Friday, October 31, 2014

Fwd: Personal Finance Daily: What makes the stock market tick, wildest Guinness world records of 2014

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Personal Finance Daily
OCTOBER 31, 2014

What makes the stock market tick, wildest Guinness world records of 2014

By Priya Anand, MarketWatch

Personal Finance Daily
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Hello, MarketWatchers.

The 3 things that make the stock market tick

The overall productivity of the economy and fear are two of the three top factors that explain the stock market.

Wildest Guinness world records of the year

From the 17-year-old who won the Nobel Peace Prize to the world's largest tennis ball mosaic .

The 6 things we've learned since Target was breached one year ago

November marks the one-year anniversary of the Target hack. Here is what we've learned from the incident that rattled corporate America.

Investing apps are bad for you and your money

Giving people the ability to trade on a moment's notice makes them think doing that is a good idea. It isn't.

10 things married couples won't tell you

The percentage of American adults who have never been married has reached a record high.

An ad-free Internet would cost you about $159 yearly

We ran the numbers to figure out how advertising revenue breaks down per capita.

How to deal with the friend who keeps asking for financial favors

Our moneyologist is here to help you handle friends who repeatedly ask for financial favors.


What's worrying Vanguard's CEO (besides the stock market)

In a Q&A, Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb talks about high-frequency trading, millennials, boomers and books.

5 things you don't know about Vanguard

The index-fund investing company is known for being vanilla. Behind the scenes : family feuds and quirky nautical themes.

Global rally sends Dow, S&P 500 to record highs

The Bank of Japan announced a surprise stimulus plan, and stocks rallied .

1 dead, 1 injured in Virgin Galactic spaceship crash

One of Virgin Galactic LLC's spacecraft crashed during a test fligh t in Southern California. The accident is a major setback to Virgin, which had aimed to start regular commercial flights in 2015.

On the Greek island of Ikaria, people forget to die

Here are their six secrets to a long life.

Small-cap stocks stage a comeback

But the Russell 2000's underlying trading pattern doesn't yet signal a 'buy.'

A bear market isn't in the cards

A big rebound in the past two weeks suggests it won't happen, Mark Hulbert writes .

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Monday, October 27, 2014

Fw: NEW WEBCAST – Why Wall Street veterans are going independent

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