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GameStop: What You Need to Know

The so-called “Nerds versus Wall Street” battle over GameStop is grabbing headlines and attracting speculators hoping to cash in on the dramatic stock price movements.

Your Financial Restart After COVID

Has COVID changed how you think about your future? Get help re-evaluating your long- and short-term financial plans.

The Disconnect: Pandemic vs. Markets

Despite an uncertain economy, the markets have been rallying. Find out why.

Time for a (Portfolio) Checkup?

Maintaining your financial health takes some planning—and regular exams. Here’s what to know to for your next portfolio review.

Do’s and Don’ts (and Maybes) During Volatility

Wondering what to do with your investments when faced with market volatility? Here’s what to consider.

Market Volatility: Are You In or Out?

Chasing high-flyers or cashing out are extreme reactions to market risk and volatility. Here’s why the best choice is somewhere in between.

Weathering Market Swings

Investors often wonder if they should sell their investments when the market hits a rough patch to avoid losses—but patience can be a virtue in volatile markets.

Keep Emotions in Check—Automatically

Is there an easy way to take the emotion and guesswork out of when and how much to invest during turbulent times? Here’s how.

How Women Can Bridge the Gender Investing Gap Now

There's a large gender gap when it comes to investing. Find out why women tend to invest less than men and what steps you can take to close that gap.

Women: Invest for a Better Life Long Before Retirement

What happens when women start investing their money? Find out what these real women learned from their investing experience, and how they got started.

6 Sayings Investors Should Ignore

Investing advice is readily available—but that doesn't mean it has merit. Today we set the record straight to help you achieve your financial goals.

    Biden Won’t Ride a Blue Wave, but Change Is Coming

    Biden has pledged to work with Republicans on Capitol Hill. Failing that, he won’t be powerless to pursue his agenda.

    Global Markets Shifting Along With Election Scenarios

    As many predicted, we find ourselves in an unsettled situation as election officials nationwide count votes in the contentious U.S. presidential election.

    Ballots, Bulls and Bears

    In no uncertain terms, what really affects the stock market is uncertainty—because it causes people to doubt existing business plans.

    Focus on Process, Not Politics

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is one example that demonstrates the pitfalls of investing based on political outcomes.

    Global Markets at a Crossroads Leading Up to U.S. Election

    November’s U.S. presidential election will, inevitably, affect markets. Today we look at what a Trump or Biden victory could mean for investors. Which industries would benefit, and which industries would not?

    Stocks Are the True Independents in This Election

    Presidential elections often lead to volatility in the markets. But “betting” on a political outcome is difficult and potentially costly.

      Family & Finances

      Life After the Pandemic

      Major shifts to working from home also impact how we spend money. See what that could mean for the economy.

      How to Set Up an Emergency Fund to Prepare for the Unexpected

      Emergencies can pop up at the most unlikely of times. Planning for the unexpected helps to cushion the financial blow. Here’s how to do it.

      New Normal, New Budget?

      We often think of budgeting as a way to save for specific goals. But committing to a budget can also provide a reassuring framework during trying times.

      Juggling Finances While Caring for a Parent

      Helping manage your aging parents' finances can be challenging. Here's how to minimize your own risk when taking over your parent's finances.

      Family Money Talk: The Key to a Strong Financial Plan

      Families should (but don’t) share financial plans. Here’s why.

      What to Do When a Parent Dies: After Death Responsibilities Checklist

      Losing a loved one is hard, but sorting out their estate shouldn’t be. Here are steps you can take to contact creditors, distribute assets and more.

      7 Tips for Managing Your Household

      The pandemic is changing how we live and work. Get tips for managing it all.

      How These 3 Real Couples Manage Debt Together

      Do married couples share debt? What happens when one spouse has debt—is the other spouse responsible? Find out how real couples manage their debts.

      Caring for an Elderly Parent? 5 Financial Tips for You

      Many adult children serve as a caregiver for a parent. Learn how to reduce the financial and emotional impact of stepping back from work to care for a loved one.

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