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Ashton Kutcher is a successful Silicon Valley investor.

Ashton Kutcher is Hollywood’s most active Silicon Valley investor. Here’s how he built a lucrative investing career, from making an early ...

Silicon Valley investor Ashton Kutcher is full of investing advice: invest in what you know, pay attention, and ask stupid questions.
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Here’s the investment portfolio of 2 millennials who are saving for retirement, a down payment, and their future kids

Justin, 31, and MacKenzie, 28, are balancing multiple financial goals. Christine Benz of Morningstar gave their investment portfolio a makeover.
Daniel Ek

Spotify wants to be the Nike of audio. Here’s how CEO Daniel Ek plans to do it.

Ek said that to conquer the audio market, Spotify would need to win over a billion people.
Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz is a certified financial planner.

Charles Schwab’s daughter called her dad for investing advice at 22 and was ‘disappointed’ when he didn’t give her a hot stock...

Charles Schwab told his daughter, Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, that diversification and time in the market is "the most predictable way to be successful."
Should you pay off student debt or invest?

There’s a simple rule to determine whether investing while paying off student loan debt is a smart move, according to the experts

Experts say if your student loan debt interest rate is high, you should pay it off before investing, according to Erin Lowry of The Broke Millennial.
Millionaire investors spend more time studying and planning for future investments.

A woman who studied 600 millionaires says successful investors have the same 5 traits — but the wealthiest among them do one thing differently

Millionaire investors spend more time studying and planning for future investments to build wealth, according to one researcher.
Making a poor investment decision can hurt at any age, but especially as you near retirement.

The worst thing to do with your money in your 60s, according to a financial planner

When you reach the decade of retirement, the worst thing you can do with your money revolves around your investments, according to one CFP.
What should you do with your money during a volatile market?

Experts explain what to do with your money right now, whether or not a recession is looming

Experts broke down four different options: investing in index funds, stock-picking, storing money in high-yield savings, or in a checking account.
When stocks are falling, it's a good time to buy at a bargain.

There are only 2 things you need to do to survive when stock prices are falling, according to Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett wrote in his 2017 letter to shareholders that investors should do two things during a bear market: stay invested and buy at a bargain.