Here are some ways to make up for the shortfall between retirement income and expenses. See full story.

Stocks trade mixed as investors await Alphabet‘s earnings

Stocks are trading mostly lower Monday morning after the Dow booked its sixth-straight winning week in the wake of a dovish pivot by the Federal Reserve and a strong January jobs report, with investors looking ahead to another round of earnings and developments in U.S.-China trade talks. See full story.

Bitcoin prices little changed, but downside test of $3,000 is in play, says analyst

Bitcoin prices were mostly unchanged on Monday, extending the subdued period for major digital currencies and keeping $3,000 in sight. See full story.

Sanders, Schumer call for limiting corporate stock buybacks | Biden only Democrat to lead Trump in Iowa poll

Sen. Bernie Sanders and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer write in the New York Times that they’re planning to introduce a bill to limit corporate stock buybacks. See full story.

Patriots win the Super Bowl, so the stock market is doomed. (Or not)

Here’s a bold prediction: The stock market will either rise or fall in 2019. See full story.


Tax experts give their opinion on what to avoid when filing your taxes. See full story.

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