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Fed’s Low-Rate Pledge Keeps Wind At Stock Market’s Back

 •  April 17

By Chris Ciovacco: Don't Fight The Fed The longer you are involved with the financial markets, the more meaningful the expression "don't fight the...

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Federal Gender Pay Gap Quiz: The Answers

 •  April 17

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Quiz: Some Surprising Facts About the Federal Gender Pay Gap

 •  April 17

A lot has changed for women in government in just the past two decades. Continue reading →

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Are We Headed For A Credit Market Crash?

 •  April 17

In a series of speeches, Federal Reserve Governor Jeremy Stein emphasized the importance of financial stability concerns in monetary policy-making....

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The First-Quarter Earnings Rally And The Stock Market’s Coming New Highs

 •  April 17

By Kevin Flynn:The first-quarter earnings rally is upon us, though there may be complications along the way - Thursday is an options expiration day,...

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Daily State Of The Markets: Free Money Trumps Valuations Issues

 •  April 17

By David Moenning: The stock market in 2014 has been challenging (for both sides) to say the least. However, the action of the last two days has been...

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Invest, Don’t Trade: Lessons From The Tax Collector

 •  April 17

By Atlanta Equity Professional:We are currently still in tax season, and as such I find it useful on a regular basis to remind myself of the big cut...

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CSRS Retirement Types & Eligibility

 •  April 17

FedSmith.com author and federal benefits advisor Jason Visner talks about the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) retirement types and...

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Seven-month high for Phila Fed Index

 •  April 17

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A Bullish Disconnect Between Stocks And Inflation

 •  April 17

By James Picerno: There's a growing list of economic clues that suggest that the moderate pace of expansion, although battered and bruised in January...

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