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    Top Cities Where Renters Have Grown The Most Over The Last Five Years

    Frisco, Texas, has experienced a dramatic growth in renter-occupied homes, typically at the expense … [+] of owner-occupied housing. getty Homeownership offers tons of benefits to Americans. But not everyone has the wherewithal to be able to afford a home, such as coming up with the down payment, covering the homeowner’s insurance and property taxes… More

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    Top Cities Where Homeownership Has Grown The Most Over The Last Five Years

    Bonita Springs, Florida has experienced some of the greatest growth in homeownership in the country … [+] over the last five years. getty Homeownership offers tons of benefits to Americans. Homeownership unlocks tons of tax benefits that you are otherwise not open to as a renter, mortgage interest deduction being just one of many examples.… More

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    Apple Becomes Oversold

    The DividendRank formula at Dividend Channel ranks a coverage universe of thousands of dividend stocks, according to a proprietary formula designed to identify those stocks that combine two important characteristics — strong fundamentals and a valuation that looks inexpensive. Start slideshow: 10 Oversold Dividend Stocks » Apple presently has an above average rank, in the… More

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    January’s Slide Doesn’t Mean Stock Market Is Doomed For 2022

    Traders during a previous market decline. Photo by David Dee Delgado/Getty Images. Getty Images “As January goes, so goes the year” in the stock market. Thus runs a common belief among traders. If you believe it, you’re probably scared right now, as the Standard & Poor’s 500 Total Return Index was down 7.66% in the… More

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    AT&T Dividend Yield Pushes Past 8%

    In trading on Monday, shares of AT&T were yielding above the 8% mark based on its quarterly dividend (annualized to $2.08), with the stock changing hands as low as $25.79 on the day. Start slideshow: 10 Stocks Where Yields Got More Juicy » Dividends are particularly important for investors to consider, because historically speaking dividends… More

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    Major Equity Averages Have Negative Weekly Charts

    (Photo by Drew Angerer) Getty Images The five major equity averages ended 2021 with positive weekly charts. This was no longer the case after the first week of 2022. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) set its all-time intraday high of 36,952.65 on January 5. Its weekly chart is now negative. The S&P 500 Index… More

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    If An IRS Form 1099 Is Wrong, How To Disagree

    No one likes receiving Forms 1099, since they saddle you with income you have to report. Actually, of course, if you have income, you must report it, whether or not you receive a Form 1099. But think of the Form 1099 as a pretty strong nudge, you better list it. And seeing the dollars reported… More

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    15 Stocks With 5% Increase In Earnings Estimates

    . Since both positive and negative earnings surprises—that is, reported earnings above or below analyst expectations—can have lingering long-term effects, tracking revisions made by analysts is a rewarding investment strategy. AAII has created four screens that look for earnings revisions: one that looks for upward revisions in annual earnings estimates; one that screens for companies… More

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    Bitcoin Crash Of 2022

    bitcoin getty You could say that bitcoin crashes a lot and that it booms frequently, too. If you consider a 25% fall in value a crash, which in equity it is, then crypto does crash frequently. A real crash for a booming financial instrument, however, is 70%-85%, which in scale puts a normal established market… More

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    Bank Of America Easing Up On Hated Overdraft Fees

    NEW YORK, NY – APRIL 16: A man uses an ATM at a Bank of America branch on April 16, 2014 in New … [+] York City. As the nation’s second-largest bank continues to struggle with fallout from the financial crisis, Bank of America reported a $276 million first-quarter loss Wednesday. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty… More

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    Ask Larry: Will I Need To Reapply For Social Security Retirement Benefits At 70?

    Ask Larry Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s Social Security column addresses questions about whether a new application is necessary to receive retirement benefits after taking spousal benefits, taking early survivor’s benefits before retirement benefits and when Social Security considers you to be 70. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the… More

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    The Stock Market Stepped Into Bear Territory Last Week – Temporary Visit? – Next Week Will Tell

    Grizzly bear on rocky hillside under a gray, cloudy sky getty Another downer week, only worse. Thursday morning’s secure-looking barriers gave way in the afternoon. Friday blipped up then continued Thursday’s fall, failing to fill its role as opposite day. (Charts at the end of the article show the action.) The broad, strong declines signaled a… More

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    Should You Invest In Metaverse ‘Real’ Estate?

    Should you invest in digital real estate? adobe stock Let’s Peek Into the Metaverse As we all know, Facebook has rebranded to Meta and doubled down on all things digital reality. The new name “Meta” is a nod to the term metaverse, which is what tech folks are calling this new genre of digital environments.… More

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