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Jim Cramer: Since 1890, Stocks Drop 1% in September

If history is any judge, stocks may be due for declines in September, according to Jim Cramer.

What Women in Finance Can Learn From the Movie 'Equity'

Female ambition is good, and it's okay to like money. The new movie 'Equity' inspired us to talk to three women in the financial industry.

Here's What Americans Think About Being Forced to Save by Employers

When it comes to saving for retirement, most Americans don't mind a little nudge from their employer.

It Should Come as no Surprise That Not All Millennials Invest Alike

Not all millennials invest alike, but they do have similar tendencies depending on the size of their bank accounts.

Here’s How Millennials Can Save $1 Million By Age 65

Millennials are feeling awfully pessimistic about their retirement prospects.

Here’s How U.S. Government Debt Affects Your Retirement

The U.S. national debt, now over $19 trillion, means investors might need to save more money for their retirement, according to one expert.

Going for the Gold in Rio Is Both Physically and Financially Challenge

Becoming an Olympic athlete takes amazing physical strength, but financially it's tough too.

Jim Cramer Previews the Fed's Interest Rate Decision

Hawkish Fed governors have their opportunity to make the case for higher rates after this recent slew of positive economic news, says Jim Cramer.

Here’s Why China’s Economic Transition Isn’t So Bad

Why better days are ahead for China's economy.

Retirement Study Shows Parents, Adult Kids Not Talking

When it comes to the topic of retirement, aging parents and their adult children too often have a failure to communicate.