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Trade These 4 Breakout Stocks

These stocks -- including Cavium Networks and AmTrust Financial Services -- have broken or are testing key resistance levels.
If You Are in Obamacare, Here's What a Trump Presidency Means

20 million are covered under Obamacare. What will their options be under Trump, who has vowed to repeat Obamacare on Day 1?
Chipotle CEO Criticism Is Latest Setback for Restaurant Chain

Chipotle's founder and CEO Steve Ells told investors at a conference on Tuesday that he was grading restaurants in the chain a 'C' partly because of slow service.
BuzzFeed's Piece on HGTV's 'Fixer Uppers' Decried

What HGTV superstars Chip and Joanna Gaines think about same-sex marriage is unclear. Whether they'd bring their Fixer Upper skills to a gay couple is also unclear BuzzFeed tried to get an answer on the question from the couple's reps and couldn't. So Kate Arthur came at the questions from...
Bradley Cooper, GF Expecting Baby: Sources

Bradley Cooper's girlfriend, Victoria's Secret model Irina Shayk, is pregnant with the couple's first child, sources tell multiple outlets, including People and E! . The couple has yet to confirm the news, but Us says Shayk "debuted her baby bump" at the Victoria's Secret fashion show Wednesday. Cooper, 41, and Shayk,...
Why America's Healthcare Quality Lags the World

The wrong compensation systems, fragmentation of services, and just maybe our own sloth are fingered as prime causes of the poor outcomes in health care.
How to Vote Without Running Into Danger

Among security threats and confusing rules, here's what you need to know to vote in Tuesday's election.
How to Handle Election Day in the Office

Politics are always delicate in the office, but never more so than on Election Day. Here are a few tips for making it through unscathed.
Are service members and vets protected against car repos?

There is a federal law that provides a shield, but you have to know the caveats.
Trump defends his comments on Boeing, sees markets going up: NBC interview

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump said companies should welcome his actions because they will prosper under his administration, the U.S.
5 things to know about reverse mortgage loans and 2nd homes

Here's what to know about a reverse mortgage on a primary residence andsecond home.
China calls Iowa's Branstad 'old friend' after report he picked as ambassador

By Dominique Patton and John Ruwitch BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China said on Wednesday the governor of the U.S. state of Iowa, Terry Branstad, was an "old friend" after a report that he had
Ohio lawmakers pass 'heartbeat' abortion legislation

By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Ohio lawmakers approved a bill that bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks after conception, clearing the way for one of the
Stocks Give Up Some Gains as Traders Lock in Profit

The major market indexes moved significantly lower over the past week.
7 Ways to Save Money Next Year

A few small changes to your spending habits could mean saving hundreds or even thousands of dollars in 2017.
Poland Has Made a Final Decision on Roman Polanski

Efforts to extradite Roman Polanski from Poland have come to a "definitive end," with the Oscar-winning director staying put in Europe, Reuters reports. According to the BBC , Polanski fled the US in 1978 after admitting to having sex with a 13-year-old girl. The US sought his extradition from Poland in...
What's the difference between the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500?

The major difference between these two indexes is that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) includes a price-weighted average of 30 stocks whereas the Standard & Poor's 500 (S&P 500) is a market value-weighted index of 500 stocks. The editors of the Wall Street Journal, which is owned by Dow Jones & Co, pick the stocks comprising the DJIA, while an S&P committee picks the 500 stocks in the S&P 500.
Story Behind Man Punching Kangaroo Is 'Intense'

Did a now-viral video of a man punching a kangaroo come out of Australia? Yes, of course. Should we be judging him for it? It depends on how you feel about dogs. The video, which has amassed more than 4.1 million views so far, was first posted on Facebook...
How much are Donald Trump's kids worth?

There was never any debate about the president-elect's children: They're well off.
IRS can't find my W-2. How do I get my $3K refund?

Take these steps to find out why the IRS doesn't have a record of your work.
5 ways to grow your emergency fund

Savings could help Obamacare enrollees and others at risk in a Trump presidency.
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