Stock charts make it easy to see how the market’s doing at any given time — green means up, red means down — and during a bear market, it’s generally red as far as the eye can see. For many people, the color red means one thing: stop. But to stop investing generally is a … Continued

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When major winter storms pass overhead, it usually means trouble for travelers. Airlines can be forced to cancel thousands of flights that affect travelers throughout the country, hotels may abruptly sell out, and cruise ships have to change departure times to get to safe waters. The good news in the midst of bad weather is … Continued

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If you have a few extra bucks that you don’t need for necessities like rent or loan payments, consider shopping for happiness. From ancient philosophers to current experts in behavioral economics, people have been pondering the link between money and happiness. Among them is author Gretchen Rubin, who thinks about happiness for a living. She’s written … Continued

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