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Published: Fri, 23 Feb 2018 10:32:40 GMT2018-02-23T10:32:40Z


Are you a baby boomer thinking of starting a business? Think again

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 10:32:40 GMT2018-02-23T10:32:40Z

Serial entrepreneur and angel investor Rick Anthony has launched a program designed to help baby boomers assess whether they have what it takes to be entrepreneurs - before they make a disastrous mistake.

Millennials, teens embrace payment apps, texting $$$ instead of cash

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 20:14:09 GMT2018-02-20T20:14:09Z

Teens and millennials use payment apps to send each other money. The most popular are Venmo, owned by PayPal; Cash App, owned by Square; and payment apps linked to Snapchat or the smartphone itself, such as ApplePay and SamsungPay.

The Bogleheads celebrate 20 years of low-cost index funds with patron 'Saint Jack' Bogle

Sat, 17 Feb 2018 02:49:22 GMT2018-02-17T02:49:22Z

Adherents of Vanguard founder John Bogle share investment knowledge, flinty bargains and tips for the low-cost lifestyle. The group turns 20 this year.

Triple bottom line? Make money and make an impact with ESG investing

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:42:14 GMT2018-02-12T15:42:14Z

Jason Ingle of Closed Loop Capital, a venture capital fund in Radnor, invests in start-ups like BeyondMeat when the plant-based meat company was "at a valuation in the tens of millions, in 2012." Recently, Tyson took a 5 percent stake.

Amateur investors get burned on Wall Street's hottest VIX trades

Thu, 08 Feb 2018 02:06:20 GMT2018-02-08T02:06:20Z

Whether junk bonds in the 1980s, dot-coms in the '90s, subprime-mortgage bonds in the '00s, or volatility plays now, Wall Street never tires of selling small-time investors on the next big thing.