Thursday, October 19, 2017

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Steve Pomeranz, Copycat Investor

Should You Be A Copycat Investor?

Piggyback investing alongside your investment gurus is easy to do but in no way guarantees that those very same investments will perform as well for you.
Stacy Rapacon, Worst College Majors

10 Best & Worst College Majors For A Lucrative Career

The best college majors could pay as much as $3.4 million more in lifetime earnings than the worst college majors.
Jerry Oppenheimer, Kardashians

The Kardashians: An American Drama

Jerry Oppenheimer’s new book, The Kardashians: An American Drama, reveals some interesting facts about their rise to the top you may not have known...
Christine Benz, Small Investors

Calling All Small Investors! Here’s A Guide Just For You

Small investors can reap sizable investment gains, even on relatively small portfolios, if they take advantage of low cost ways to grow their money.
Terry Story, Home Prices

Home Prices Have Been Up Every Month, But Where’s The Inventory?

Home prices have risen every month for the past 66 months but tight inventory continues to hold down home sales.
Steve Pomeranz, Irma's Economic Impact

Irma’s Economic Impact Could Be 200% More Than Katrina

Hurricane Irma’s economic impact could be as much as $190 billion, 200 percent more than Katrina’s costs, because of Florida’s rapidly growing population.
Jason Fagone, The Woman Who Smashed Codes

The Woman Who Smashed Codes:The Unlikely Heroine Who Outwitted America’s Enemies

In his novel, The Woman Who Smashed Codes, Jason Fagone shines a light on unsung heroine, Elizebeth Friedman, and her pioneering work in cryptography.
Dick Lehr, Trell, Black Mass

Boston Globe’s Black Mass Journalist Tackles A Glaring Injustice In His New Novel, Trell

Dick Lehr’s new novel, Trell, is inspired by the true story of a young man's false imprisonment for murder and those who fought to free him.
Nicole Lapin, Trump Tax Plan

Trump Tax Plan: Long On Promises, Short On Details

Trump tax plan lowers tax brackets but is woefully short on details. Here's what we've put together so far.
Terry Story, Hurricane Irma

Yes, Florida Home Sales Are Rising After Hurricane Irma

Floridians appear to have stepped up home selling activity in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Plus, Terry’s advice on roof re-inspections after a storm.