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These are the top 10 retirement spots in the U.S.

Housing affordability, taxes and happiness were part of the considerations when U.S. News & World Report came up with this year's top retirement destinations.

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Morgan Stanley says SpaceX's Starship may 'transform investor expectations' about space

The valuation of Elon Musk's SpaceX has hit $100 billion, and Morgan Stanley believes its Starship rockets will have wide-reaching implications.

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This could be the worst market for a first-time homebuyer, experts say

Covid has kicked the housing market into high gear. At the end of September, the average home price was up 14% from the same month last year, and 30% from 2019.

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Inflation is not going away any time soon. Here's how top financial advisors are handling it

Everyone, from Federal Reserve officials to individual investors, is worried about inflation. What top advisors from CNBC's FA 100 list are doing about it.

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Is college really worth it? Here are the schools with the best return on investment

Considering the total cost, future earnings and overall student loan debt, these colleges offer the best return on your investment.

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First bitcoin futures exchange-traded fund starts trading. What to know before adding it to your portfolio

The first U.S. bitcoin futures exchange-traded fund starts trading on the New York Stock Exchange. What to know before adding it to your portfolio.

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Gas prices are at a seven-year high and expected to keep rising. How to save at the pump

Gas prices have jumped by more than $1 per gallon over the last year and are expected to keep rising, at least in the short term.

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The Relationship Between Millenials, Managers, and Leaders

Guest Post | Oct 19, 2021 Have you been wondering about the differences between managers and leaders? What makes a great manager and a great leader? Do most managers have valuable leadership skills? How about teams and employees who are being managed? Even though expanding businesses need to hire managers, people don’t like to be


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As regulators circle above, how should the DeFi industry respond?

Forkast | Adi Ben-Ari | Oct 19, 2021 Recent intervention by regulators in the U.S. and China has made for difficult times for the decentralized finance DeFi sector, but it highlighted again the need to communicate the value that DeFi brings to business and finance, and to allay concerns about the risks. DeFi is an


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A drop in wages prompted worries some people's Social Security benefits could be reduced. The recovery helped change that

When the pandemic hit, wages took a dive. But a key measurement used to calculate Social Security benefits, the average wage index, was able to bounce back.

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Here are some smart financial moves for new parents

There are many financial moves new and expecting parents should make for a healthier household budget and to protect children down the road.

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There’s a growing demand for psychology in financial planning. How top firms use it in their practices

There's a growing emphasis on psychology in financial planning as advisors explore ways to strengthen client relationships. Here’s how top firms are doing it.

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MintGreen to make North Vancouver world’s first city heated by bitcoin

Vancouver Tech Journal | William Johnson | Oct 14, 2021 Bitcoin mining company MintGreen to deliver innovative low-carbon mining waste solution to heat City of North Vancouver. As part of an effort to reduce its urban carbon footprint, the City of North Vancouver and Lonsdale Energy Corporation (LEC), its district energy utility, will be introducing


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Large lottery cash drawings were not enough to increase Covid-19 vaccination rates, study finds

Certain states offered Covid-19 lotteries with large cash drawings in an effort to increase their vaccination rates. But the incentives had little effect.

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CFTC fines Tether US$41M for misleading claims about currency backing

Bloomberg | Jesse Westbrook | Oct 15, 2021 Tether will pay US$41 million to settle allegations it lied in claiming its digital tokens were fully backed by fiat currencies, putting a major compliance headache behind the world’s biggest issuer of stablecoins even as regulatory scrutiny intensifies. For years, Tether told customers and the broader cryptocurrency


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