According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, reading aloud to your children and talking about pictures and words in age-appropriate books can strengthen language skills, literacy development, and relationships.
But even if the markets and economy as a whole were to turn, there will continue to be growth stories here and there that'll deliver no matter what. These are the secular growth stories. On Tuesday, Morgan
What makes something smart? It can mean many things for many people. But the kind of smart I'm talking about is the smart that inspires, the smart that speaks to us and makes sense, the smart that allows
The good news is that success is a learnable skill, and anyone can start thinking, acting, and making choices like the super wealthy. In T. Harv Eker's bestselling book, "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind,"
The stock market has turned cruel, probably leaving you with losses in your 401(k), IRA and college savings. What should you do? If you want to know how far this downturn will go, be skeptical of any you
This year's top business books come from journalists, economists, and academics and explore the opportunities and dangers presented by rapidly changing technology — from the first full-length biography
I took Harvard Business School's new pre-MBA course online — and it is definitely worth the 150 hours and $1,500
As a "pre-MBA" course, Harvard's HBX CORe (Credential of Readiness) covered the basics of statistics, economics, and accounting using the case study method. With so many free online courses covering the
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I wasn't wearing a digital watch or even a plastic camp watch anymore. It was real metal and it made me feel grown up. I wore it every day and then later passed it on to a good friend who was just getting
There is probably no investment more important than the one you make for your child's education. It will pay to take the time to research your options, and set up a regular plan of investing. College plans
Mallya was young, wasn't from the Valley, and he didn't know how to negotiate for salary. So unsurprisingly, one day he was having drinks with a co-worker and discovered his friend "was making much more
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. From 2011 to 2013, I read 197 books. I read about history, physics, science, health, world travel, space exploration, the ocean, fitness mathematics.
A new study suggests that long-distance runners are more attractive because they have greater levels of testosterone which makes them more manly and fertile. But there are other biological and evolutionary
Carl Richards is well-acquainted with money-mistakes — not only because of his work as a certified financial planner, but also because of his personal experience. During the last housing bubble, Richards
But it's an ever-changing job market. One day a skill is hot and the next it's not. Job site Dice.com recently published its 2015 Salary Survey, which named the highest-paying tech skills. Dice, a tech-job-hunting
As the CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management, the hedge fund he founded, he oversees $19 billion in assets. But before he became one of the elite, he learned the basics of investing in his early 20s.
Peter Bernstein wrote The 60/40 Solution in 2002. His seminal article laid out arguments for why 60% stocks and 40% bonds is the “ideal asset allocation” for long-term investors. He considered this allocation
But it's not like there aren't enough resources out there to help. The problem is choosing which ones to use. After weeding through numerous investing apps, podcasts, websites, and books, here are some
iBillionaire—the creators of the index backing the Direxion iBillionaire Index ETF—are at again, launching a new index that tracks the dividend stocks being bought by hedge fund masters of the universe
How to “glean profound insight into most of what has driven the history of the western world.” In December of 2011, Neil deGrasse Tyson — champion of science, celebrator of the cosmic perspective, master