When Opening Multiple Money Market Accounts Is A Smart Move

Richard Barrington
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Could you benefit from splitting your money into different bank accounts? See examples of when having multiple money market accounts could work to your benefit.

2019 Outlook - 6 Factors Affecting Savings &Amp; Money Market Rates

Richard Barrington
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Do you have money in a savings or money market account? These six trends could impact your money in 2019, but here's how you can protect your assets and profit during this changing environment.

Batter Up! 9 'Players' for Your Investment Line-Up

Richard Barrington
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Want a portfolio that will perform from its opening day? Then consider incorporating these key elements.

Home-Field Advantage - 7 Reasons to Favor US Stocks

Richard Barrington
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International investing can be a good thing, but there are also valid reasons for maintaining a heavier weighting toward U.S.-based stocks.

7 Straightforward Rules for Asset Allocation

Richard Barrington
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Asset allocation is a tricky decision and one you can't avoid, so it's wise to be well-informed on the topic.

Shareholder Rights - Are You A Shark, Lion or Sheep?

Richard Barrington
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Passive investors should take a cue from Wall Street's sharks and lions in recognizing the impact corporate governance can have on share value.

Why A Manic Market Shouldn't Necessarily Worry You

Richard Barrington
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As unsettling as recent market volatility might be, a longer-term perspective suggests investors don't necessarily have to worry.

The Problem With Popular Stocks

Richard Barrington
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Recent research finds that stocks with the highest turnover tend to also have the lowest future returns.

7 Reasons to Worry About Cheap Oil

Richard Barrington
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Lower oil prices have some obvious benefits for the U.S., but they could also bring some problems -- especially as the drop becomes more extreme.

6 Options for Today's Income Investor

Richard Barrington
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Here are some of the pluses and minuses of a variety of today's income-producing investment options.

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