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  1. Remembering Vanguard Group Founder Jack Bogle2019/01/18
    Wall Street Journal 'Intelligent Investor' columnist Jason Zweig discusses the legacy of Vanguard Group founder Jack Bogle, who created the first mutual fund tied to an index and who made investing affordable for millions of people.

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  2. Hacker Made Millions After Breaching SEC Computers2019/01/17
    Wall Street Journal reporter Dave Michaels has the story of a Ukrainian man who allegedly hacked into SEC databases twice, and on one occasion was able to pilfer confidential corporate earnings data.

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  3. Bank Earnings: Look Deeper for Warning Signs2019/01/16
    Earnings reports from JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo had some positive news, fueled in part by higher interest rates, but Heard on the Street columnist Aaron Back looks deeper and finds troubling signals about the track of the U.S. economy.

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  4. Earnings Season: Will China Cut into Revenues?2019/01/15
    After Apple warned investors of lower earnings due to economic struggles in China, are other large U.S. companies likely to follow suit? Wall Street Journal reporter Inti Pacheco explains.

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  5. Slack to Spotify: See You on Wall Street2019/01/14
    The popular workplace instant-messaging app Slack plans to go public later this year, but bypass the traditional IPO route, as Spotify did last year. Wall Street Journal reporter Maureen Farrell explains.

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  6. Earnings a Big Test for the Markets2019/01/11
    Stocks posted healthy gains this week as worries about trade and interest rate hikes subsided. But the Wall Street Journal's Akane Otani says upcoming earnings reports will be closely watched, since analysts have already downgraded their profit forecasts.

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  7. Energy Stocks Soar to Begin 20192019/01/11
    The energy sector, among the most battered of all stocks in 2018, has raced out to substantial gains in 2019, and clocks in as the best-performing sector in the S&P 500 so far this year. Wall Street Journal reporter Jessica Menton has analysis.

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  8. Fed Members Leaning Away From Interest Rate Increases 2019/01/10
    Wall Street Journal reporter Michael S. Derby discusses his recent interview with FOMC member James Bullard, one of several committee members who favor limited moves on interest rates, until a clearer track by the U.S. economy emerges.

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  9. IRS Will Pay Tax Refunds During Government Shutdown2019/01/09
    Wall Street Journal tax reporter Richard Rubin explains the decision to allow the IRS to release tax refund payments during the government shutdown

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  10. Why January Could Bring Big Gains for Stocks2019/01/08
    After stock markets took investors on a roller coaster ride for much of the fourth quarter of last year, Wall Street Journal markets reporter Jessica Menton explains why January is expected to mean smoother trading days as well as gains for stocks.

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  11. Who Is the CryptoMom, and Why Do Crypto Startups Like Her?2019/01/07
    Wall Street Journal reporter Dave Michaels explains why cryptocurrency traders and startups see SEC member Hester Peirce as an important ally in the growth of the currency.

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  12. Rate Hike Reassurance, Earnings Unease2019/01/04
    Jerome Powell sent the markets soaring with his pledge that the Fed would be patient and flexible regarding future interest rate moves. But the Wall Street Journal's Mike Wursthorn says more uncertainty lies around the corner with upcoming earnings.

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  13. Rental-Home Companies Are Building Houses to Meet Demand2019/01/04
    Instead of buying existing homes, institutional landlords have found it cheaper to build their own homes to meet booming consumer demand for rental properties. Ryan Dezember of the Wall Street Journal explains.

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  14. Banks Pulling Back on Rewards Credit Cards2019/01/03
    Wall Street Journal reporter AnnaMaria Andriotis explains why banks are cutting some perks and rewards that have attracted consumers to their credit cards.

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  15. Finding the Best Interest Rates on Savings Accounts2019/01/02
    Ally Bank senior director Emily Shallal discusses how to find the right online savings account to build a nest egg, including seeking out the best interest rate.

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  16. 2019: How to Navigate an Unsettled Stock Market2019/01/02
    Stock market gyrations and volatility are unlikely to go away in 2019, and that could give investors reason to realign their portfolios. Principal Global Investors chief investment officer Todd Jablonski explains how investors can best insulate themselves from steep market ups and downs.

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  17. Finding the Best Interest Rates on Savings Accounts2018/12/31
    Ally Bank's Emily Shallal has tips for getting the most out of online savings accounts, including how to find the best interest rate.

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  18. A Volatile Week Marked by Uncertainty2018/12/28
    U.S. stocks posted solid gains in an incredibly turbulent week. The Wall Street Journal's Jessica Menton says the volatility has occurred despite the fact that we're not in a crisis. The problem is that investors are confronted with so much uncertainty.

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  19. Why Women Are Victims of Scams More Than Men2018/12/28
    Certified financial planner Bill Francavilla offers tips for consumers to avoid being scammed by fraudsters over email, including emails and calls from people claiming to be from the IRS.

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  20. Parents Would Give $5,000 to a Child in Debt2018/12/27
    In a recent survey, parents said they'd be willing to give a child at least $5,000 to help them out of debt. But not all debt is created equal. CreditCards.com's Ted Rossman discusses exceptions to parents' sense of generosity.

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Your must-listen for valuable money and market stories from The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday our journalists from Heard on the Street, the Intelligent Investor and other popular features share insights on investing, markets, taxes and retirement planning.

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