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These mental tricks can trip up even professional traders, writes Meir…
05.25 / 09:40
marketwatch.com
Brokers are starting to disclose certain account and service fees in uniform manner, but more is…
05.25 / 09:40
marketwatch.com
Technology doesn’t just eliminate jobs, it also creates them. Here’s how to stay rel…
05.25 / 09:40
marketwatch.com
Starting a craft brewery is pricey. Here’s what you need to know about a lower-cost alternative: contract b…
05.25 / 09:40
marketwatch.com
Americans’ knowledge of personal finance is low even among people who have already made important financial d…
05.25 / 09:40
marketwatch.com
Congress' official budget analyst is projecting that the House Republican health care bill would produce 23 million more uninsured people and costly, perhaps unaffordable coverage for the seriously ill. Now … Click to Continue…
05.25 / 08:42
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In the June 4, 1969, Los Angeles Times, staff writer Robert Kistler reported: The eviction of Bunnie Burns from the Northern Hotel on Bunker Hill Tuesday required: –A sheriff’s inspector, two helmeted deputies, a female deputy, a sheriff’s captain and two deputies in “public relations”; –Plus Robert…
05.25 / 08:40
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Former Investment Association CEO Daniel Godfrey has announced the names of the five investment managers who will run the People's Trust, which he aims to launch this September, including names from Artemis, JO Hambro Capital Management and First…
05.25 / 08:00
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Funding Circle, the largest peer-to-peer (P2P) business in the UK, is in a position to launch an Innovative Finance ISA, having received full authorisation from the Financial Conduct…
05.25 / 08:00
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A state-run universal healthcare system? California only? It’s fantasy. Current legislation in Sacramento is fatally flawed and foolhardy. Why? It would be astronomically expensive, politically impossible and beyond state government’s competence. But it’s a rallying cry for many liberal follo…
05.25 / 07:33
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The new Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout at Disney’s California Adventure is more fun, thrilling and humorous than the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror ride it replaces. I rode the new Guardians attraction three times during a media preview last week and was surprised how quickly I f…
05.25 / 07:33
latimes.com
When the House Select Intelligence Committee opened its most recent hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 election, committee Chairman Devin Nunes was notably absent from the dais. The week before, when the Justice Department named a special prosecutor to take over the existing FBI…
05.25 / 07:33
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NASA funding: In the May 24 California section, an article about NASA funding attributed a reference to a “hobbled” Hubble Space Telescope to NASA Acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot. The Hubble observatory is in good health, and the reference should not have been attributed to Lightfoot. If…
05.25 / 06:28
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This year, Americans want to spend their Memorial Day weekend away from home, despite reports that gas prices are going to be the highest they’ve been in more than a decade. This is according to a recent report from AAA, which used economic variables to forecast domestic travel volumes, as well as data from research firm... Read More The post Americans Are Traveling (& Spending) More Than Ever This Memorial Day appeared first on …
05.25 / 05:32
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As the weather gets warmer, mosquitos and ticks re-enter our lives, and along with them comes their larger cousin, the scam artist. There are ways to prepare for those seasonal meal stealers. The same goes for scams, as foreknowledge is the best repellent. Ticks and mosquitos aren’t harmless — they are well-known vectors for serious... Read More The post 6 Summer Scams & How to Avoid Them appeared first on Cre…
05.25 / 05:32
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[Disclosure: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] If you’re trying to pay down a large credit card balance and you feel like you’re getting nowhere, one potential solution is to move your debts to a balance transfer card. Balance transfer cards often offer introductory periods of 0% interest, giving you time to pay down... Read More The post These Balance Transfer Credit Cards Can Help You Pay Down Debt appeared first on Cre…
05.25 / 05:32
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Getting physically fit can be overwhelming in a number of ways. But the one thing it should never overwhelm is your wallet. With fitness marketing experts mandating the purchase of this, that and the other thing, it’s easy to think you have to spend half your yearly salary to achieve your goals. You don’t, of... Read More The post 15 Ways to Get Fit Without Breaking Your Budget appeared first on Cre…
05.25 / 05:32
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New Zealand's conservative government is planning to reduce taxes and spend more money on building roads and railways as it looks to cash in on a thriving economy. The budget … Click to Continue…
05.25 / 05:30
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May 24, 2017, 8:54 p.m. Eric Sondheimer has been covering high school sports for the Los Angeles Times since 1997 and in Southern California since 1976. Get his latest from the field and follow all our prep sports coverage and analysis here. …
05.25 / 04:24
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May 24, 2017, 8:54 p.m. Eric Sondheimer has been covering high school sports for the Los Angeles Times since 1997 and in Southern California since 1976. Get his latest from the field and follow all our prep sports coverage and analysis here. …
05.25 / 04:24
latimes.com