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The bond market has been remarkably resilient in the face of dire warnings of inflationary pressures.
Since women still get paid less than men do for the same work, maybe a perception shift could help.
The Trump/GOP Obamacare replacement will rely heavily on this strategy for dealing with pre-existing conditions, says Jake Novak.
From emerging markets to metals, Peter Boockvar offers his best investing ideas for 2017.
Here's the real reason why Trump and Congress will quickly build a Mexican border wall, says Jake Novak.
Trump's promise of 25 million jobs is "difficult to digest" from a "mathematical perspective," says market analyst Naeem Aslam.
With a little hacking, flexibility and willingness to save and invest well, a comfortable retirement is still within our grasp.
Trader Jack Ablin sums up the mass destruction retailers are experiencing right now in one neat little chart.
Donald Trump's corporate attacks may seem random, but the President-elect is targeting certain companies for a reason, says Jake Novak.
Grant Cardone explains why your focus should be on earning, not saving.
A lot of end-of-year commentary made it sound as if 2016 was a wild year for the market. In fact, it was amazingly normal. Cliff Asness crunches the numbers.
Here are the four countries with the best health care in the world, according to International Living magazine. Can you guess what they are?
"Doing" involves risk but it's the only way to make progress.
Some GOP leaders are starting to worry about the repercussions of repealing Obamacare, says Jeff Stein.
Fed policy-making has had the world upside down with the real risks in the economy largely unappreciated, says Robert Brusca.
Although it's important to have insurance to protect against risk, there is a cost — not just in dollars — to carrying too much coverage.
Investors tend to buy the losing sectors last year and lighten up on the biggest gainers, especially in today's "expensive" market.
It's going to get ugly, but eventually, the GOP and Democrats will come to a deal on Obamacare, says Jake Novak.
Wall Street may believe it's just talk, but Trump is putting his tough words on trade quietly into action, says Matthew Yglesias.
Every American can play a role in fixing the broken health-care system. How? Refuse to pay medical bills until hidden costs are revealed.
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