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Financial advisors worry that clients emotional reactions to market events could harm their businesses and their clients financial well being, according to a survey by Natixis Global Asset Management.
Janet Yellen looks to be taking one page out of Alan Greenspan’s playbook while tearing up another as she plots monetary strategy for 2015 and beyond.
For the fifth year, CFP professionals will offer free services to the public.
A simple phone call is all it takes for many consumers to save money on their monthly credit card payments, according to a survey by CredtCards.com.
The advancing health-care industry and flagging consumer discretionary names reveal the boomers' resilience in influencing the market.
Americans have a bleak outlook about both the nation’s financial health and their own.
As bond trading has declined, so have the jobs, leaving even some of the most senior traders and salesmen moving from firm to firm.
The New York Fed chief argues for patience on interest-rate increase.
Parents' own student loan debt prevents them from saving for their children’s college expenses, a CFP Board survey has found.
Drugmakers should conduct new trials to assess the heart risks of testosterone therapies used by 2.3 million men last year, U.S. regulatory advisors said.
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