- Barclays barks back at allegations that the bank lied to clients about its high-speed trading venue. A lawsuit with 'clear and substantial errors'
- Viewing risk from a regular investor's perspective can open the eyes of a financial pro. Working backwards from long-term investment goals
- Younger investors should run toward bear markets. The stock market doesn't pay a fixed rate of return, and that's a good thing. The $100-a-month example
- As cost-conscious consumers stick to budgets this summer, some discount retailers could ride the wave. Another year of rising profits
- Another swing at the mortgage interest deduction, and another miss. Spoken like a true renter
- Market watchers are already calling for a quiet September, but keep an eye on the SEC's focus on high-speed trading. Mary Jo White fires a shot across the bow
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