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Warren Buffett is a master manipulator of taxes—and his image in the media. Trump shouldn't fall for the trap, says Jake Novak.
Historical levels of real return available from most asset classes has served to make asset allocation far easier than it might be in the years ahead.
Now that earnings season is here, are third-quarter revenue estimates too high?
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway's "unless" remark may strike a chord with women.
A lot of pundits counted Donald Trump's campaign as dead after that lewd tape leaked. Here's why the campaign is, like the Bee Gees song, "Stayin' Alive."
Trump suggested in the debate that Canadians come to the US when they need a big operation because their health-care system is so slow. Not true, says Vox's Julia Belluz.
Sunday night's debate moderators grabbed way too much time and dictated way too much of the tone of Sunday's night debate, says Jake Novak.
That lewd tape isn't the end of the Trump campaign, says Jake Novak. Here's why.
One a two-person stage with Donald Trump it's hard to come off as the less honest one, but Hillary Clinton succeeded in doing just that, says Jake Novak.
Here are five of the questions Trump and Clinton are most likely to be asked at Sunday night's debate.
Here's how Student Loan Hero CEO Andrew Josuweit conquered $107k of student-loan debt in seven years.
The format of the second debate exposes key weaknesses for both Trump and Clinton, says Jake Novak. Will they buckle or prevail?
The jobs report was kind of right down the middle but the bond market behaved as if it was full steam ahead for a rate hike, says Ron Insana.
The outlook for oil prices remains bullish, both on the chart and in the economy.
After a sluggish first half, recent IPO moonshots spark hope for the listings business.
Mike Pence has no chance of being a Republican presidential front runner in 2020, explains Jake Novak.
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