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We spent a lot of time on Thursday’s live blog talking about the “War of 1812.” Turned out to be time well spent.

The reversal that began yesterday afternoon and is continuing on Friday was sparked when the S&P 500 fell to 1812, a level that equaled the Jan. 20 intraday trading low and the 2016 trading low. Almost as soon as the number was reached – and in fact....More>>>

Political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes accused Fox anchor of rape, claims name was leaked as reta

Political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes has filed a lawsuit against Fox News, alleging the network had retaliated against her for accusing Fox Business News anchor Charles Payne of sexual assault and rape.

In a suit filed Monday in federal court in New York, Hughes says she had taken her accusations against Payne to Fox and law firm Paul Weiss, which conducted internal investigations for Fox....More>>>

Top 5 Canadian Stocks To Buy Right Now

If you were looking for the market to find a direction today, well, keep on waiting.

Bloomberg

The S&P 500 finished little changed at 2,050.63, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.1% to 17,660.71. The Nasdaq Composite dipped 0.2% to 4,717.09.

Guild Investment Management’s Monty Guild and team expect a spring pull back to be followed by a summer bounce:

Many....More>>>

Best Warren Buffett Stocks To Buy For 2018

(Published Feb. 28 by Bob Ciura)

Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)’s investment conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B), has a $148 billion stock portfolio. Buffett has filled his portfolio with high-quality dividend growth stocks.

One such dividend stock is General Motors (NYSE:GM). GM makes up approximately 1.2% of Berkshire’s portfolio.

GM....More>>>

Small Cap Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals: At Least Traders Are Optimistic

On Friday, small cap biotechArrowhead Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ARWR) jumped 18.28% after hosting an investor & analyst R&D day to introduce its proprietary Targeted RNAi Molecule (TRiMTM) platform and to review its pipeline of RNAi therapeutic candidates. Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals develops medicines that treat intractable diseases by silencing the genes that cause them. Using a broad portfolio....More>>>

Young Consumers’ Life Activity Rises: MIB

Brighthouse Leaps Into the Annuity Future

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Your Social Security Number Now Looks Like a Time Bomb. It Is

MIB Group Inc. says young U.S. consumers may have shopped a little more for August than in August 2016.

The Braintree, Massachusetts based data collection group says U.S. individual life insurance....More>>>

Best Stocks To Invest In 2018

I believe that 2017 will turn out to be a break-out year for Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) as a combination of higher oil pricing and an increase in low-cost production will help the company deliver strong revenue growth. More importantly, as Exxon ramps up its production from its low-cost assets, it will witness a rise in its bottom line performance over the long run. As a result, investors can expect....More>>>

Top Medical Stocks To Own For 2018

Medical devices can change lives, and NuVasive (NASDAQ:NUVA) prides itself on making spinal surgery as painless and simple as possible. The company specializes in devices to provide procedurally integrated surgical solutions that are minimally disruptive, and NuVasive products have gained popularity over time.

Coming into Tuesday’s first-quarter financial report, NuVasive investors....More>>>

I Racked Up $10K Of Debt Traveling The World–Here’s What I Learned While Paying It Off

Courtesy of Rita Brodfuehrer

Courtesy of Rita Brodfuehrer

By Rita Brodfuehrer

This story originally appeared on LearnVest as "Confession: I Went Into Credit Card Debt Traveling the World."

We all have regrets money regrets, that is. But, like all mistakes, we wouldn’t be who or where we are today without them. In our "Money Fails" series,....More>>>

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QI signed up for Medicare Part A when I turned 65, but I didnt enroll in Part B because I was still working and had health insurance from my employer. But now Im 68, and I plan to retire later this year. What do I need to do to enroll in Medicare Part B, and when do I need to do it?

SEE ALSO: 10 Things You Must Know About Medicare A

Many people who are still working just sign up for....More>>>