Andrea Pettis

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Your Biggest Retirement Asset: Your House

If you are like many homeowners, you’ve sunk a lot into your residence and it is one of your biggest assets. And that ma

Where Do Solar Stocks Go From Here?

SolarCity Corp. (NASDAQ: SCTY), the largest full-service provider in the United States, has built a large customer base b

What RadioShack’s Demise Means for Retailers

No one seems to be very surprised by news that RadioShack (RSHC) has filed for bankruptcy and will close more than 1,700 stor

Can You Reach Your Goals with Socially-Responsible Investments?

Socially-responsible investing is a concept that most of us would love to adopt … as long as it doesn’t cost us. Here

New York Times Stock: Digital Revenue Up, Earnings Fizzle

It’s the source of “all the news that’s fit to print,” but for the past few years, The New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT)

As Stocks Slump, Stick With Your Long-Term Plan

There’s no sugar-coating January: It was a pretty bad month for stocks. If you have your retirement savings in the stock ma

Bucket List: Should You Work in Retirement?

When considering how to pay for retirement, we often think in terms of a total number we’ll need to reach. But it may be m

6 Ways to Navigate Capital Gains Taxes

We recently explored the topic of mutual fund fees and how much they can cut into your investment gains. But fees are

Large Funds Fight Back With New ‘Dark Pool’ Trading Venue

Last year, Michael Lewis published Flash Boys, and shined a light on the ways Wall Street insiders gain an advantage through

Should You Trust Your Retirement Savings to a Young Fund?

Is it better to be smart, or lucky? When it comes to investing, it can sometimes be difficult to separate hard-earned skil