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What are the safest investments? 7 low-risk places to put your money — and what makes them so


What are the safest investments? Seven low-risk places to put your money - and what makes them so


9 ways to withdraw money early from your IRA – without paying a penalty



Investment income is taxed in a variety of ways – here's how to estimate what you'll owe and tips to minimise it


How to invest in silver, a precious metal that both diversifies your portfolio and rises with new tech industries


Long call options vs. long put options — what 'going long' in options trading means



A short squeeze happens when a stock suddenly spikes — a bind for traders who bet borrowed money it would drop


How to invest in equity crowdfunding, a way to give small private firms a boost — and possibly profit yourself


Dividends are taxed in different ways — here's how to figure what you owe on your stocks' payouts


Short selling is a high-risk but high-reward trading strategy that profits from a stock price's fall


Behavioural finance is a science that analyses why investors often make misguided choices


Interest income from your investments is taxable — here's how to calculate what you owe and ways to lower it



A long position is a trading strategy that can help you profit from a stock, whether its price rises or falls


Options let you lock in a good price on a stock without actually buying it – here's how option trading works


'Buy the dip' means purchasing a promising stock when its price drops, assuming a fast rebound and future profits


Book value vs. market value: Knowing the difference between these two measures can help investors pick stocks



Book value is a financial measure of a company, and a tool that helps investors tell if its stock is a bargain


How to invest in the S&P 500 — a guide to the funds that mimic the influential index's makeup and moves


How to take advantage of low interest rates — the best financial moves for investors and borrowers


A variable annuity can provide you with more retirement income, since its payouts rise with the stock market