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Find out the truth behind the persistent myths that could be hindering your retirement planning.
If you're lucky enough to hit the jackpot, the right financial planner can help you avoid mistakes that have bankrupted other winners.
U.S. equities face an ironic headwind that will lead them to underperform global peers, according to Credit Suisse: signs of an economic recovery.
Young pro athletes often burn through big money contracts, but Philadelphia 76ers phenom Michael Carter-Williams is going to an extreme to protect himself.
Harvard and Yale may help shape some of the brightest minds, but their endowment investment returns can look downright dumb.
Burt Malkiel, author of 'A random walk down Wall Street', talks to CNBC about the right, and wrong ways, to diversify assets.
Goldman Sachs predicts a "significant decline" in gold in 2014, following losses of around 26 percent in the previous metal so far this year.
Don't bet your shirt on a repeat performance in the stock market. That's the message from some of the nation's biggest investment firms.
Billionaire value investor Mario Gabelli told CNBC Thursday that he sees big opportunities in media stocks, specifically Time Warner, News Corp, Viacom, and Discovery.
As more U.S. retirees, feeling the economic pinch back home, are pursuing the American Dream abroad in low-cost countries, pluses and pitfalls abound.
Feeling the economic pinch in the U.S., older Americans are retiring abroad, hoping to live out their golden years at a lower cost in foreign climes.
Silicon Valley's suddenly wealthy won't be doing mutual funds and muni bonds. Start-up millionaires just don't do "traditional" when it comes to investing.
Stocks across the globe won't see quite the same "risk-on" rally that 2013 has brought, according to analysts at HSBC.
Participants in 401(k)s have demanded more choice and employers responded. The result: more investments, worse performance, JPMorgan found.
If you're 55 and fearing that the only way to rescue your retirement is a time machine, you are not alone. You're also not out of options.
The stock market could pull back as much as 5 percent if the Fed starts to taper in December, JPMorgan's Thomas Lee told CNBC. But he said to buy any dips.
With computers in our cars, in our pockets, on our wrists, and on our faces, we have faster, broader access to content than ever before. Host Carl Quintanilla explores this new world in "Binge."
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