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New Campaign To Help People Of Color Buy Homes

How the Program Can Help You Minority homeowners took an incredible hit during the 2007-2009 housing crisis, as their homes tended to contain a greater percentage of household net worth as compared to white households. When housing prices collapsed, these households suffered greater losses and were generally in greater jeopardy of losing their home. Consequently,…
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Active Vs. Passive Investing

Which Trading Strategy Is Right for You? Congratulations! You are about to dive into the stock market and build your future wealth. However, you are confused about the best strategy. You have heard people touting both active and passive investing, but are not sure which one is right for you. In general, active investing is…
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Tuition-Free Colleges

Higher Education, Lower Prices If your grades do not merit a full-ride academic scholarship to college and you do not have enough athletic skills to stop your grandmother from dunking on you, keep your chin up – you can still attend college tuition-free. There are a handful of colleges throughout the US that offer a…
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Capital Goods Spending Increases

What That Means for Consumers and Investors   Amid the stock market chaos of the last full week in August, the Commerce Department issued a bit of good news. Seasonally adjusted orders for nondefense capital goods (excluding aircraft) increased by 2.2% in July to just under $70 billion. That represents the first time that value…
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Highest-Priced Basketball Memorabilia

Don’t Turn Over a Fortune by Mistake Have you cleaned out an attic lately and found a basketball autographed by some kid at the University of North Carolina named Jordan? You may want to hang onto that and get it appraised. The original Magic Mike can bring in the big bucks. Michael Jordan basketball collectables…
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