’s largest retailer.
Lock in some profits and rebalance your portfolio, but don't go overboard.
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Buffett's holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, now owns about 133 million shares of the iPhone maker.
Taking some profits on your stock gains isn't a bad idea. But don't rush headlong for the exits.
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The bull market is likely to celebrate its eighth birthday under the Trump presidency, but gains will again be middling.
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Finding bargains isn't easy these days, but these three value-fund managers dug hard.
Hint: It has nothing to do with the market, and everything to do with your personal circumstances.
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These high-paying hybrid securities belong in most income portfolios.
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The ride getting there may be bumpy, but the Dow Jones industrial average could be heading toward a major milestone: cracking 20,000 for the first time in its 120-year history.
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His election adds uncertainty, which Wall Street hates, but could lead to improved economic growth and benefit health care, financial and infrastructure stocks, among others.
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Here's an old-school idea: Buy big-name stocks with above-average dividend yields and below-average price-earnings ratios.
Whether you’re pulling in a paycheck or living off investments, dividends can be a great way to reel in some cash.