Monthly Archives: February 2017

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As you age, your fear of running out of money will grow. It should. Because as you approach retirement, youll have fewer opportunities to out-earn your spending. Fear rightly keeps you in check. It can be the difference between running out of resources and a sustainable retirement income strategy.

Too much fear, though, can be a disaster. Some retirement savers losing sleep over their portfolios....More>>>

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SAN FRANCISCO Yahoo late Wednesday disclosed a breach that took place in August2013 that may have resulted in the theft of data associated with more than one billion user accounts.

This new, 1-billion-account breach is separate from a 500-million-account breach the company disclosed in September. At the time, the 500-million-account breach was believed to be the largest on record. Yahoo....More>>>

From Cannabis to Cosmetics, Algae Dynamics (ADYNF) Has Several Ways to Win

Calling a spade a spade, there’s nothing sexy or exciting about algae… unless you’re an investor, and unless you’ve been monitoring the ongoing exploration of algae as a source of food, fuel, decontamination, and more. As it turns out, this occasionally-annoying and seemingly-useless microscopic plant may well be the foundation for a variety of products that end....More>>>

Fossil Group, Kimco Realty Plop into Wednesday’s 52-Week Low Club

February15, 2017: Here are four stocks trading with relatively heavy volume among 28 equities making new 52-week lows in Wednesday’s session. On the NYSE, advancers led decliners about 4 to 3 and on the Nasdaq advancers led decliners by about 9 to 5.

Fossil Group Inc. (NASDAQ: FOSL) dropped nearly 21% Wednesday, to post a new 52-week low of $18.10 after closing at $22.87 on....More>>>

Top 10 Financial Stocks To Buy Right Now

Wells Fargo strategist Scott Wren argues that investors should use any selloff caused by a Brexit “yes” vote to scoop up U.S. large-cap stocks. He explains why:

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If the British electorate chooses to exit the EU (hence the source of the irritating and overused term Brexit), the result will almost certainly be increased financial market volatility on....More>>>