In light of the recent economic volatility, a lot of people are wondering what's going to happen next. No one can see the future, but I want to paint a broad picture of what could likely happen, and how it will affect you in 2009.
April 15 is Tax Day, and nearly 90 percent of people have already received their refunds. The average refund at this point? $2,893.
We won't be surprised if you haven't heard these stories in the media, but they're important because they impact our young, thin wallets.
Got a passion in need of promotion? If you need a little help raising money for a cause (no matter what it is), you’ll probably want to take a few notes.
If you’re new to the stock market, you may have been told on more than one occasion not to obsess over your portfolio on a daily basis, and for good reason. Depending on the nature and amount of your investments, it’s very possible to see your balance take a dive to the tune of several hundred or several thousand dollars in a mere 24-hour span.
The way to build wealth -- rather than live paycheck to paycheck -- is to make your money work for you.
Just how fast is high-frequency trading?
Here are some quirky ticker symbols that keep Wall Street entertained.