List/Grid Monthly Archives: October 2015

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks waver, but eye weekly and monthly gains

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks waver, but eye weekly and monthly gains

U.S. stocks switched between small gains and losses in early trade Friday, but the main indexes were on track for a fifth straight weekly gain and their biggest monthly advance… Read more »

Video: Watch these elaborate Halloween light shows

Video: Watch these elaborate Halloween light shows

Halloween Spectacles a Ghoulish Delight (1:01) Halloween displays have become more elaborate over the years–with some houses, like this one in Tracy, Calif., featuring thousands of lights choreographed to popular… Read more »

Why an Ivy League college might be wrong for you

Why an Ivy League college might be wrong for you

Harvard might not be the right choice for everyone. Students looking to attend a college likely to boost their earning potential should consider some schools they may not have heard… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Flipboard fades as rival apps apply pressure

The Wall Street Journal: Flipboard fades as rival apps apply pressure

Flipboard, once hailed as the best iPad app by Apple Inc., now is fighting for survival in a sea of competition that includes Apple AAPL, -0.49%   itself. In recent… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. to send special forces to Syria

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. to send special forces to Syria

Men react as they carry the remains of dead people at a damaged site hit by missiles fired by Syrian government forces on a busy marketplace in the Douma neighborhood… Read more »

Metals Stocks: Gold fades on rate-hike outlook, but on track for monthly gain

Metals Stocks: Gold fades on rate-hike outlook, but on track for monthly gain

Gold futures slumped Friday, extending a tumble that pushed the precious metal to its lowest close in three weeks in the previous session, and put it on track to register… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Expat estate-planning: an adviser weighs in

The Wall Street Journal: Expat estate-planning: an adviser weighs in

Jonathan Lachowitz of White Lighthouse Investment Management writes: Have you moved overseas and are you prepared for an unexpected tragedy in your family? Estate-planning is difficult; it doesn’t come naturally… Read more »

The Tell: David Tepper says SunEdison rumor mongers ‘smoking good ganja’

The Tell: David Tepper says SunEdison rumor mongers ‘smoking good ganja’

Hedge-fund billionaire David Tepper laughed off social-media fueled rumors that he is building a long position in SunEdison Friday, telling an interviewer that rumor mongers must be high. “People probably… Read more »

Why running away from a haunted house is harder than you think

Why running away from a haunted house is harder than you think

If you bought a home and found a spooky ghost in the closet this Halloween, you might be able to run away from him, but not your real estate contract…. Read more »

High school students will be able to access Pell Grant money for the first time

High school students will be able to access Pell Grant money for the first time

The money the federal government provides to help low-income students pay for college will soon be available to some students as early as high school. The Department of Education announced… Read more »

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