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  1. Should Incoming Fed Chair Powell Prepare for a Bust?2018/01/12
    Wall Street Journal Chief Economics Commentator Greg Ip explains why Jerome Powell, who assumes the top post at the Federal Reserve in February, could be in a tough position with regard to raising interest rates to ward off a potential stocks bubble burst.

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  2. Kodak Enters the Digital Currency World2018/01/11
    Wall Street Journal MoneyBeat editor Erik Holm explains Kodak's plan to launch an initial coin offering and enter the digital-currency world.

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  3. Why Investing in Sports Strikes Out on Wall Street2018/01/10
    Wall Street Journal contributor Dan Weil explains why there are limited opportunities for investments in sports and professional sports teams.

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  4. 2018: Sure Things to Watch on Wall Street2018/01/09
    Wall Street Journal 'Intelligent Investor' columnist Jason Zweig says that, amid an expected changeable stock market in 2018, investors should expect several factors to emerge this year.

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  5. Why Wages Are Likely to Rise in 20182018/01/08
    Northwestern Mutual's Brent Schutte explains why wages are likely to rise in 2018, with inflation following suit. Plus, he suggests how investors should plan their portfolios in response.

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  6. Credit Scores for Mortgages Spark Lender Rift With Banks2018/01/05
    Banks and non-bank lenders are battling over the use of credit scores used to decide which U.S. buyers can get a mortgage. The Wall Street Journal's Annamaria Andriotis explains how the fight could impact those of us with mortgages, and those who are applying for them.

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  7. The Best and Worst Ways to Pay Down Debt2018/01/04
    After a robust holiday spending spree by consumers, paying down debt will be on the minds of many consumers in 2018. Financial planner Rebecca Walser explains common traps debt-ridden consumers face, as well as smarter methods for getting out of the red.

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  8. 2018: What to Watch in the Economy2018/01/03
    Wall Street Journal Heard on the Street editor Ken Brown outlines several key areas of the U.S. and global economies likely to impact investors in 2018.

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  9. 2018: How to Start the New Year as a Smart Investor2018/01/02
    Before you decide how to invest, make sure you protect your data. Wall Street Journal reporter Veronica Dagher suggests that and other resolutions for consumers to make regarding their finances in 2018.

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  10. Top Ten Financial Resolutions for 20182018/01/01
    With money a constant stress point for Americans, WalletHub is out with its 10 Financial Resolutions for 2018. WalletHub analyst Jill Gonzalez runs down the list, which is designed to help people achieve financial fitness in the New Year.

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  11. Tax Bill: Your Questions Answered2017/12/29
    From joint tax return filing to changes associated with charitable deductions, Wall Street Journal tax reporter Laura Saunders answers readers' and listeners' moat popular questions regarding the tax overhaul bill that takes effect Jan. 1.

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  12. Free Advice for Job Seekers2017/12/28
    Veterans, students and parents seeking employment or a job change have made use of a free hotline provided by outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas over the past several years. CEO John Challenger explains some information the hotline provides.

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  13. Online Shopping Sends Textbook Prices Falling2017/12/27
    Good news for college students and their parents: textbook prices are falling. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Chaney says a surge in online comparison shopping has forced booksellers to provide cheaper options.

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  14. Strong Consumer Spending Could Spell Economic Trouble2017/12/26
    Wall Street Journal's Justin Lahart explains how consumer confidence this holiday season could mean trouble for the U.S. economy in 2018.

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  15. Forgot Your Bitcoin Password? That Could Be a Problem2017/12/25
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  16. Tax Bill: Wise to Spend Extra Money in Your Paycheck?2017/12/22
    Bankrate.com's Mark Hamrick details results of a recent report on consumer sentiment, and advises Americans what they should do with extra cash coming to their paycheck as a result of the new tax bill.

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  17. Tax Law: Should You Sell Your House Now?2017/12/21
    Wall Street Journal analysis of the GOP tax bill and its impact on several groups, including families, consumers saving for retirement and homeowners considering a sale.

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  18. Bitcoin Too Expensive? There Are Others to Invest In2017/12/20
    Wall Street Journal cryptocurrency reporter Paul Vigna discusses alternative digital currencies benefiting from bitcoin's recent explosive growth, and how some are more stable than others.

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  19. Tax Bill: Here Comes the Economic Stimulus2017/12/19
    Wall Street Journal Heard in the Street columnist Justin Lahart discusses the direct benefits to the economy from the new tax plan expected in its first year.

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  20. Strong Holiday Spending: Outpacing Wage Gains?2017/12/18
    Wall Street Journal reporter Sharon Nunn discusses the strong start to the holiday shopping season, including robust numbers posted by big brick-and-mortar retailers. She also measures the strong sales against income gains.

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