- If you're brave enough to wade into China stocks, here's something you ought to consider. This ETF invests in Chinese companies listed in the U.S. Brilliant!
- Repeat after me: Taking 401(k) loans out is a bad, bad idea. Here are three more reasons why.
- Picking apart those mutual fund fees can be maddening but it's probably worth the effort. Why should current fund shareholders pay to get new shareholders?
- Looking for a hedge, something uncorrelated to stocks and bonds? Movie posters are among a slew of alternative investments that are outperforming traditional assets.
- Just because Greece isn't in the headlines so much anymore doesn't mean its problems have been solved. Negotiations have started on a third bailout package.
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Plus: 3 more reasons to avoid 401(k) loans, pickIng apart fund fees, uncorrelated returns and Greece
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