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The joy of cash

Jul 22, 2011
These are unsettling times....
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Copyright violator Xunlei going public in U.S.

Jul 20, 2011
The Chinese video-streaming website Xunlei provides access to billions of stolen songs, movies and TV shows. Despite violating U.S. law, the company is planning to IPO on the American market.
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Default risk and retirement savings

Jul 14, 2011
Question: I work for the government and have a TSP account with the majority of my money in the government security fund which is a no risk fund....
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Why investing like a girl is a good thing

Jul 8, 2011
One example of someone who's successfully invested like a girl? The Oracle of Omaha, of course.
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Protecting your investments in case of default

Jul 4, 2011
Some investors are beginning to believe a default by the United States government is possible. What can investors do to protect themselves from this scenario?
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Dunkin' Donuts' IPO returns company to the public

Jul 4, 2011
The popular fast food spot is one of a couple dozen companies owned by private equity to go public this year.
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The ups and downs of pretend investing

Jul 1, 2011
Feeling a little wary about diving into Wall Street? An entrepreneur merged social media and stock indexes to create a fantasy investing world, where you can invest without losing any real dollars but potentially win some greenbacks too.
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The bubbles to look for, thanks to baby boomers

Jun 30, 2011
As baby boomers try and sell off their stocks, and their kids go off to college, they may be setting off some big bubbles. Will they bust?
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Cash is king

Jun 29, 2011
You've probably heard of a "black swan."...
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Could Greek crisis affect money-market funds?

Jun 24, 2011
The funds shouldn't own Greek bonds, but they could hold short-term investments in European banks with Greek bond holdings.
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