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Stocks may have been rallying, but the bear market isn’t over for two reasons

The bear market is not over, according to a contrarian analysis of stock market timer sentiment. That’s for two contrarian-related…

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The FAANMGs have been whittled down to the fantastic four

The anticipation of second-quarter Big Tech earnings was palpable. With a broad set of indicators pointing to a slowdown in…

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My boyfriend, 68, has almost no ‘mad money’ for fun activities and trips. He lives with his father, 95, and expects to inherit his house. Is it unreasonable to expect him to get a part-time job?

I am a 65-year-old retired woman with modest Social Security and annuity payments. I also own my own home and…

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Energy stocks have a sustainable future: it’s in their dividends

One of the few numbers growing faster than energy stock dividends is the size of crowds convinced they are not…

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Why the Stock Market Is Still in for a Slog

Text size While the markets and many consumers are worried about inflation, other people, like these skaters at Rockefeller Center…

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Fidelity’s bitcoin move getting all the wrong publicity

What would Ned Johnson do? The late, great Fidelity Investments honcho built his family’s Boston-based money management firm into one…

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The Grim Reason the Dollar Is Staying Strong

Text size It would be difficult to find a currency to dethrone the dollar. Asif Hassan/AFP/Getty Images About the author: Desmond…

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Public pension hole now $11,000 per U.S. worker

Top state and local pension funds lost $250 billion on the markets during the month of June and are down…

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Twitter Wants to Force Musk to Buy It. But There’s a Hitch.

Text size A court could compel Tesla chief executive Elon Musk to purchase Twitter, but could it compel him to…

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Which Intel CEO is to blame for the current woes? Or is it actually AMD’s CEO?

As Intel Corp. investors try to parse through the wreckage of its disastrous second quarter, one nagging question will not…

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