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The biggest threat to stocks now: A Fed rate hike

Imagine celebrating your birthday by listening to nonstop talk about your demise.<p>Such is life for the bull market in stocks, which officially turns six years old this week.<p>Rather than focusing on the 200% surge in the stock market, investors are far more concerned about whether or not the …

Stock Markets

When the Fed finally raises rates, stocks will go nowhere

In a note Tuesday, Barclays' Jonathan Glionna noted that rate hikes happen when the economy is in good shape, meaning corporate earnings are likely also strong.<p>Stocks rallied after previous rate hikes because earnings growth offset lower valuation multiples, which investors reduced in reaction to …

Mars One mission: a one-way trip to the red planet in 2024

Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images<p>Mars One chief executive, Bas Lansdorp, left, announces the launch of astronaut selection for a Mars space mission project, in New York. Mars One is a non-profit organisation that aims to establish a permanent human settlement on …

Mars

5 Trends To Watch In 2015 That Could Impact Your Finances

While tax-efficient investing and maxing out tax-advantaged retirement accounts should always be top financial priorities, the start of every new year means there are new financial rules and trends to consider. Here are my insights on what’s coming down the road—and how to plan for them.<p><b>Higher Taxes</b><p>…

2014: A Case For ETF Portfolio Investing

Now that the year is behind us and we have some nice round numbers, it’s a good time to look back and understand how building an ETF portfolio really works.<p>For this experiment, let’s use some widely held ETFs that track the major market benchmarks. The bottom line is simple: Taken in 12-month …

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<i>Written by Mary Gallagher; Updated June 11, 2018</i><p>Housing prices tend to rise with inflation. Absent economic and supply-and-demand pressures, the price of goods remains the same. If the only change introduced to the economy is the addition of money, the price of goods will rise. Of course, the …

Housing

Economists see revved-up US economy next year

In case you missed it, the U.S. economy is picking up speed.<p>That's the view of a panel of business economists, whose latest growth forecast calls for …

These programming skills will earn you the most money

<i>This post has been corrected</i><p>If you want to provoke an argument among computer programmers, ask them to pick their favorite coding language or framework. But even more contentious in an environment where engineers literally have agents, is which is the most lucrative.<p>Quora threads on the subject …

Programming

Caesars Shares Are Going Bonkers

Shares of the casino operator popped on Wednesday after a report from Bloomberg's Laura Keller, citing two people with knowledge of the plans, said that Caesars Entertainment has presented a plan to restructure the debt of its largest unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., into a real estate …

The Millionaire Mindset: 6 Mistakes the Rich Never Make

<i>This post originally appeared on LearnVest.</i><p>Income inequality. One percenters. The wealth gap.<p>Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately — or you …

8 End-of-Year Tax Tips You Won't Want to Miss

2014 is quickly coming to a close. Before ringing in the New Year, take December to round out some quick and easy tips to lower your tax obligations and even boost your tax refund. And who doesn't want more money?<p>So before we put a cork in this year, get your tax to-do list ready -- and lets check …

Bombproof Your Retirement Portfolio Now

Record-setting markets got you down? You’re not alone. Anyone who remembers the dot-com days and the 2008 debacle rightly would be concerned.<p>Trouble is, we want the markets to go higher. It’s how your retirement portfolio grows, after all. Some of it is income from dividends and bonds, but a lot of …

10 Great Work-From-Home Jobs

Working from home promises big benefits: <b>extra income, flexible hours and a dress code of slippers and sweatpants</b>. The trick, of course, is finding …

Work from Home