Isias Payne

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Here’s Where the 7% Average Stock Market Return Comes From

Common investing knowledge is that you can expect a 6-7% return when you invest in the broad stock market. But where does this number come from? And …

MassRoots applies to be first cannabis company listed on Nasdaq

Marijuana social networking app MassRoots announced Monday that it has applied to be listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market. If accepted, the company …

This is why Elon Musk's SpaceX has been buying up SolarCity's bonds

On occasion celebrity entrepreneur Elon Musk’s three companies —electric car company Tesla, rocket firm SpaceX and solar installer SolarCity — end up …

10 Ways to Invest That Don't Involve the Stock Market

Five years into a bull market in stocks that has brought predictable, double-digit returns to tens of millions of investors probably seems like a bad time to bring this topic up.<p>But now is actually the perfect time to explore ways to invest that don't involve the stock market. After all, sooner or …

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These photos from a march for black lives in 1917 show how little has changed in 98 years

For the past three summers, activists and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement have marched in the streets of New York City, seeking to …

How much money you need to save each day to become a millionaire by age 65

"Becoming rich is nothing more than a matter of committing and sticking to a systematic savings and investment plan," financial adviser David Bach writes in his book "Smart Couples Finish Rich."<p>"You don't need to have money to make money," he writes. "You just need to make the right decisions — and …

Is the Bill of Rights Just “Legal Fiction”?

Americans are fond of referring to the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the Constitution, as a cornerstone of American freedom.<p>But what if …

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