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How Much You Should Save for Retirement, Based on 139 Years of Data

Most people have heard of stocks and bonds, but there are a ton of different ways to invest your money—mutual funds, CDs, real estate...the list is seemingly endless. Here's our reference guide to all the different types of investments and what they mean.

The Two Simple Equations That Lead to Financial Success

Building wealth isn't complicated. In fact, you can break it down to these two equations.

Measure Your Financial Literacy with This Basic Test

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Most Popular Investment Firm: Vanguard

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Wall Street Survivor Teaches Everything You Need to Know About Money

Learn how to invest in stocks and how to buy stocks by playing our stock game. Our virtual stock market game is the best way to learn to invest.

Six Rookie Portfolio Mistakes Even Seasoned Investors Make

There are plenty of ways to succeed as a real estate agent, but there are 4 distinct ways to assure resounding failure! Here are the top 4 ways to flush your real estate business and how to avoid them!

Take a Day Off and Put Yourself Through Financial Boot Camp

Musicians, producers and engineers often face tough career propositions. Here's how to avoid losing your shirt – in good times and in bad.

Map Out Financial Security with the Financial Planning Pyramid

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The Sheep and the Wolves: Smart Investing Made Simple

The Sheep and the Wolves: Smart Investing Made Simple, a tech post from the blog Lifehacker on Bloglovin’

This Checklist Helps You Make Sure Your Investments Are on Track

The Awesome Portfolio Checklist runs true to its name. It's a checklist for reviewing and setting up your investment portfolio, and it is awesome.