- George Soros is betting big on an S&P implosion. The billionaire hedge funder is shorting stocks and buying gold.
- The sudden spike in the price of oil has fallen right in line with what veteran oilman T. Boone Pickens believes: That the price is going even higher. If he's right, the financial markets would be celebrating.
- For those still young enough to adjust course, here's a chance to learn something from the regrets of retirees. Wishing they started saving for retirement earlier in life.
- Just in time for Father's Day, some Greek islands that can be acquired for just a few million bucks. Prices starting as low as $3.3M.
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