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U.S. Stocks Open Flat as Newell Rubbermaid Buys Jarden Corp.

U.S. stocks opened flat to slightly higher Monday on news that Newell Rubbermaid is buying Jarden Corporation for about $13 billion.

Moody’s: Litigation Risks Remain for Big Banks After Financial Crisis

Ongoing investigations and litigation related to the global financial crisis potentially pose a significant risk to earnings for big banks, according to a report from Moody's.

Don't Wait! Sell Your Business Now Before Rates Rise, Recession Hits

If you are planning on selling your business in the next five years then do it now because every day America gets one step closer to the next recession.

Don’t Fear Fed, Buy U.S. Tech ETF Instead Says iShares Strategist

Investors thinking about putting their money to work in a rising rate environment should opt for technology and financial services exchange traded funds.

Semiconductor, South Korean Stocks Look Strong Says Stadion CIO

Stocks look strong coming off the August lows, especially in the semiconductor space, said Brad Thompson, CIO of Stadion Money Management.

Robo-Advisors a Useful Tool, Not the Enemy Says Jefferson National CEO

Robo-advisors are not the enemy of registered investment advisors (RIAs) because in the end nothing can replace guided advice, said Mitchell Caplan, CEO of Jefferson National.

Jim Cramer Discusses Why He Likes Bank of America Post Earnings

Bank of America’s (BAC) disciplined cost-out initiatives have allowed it to outperform its banking cohorts on an operating basis in recent quarters.

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Morgan Stanley Misses Earnings by a Mile

U.S. stocks opened lower Monday as investment bank Morgan Stanley (MS) reports an ugly profit miss.

Tech-Savvy Millennials Still Want Financial Advice Says Capital One

Millennials may value cutting-edge digital investing tools, but they also appreciate wisdom from financial advisors – especially when markets get rough.

Global Stocks Drop as China Reports Slow Inflation, Slowdown Worries

Fears of a Chinese slowdown are back on the front burner again.