Whether you’re an aggressive or conservative investor, there are bargains now among oil companies as oil prices rise.
Without a recession or unreasonably high interest rates, it’s doubtful a bear market will emerge in 2019, according to top economist Allen Sinai.
The new UltraFICO system could boost your credit score enough for you to obtain a loan or credit card, but there are important drawbacks.
Robo advisors were supposed to make it easier to invest for the long-term, but several have already closed. Here’s how to deal with the dangers.
This week’s Stock of the Week is getting smaller and stronger.
Here’s how long you need to keep different kinds of financial records ranging from tax documents to investment records, insurance policies and others.
This week’s Stock of the Week supplies important parts to an enormous industry.
Now’s the time to review your existing estate plan to see whether changes in the law or in your situation mean you should take action.
This week’s Stock of the Week is selling cars in a new and appealing way.
This week’s Stock of the Week may be the biggest company in its field, but it’s not sitting still.
Shifting trends have made it harder for young people to own homes and have put generations of Americans at enormous risk for financial insecurity.
According to a study of 50 cities, where you buy a house has a big effect on how much your credit score suffers when you take out a mortgage.
This week’s Stock of the Week is a small and stable company that is cautiously growing.
To minimize your 2018 tax liability, check out these end-of-year tax-saving moves right now, before 2018 ends.
Your own car or a rental car may be storing information about you that can be stolen and used against you.
This week’s Stock of the Week bridges the gap between digital and analog data for a wide variety of industries.
There’s a legal technique for giving away, and then receiving back, appreciated assets that wipes out your capital gain exposure. But know the danger, too.
While three out of four Americans report having had a store credit card, nearly half of those say they regret having gotten it.
In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator, Dr. Robert Graboyes breaks down the cost implications of the health-care system and the considerations of a single-payer option with Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner.