WASHINGTON (PRWEB) December 18, 2007
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Exports Steer the Economy
Smokestack America comes to the rescue and will keep us out of recession.
Workers to Boss: Less Stress, Please
Your employer may not know your blood pressure is rising. Set clear goals, then log off e-mail.
Stock Options for the Rest of Us?
Money and Ethics by Knight Kiplinger
Drive More, Pay More?
You'll watch when and where you drive under a pay-by-the-mile plan.
The Election Effect
Presidential election years are mostly bullish for investors. Will the pattern play out this year?
Homeowners Heave A Sigh of Relief
Those struggling with rate hikes find sympathetic lenders.
Whatever You Call It, It's a Mother
Expect big tax changes in 2009. Not all of them will thrill you.
Our Mighty Factories
My Point of View by Knight Kiplinger
The Right Stake in Your Company
Holding too much of the boss's stock can be hazardous to your wealth.
My Favorite Fund
Opening Shot by James K. Glassman
Where to Invest in 2008
Profit handsomely from what's happening half a world away.
8 Stocks to Own in '08
Our picks range from a familiar phone giant to a Mexican cement maker.
5 Easy Ways to Track Your Stocks
You bought the shares. Now make sure they meet your expectations.
You can tell a lot about candidates from how they made their money and how they invest it.
ETFs Target Retirement
Target-date funds are now available in low-cost exchange-traded flavors.
Real Estate Funds to Buy Now
You won't find these five piling into the usual property stocks.
PROMISED LAND, by Andrew Feinberg
Let Your Winners Run
Can This Railroad Run Any Faster?
A British hedge fund tries to shake up an eastern rail giant.
There's No News Like Fluffy Biz News
Keeping it light is Fox's strategy for challenging CNBC.
Right on the Money
Crocs crumbles and Microsoft rallies, just as we predicted.
MUTUAL FUNDS, by Russell Kinnel
Teamwork Pays Off
The Exodus at Janus Group
A deep bench means the funds are still in good hands.
A Religious Approach Pays Off
Adherence to Islamic principles helps a fund sidestep the trouble in financials.
Protect Your Retirement From These Investment Scams
Retirees are being lured by Ponzi schemes, unsuitable annuities and over-hyped investment returns.
Will Home Prices Hit Bottom in 2008?
A rate freeze on some subprime mortgages may prevent more foreclosures, but this real estate market won't show improvement until 2009.
Is Online Banking Safe?
Online banks that are FDIC insured offer the same protection for your dollars as brick-and-mortar branches.
Put Your Business Online
How to buy a web-design package, hire a consultant or do it yourself.
Should I Prepay My Home Equity Loan? (The Best Way to Pay Off Debt)
Does it make sense to sell mutual funds to prepay a home-equity loan?
When to Take Social Security Benefits
If you turn 62 this year, you're eligible to start your checks. But you might be better off waiting.
Will My Homeowner's Policy Cover My Jewelry? (Insure Your Expensive Stuff)
You need to add a low-cost insurance rider to protect jewelry and other valuables.
Your Real Cost of Living
Forget the national averages: Your personal inflation rate is likely to be higher.
Slide Show: Cost of Living in Your Area
Best Short-term Investments for College
Where to stash short-term college cash: a state 529 plan or bank CDs? The answer isn't clear cut.
How Can I Get a Seat on the Board?
Update on the American Dream
Living & Spending Wisely
Want a better camera phone? A cheaper smart phone? These other "iPhones" may suit your fancy.
Slide Show: Smart Phone Comparisons
Drive Time: Detroit's Car Industry Shows Signs of Life
Drive Time by Mark K. Solheim
Giving Back Through Giving Circles
Simple, personalized charity groups with the power to make big changes.
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