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Increasing the budget deficit can create jobs by putting money into people's pockets, but it can also increase interest rates, reports Vox.
The soaring Wall Street is a tough short.
The editor-in-chief of Automotive News says it's time to disable phones while they're in motion.
Four ways Trump's "New deal" can deliver results for urban Americans and a return for investors, says Lyneir Richardson.
As Donald Trump makes more controversial Cabinet picks, Jake Novak says he's betting Americans will care more about results than ideology.
Would you ever believe you could live in the Caribbean for $1,000 a month? Deb Crofutt and her husband prove it's totally possible.
The Mary Jane train is barreling through. Even Trump's pick for attorney general can't derail legalization, says Adam Bierman.
Stock ownership is increasingly concentrated in the hands of the wealthy.
Trump's policies will hurt the very people who voted for him. Here's how progressives can use that to make gains, says Prof. Paul Osterman.
Four years ago, Michael Pento predicted a bond-market collapse in 2016. Here's what he sees as the interest rate that would break the Trump rally's back.
In Trump, you may not like the messenger, but you should love the message, says trader Jack Bouroudjian.
Trump should back off attacking little guys like Chuck Jones but unions need to do some serious soul searching too, says Jake Novak.
Advisor Mitch Goldberg has compiled a list of the most infuriating things investors believe, causing them to miss out on stock winners.
Many investors are high-net-worth individuals who understand the rules, yet advisors often find themselves playing the role of therapist.
Many advisors disregard young doctors because they have a negative net worth. Sadly, that's when they need professional guidance most.
Donald Trump says he's going to bring down prescription drug prices. And here's why that's totally possible, says Jake Novak.
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