Aiming for 6 Retirement Goals with Just 3 Simple Buckets

You've saved hard for retirement, and to help that money last, think about pouring it into three buckets, each with a very di

Wall Street market strategists see solid fourth quarter despite impeachment inquiry, trade war

The stock market should have a solid fourth quarter, even with turbulence that could come from the impeachment inquiry and tr

Analyst slaps sell rating on Beyond Meat, says plant-based meat market not as big as people think

D.A. Davidson gave Beyond Meat an underperform rating as the plant based meat industry will be smaller than the plant based m

Shares of pharma companies soar after Johnson & Johnson opioid fine

Shares of pharmaceutical companies surged in after-hours trading following a smaller-than-expected fine for Johnson & Joh

Is a Recession Imminent?

Shoppers will have to carry the load for now because weak business investment shows no sign of perking up anytime soon. Odds

10 Tips on How and When to File an Amended Tax Return

It's well past April 15. So, unless you applied for an extension, the stress and frustration of filing your federal tax retur

Trump to meet with White House trade team to discuss tariffs on European automakers

President Donald Trump is planning on meeting with his trade team on Tuesday to discuss a draft report on tariffs, according

Tesla shares plunge as Wall Street throws in towel, saying Musk departure could cost stock $130

Tesla's stock is falling as analysts voice concern about the negative effects from SEC's lawsuit against CEO Elon Musk.  (mo

You Can Now Freeze — and Unfreeze — Your Credit Report for Free

As of September 21, credit bureaus can no longer charge you to freeze your credit reports or to lift a freeze. Here's what yo

New Retirement Plan Option May Be on Horizon

Multiple employer plans would allow unaffiliated small businesses to join together to offer 401(k)s.

Expert says sell Twitter’s stock because of rising costs for regulatory oversight

Twitter's ability to keep costs low despite fierce competition and heightened regulatory scrutiny will not last, according to

Trump hits back at Jamie Dimon, says JP Morgan CEO doesn’t have the ‘smarts’ to run for president

A day after Dimon said he was "smarter" than Trump, the president calls the J.P. Morgan CEO  a "poor public speaker and a ne

US foreign trade balances are absolutely national security problems

The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.

Time to Reassess Your Life Insurance After Tax Reform

The new tax law is prompting policyholders to review their life insurance to see if the coverage still makes sense.

Now-cautious bull names 4 risks keeping him up at night

Federated Investors' Phil Orlando sees a high probability stocks will stumble 5 to 8 percent in the coming weeks.

President Trump is the unsung hero of the world economy

The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.

Does Apple’s $1 Trillion Benchmark Even Matter?

Wall Street collectively pointed and stared at the big, round number. But experts don't agree on what it means for AAPL stock

Voice Assistants Can Help Older Adults

How devices including Amazon Echo and Apple HomePod can help seniors feel more connected.

Warren Buffett just made more than $2 billion in Apple

Warren Buffett is up big in his Apple position Wednesday after the company reported a better-than-expected earnings report.

20 Great Places to Retire in Tax-Friendly States

Not to be too grim, but as you're approaching retirement, you need to think seriously about the only two certainties in this

Jim Paulsen sees a warning sign that should have investors shifting their game plan

While the four variables that are traditionally recession indicators aren’t lining up right now, Jim Paulsen sees another e

IBM is experimenting with a cryptocurrency that’s pegged to the US dollar

IBM has put its weight behind a so-called “stablecoin,” a digital token tied to the U.S. dollar.

Amazon Prime Day 2018: Best Things to Buy

With Amazon Prime Day just around the corner, starting July 16 at 3 p.m. ET and running for 36 hours, questions beg: What do

Citigroup: Red states will lose the most in trade war with China

States won by President Donald Trump in the 2016 election stand to lose the most as a trade war between the U.S. and China ki

Travel Snag? Your Credit Card Could Help

Booking a trip with the right credit card can save you thousands.