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One reason saving is hard: We tend to view our "future selves" as complete strangers, and our decisions in the present moment reflect that.
You’ve probably noticed that most retailers use prices ending in 99. That’s intentional.
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Becoming a renter in today’s economy may be a smart decision for some people.
Treating “oniomania” or compulsive buying disorder is about protecting your finances as well as your mental health.
FIRE is a lifestyle that promotes extensive saving in order to retire early, despite the fact that early retirement is far from practical.
The story of China is the story of global economics.
Financial setbacks are more common than you might think.
Financial illiteracy can become a significant problem. But it’s a problem with a clear solution.
Frugality can also benefit the environment.
Mindfulness may be especially useful for gaining more control of your impulses to spend.
Money shame is more common than you might think.
Risk-taking isn't inherently bad: It tends to build self-confidence when things work out, and resilience when they don’t.
Talking about money with loved ones is awkward. Here’s how to do it.
Smart investors recognize that the stock market doesn’t exist in a vacuum.
Here are the signs that you inherited “money anxiety” from your parents.
No family is immune to money conflicts, no matter how much they love each other. Here’s what to look out for.
Some experiences continue to pay dividends time and time again.
Personal finance advice is often over-simplified and fails to consider economic research or people’s unique circumstances.
These 5 research-backed tips can turn bad habits into financial gain.
Day trading has the potential to yield incredible profits, but without a time machine, you’re unlikely to achieve them.
There are four money personality types. Which are you?
Although it’s often described as the Amazon of China, Alibaba has a radically different business model that does not rely on inventory management.
The “money taboo” is not a single taboo, but rather an amalgamation of several smaller taboos tied to gender and socioeconomic class.
While Costco warehouses may remind shoppers of Walmart, this membership-only retailer has a business model that more closely resembles Amazon or Netflix.
Some analysts predict that Amazon's revenue will double over the next five years.
Nearshoring may be the manufacturing model of the future.
For decades, cinemas have earned more from concessions than ticket sales. But can their current business model survive in the streaming age?
Between the instability of the real estate market and cryptocurrency fluctuations, everyone has been talking about bubbles. But what are they, really?