3 Stocks With Magic PEG Ratios – Investment Ideas

Learn how to scan for stocks that are trading at a discount to expected growth. Read More

Take This Month’s Economic Data With a Grain of Salt

The U.S. government shutdown and the 5-year anniversary of the financial crisis will make comparisons of economic data not representative. Read More

Turnarounds: How Long is Too Long?

Meg Whitman is into year three of her Hewlett-Packard turnaround. But how long is too long when it comes to fixing a business? Read More

How to Be a Retirement David to Wall Street Goliaths

Does the little guy ever really stand a chance in the market? Well… did David take down Goliath? You need to be armed to compete in retirement...here's how. Read More

Financial Stocks Scream for Caution

Financial stocks like JPMorgan are starting to show signs of weakness according to several charts that plot the course of the industry. Read More

Late Jobs Report Let Peace Reign

Jobs report? What jobs report? It barely caused a blip, and that's a good thing, though as the market rises we're seeing more and more speculation. Read More

A Million Dollars Isn’t What It Used to Be

We all want to grow our nest eggs and make sure they last over the long haul, but a new investment landscape is out there, and you need to know how to play it Read More

5 Common Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid

Estate planning isn't one of family life's fun topics, but its critical to how you leave your legacy, so plan ahead and don't make these 5 mistakes Read More

Home Prices Weigh on Existing Home Sales

Home prices and mortgage rates are up, and that has caused existing home sales to decline, according to the latest National Association of Realtors report. Read More

Focus on Selling With Market at New Highs

Anyone can see that the market is overvalued -- so with the temporary high we're seeing after the reopening of the government, sell off top performers. Read More

Why Ditching Daily Coffee Habit Isn’t The Best Savings Plan

It's a rule so basic that it's in just about every personal finance book and blog post on savings in the last decade: ditch the daily coffee. It's rubbish. Read More

Retirement Investors: Tune Out the Noise from Washington

Congress finally reached a deal to reopen the government...but it's only temporary. When this happens again, remember to stay the course. Read More

The Trouble With Minimum Wage McJobs

The negative impact of minimum wage fast-food jobs extends far beyond individual workers … while the benefits of better pay would do the same. Read More

How Much Stock Should You Buy?

Deciding how many shares of a stock you want to buy really is a question about the kind of investor you are and the type of portfolio you are trying to build. Read More

10 Ways to Avoid Market Volatility

While there's no way to tell if market volatility will result in a big move to the upside or downside, these suggestions will help stabilize your portfolio. Read More

VIDEO: Why You Should Learn How to Invest Now

Jon Markman, editor of Trader's Advantage, says Generation Y needs to learn how to invest as soon as possible. Why? Because it works. Read More

MARC FABER: There Are No Safe Havens For Investors

Stocks, bonds, cash and even gold, no asset appears to be a hedge against losses; your best bet is a mixed portfolio of all these assets Read More

Tapering on Hold Until Janet Yellen Takes the Reins

With all of the dysfunction in Washington right now, and a new Fed chair recently appointed, tapering isn't likely to occur until next year. Read More

4 Embarrassing Life Events to Tell Your Financial Advisor

Keeping your financial advisor informed on your life is critical to getting the best advice; some issues may be personal, but let them know about them anyway Read More

Flu Season Is Coming — And These Companies Are Ready

Flu season is slowly getting started -- bad news for us, but welcome news for companies that benefit from flu sufferers' ills. Here's a look at some of them. Read More