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.

How to Invest Like A Business Owner

Richard Barrington
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Managerial responsibilities may seem miles away from investment decisions, but your personal business experience can be an asset in managing stocks.

Want A Winning Portfolio? Just Avoid The Biggest Loser

Richard Barrington
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Addition-by-subtraction can be a good way of earning above-average investment performance.

6 Things Investors Should Know About P2P Lending

Richard Barrington
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Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending is growing rapidly in popularity, but the marketplace does not yet fully recognize the risks.

Share Buybacks - A Sell Signal?

Richard Barrington
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A boom in share buybacks raises some questions that shareholders of the company need to ask.

Comparing Today's Bank Account and Bond Yields

Richard Barrington
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Interest income remains relatively scarce among these vehicles, but that doesn't mean your portfolio should be without them.

Republican Congress, Democratic President - The Best Pairing for Investors?

Richard Barrington
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If stock market history repeats itself, the outcome of last week's election is great news for investors.

The Blessing and Burden of A Strong Dollar

Richard Barrington
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A strong U.S. dollar may sound like a great thing, but there are some drawbacks to the dollar's recent rise.

Beyond Beta - Why Investment Risk Metrics Fall Short

Richard Barrington
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The beta metric and others like it are imperfect ways to gauge investment risk. Here's why.

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