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February 2016

Kyle Bass on China’s looming banking crisis and the U.S. economy

Bass tells Fortune he expects a ‘hard landing’ for China and the global economy, but that it won’t be as […]

Charlie Munger on How to Reduce Errors in Life

Munger shares his wisdom at this year’s Daily Journal meeting By Brian Flores, During the most recent Daily Journal (NASDAQ:DJCO) […]

Turnaround specialist turns to hedge fund

The gig: Brendan Ross, 42, is founder and chief executive of Direct Lending Investments, a La Cañada-Flintridge hedge fund that invests […]

Buy-to-Let Surge Before Stamp Duty Rise

Surveyors expect buy-to-let investor demand for UK residential property to increase ahead of stamp duty changes, which arescheduled to come […]

How to keep your home secure

Although burglary rates are falling, a break-in can cause emotional scars as well as financial loss. Here’s how to keep […]

Does the real estate market need real-time data?

Some big name investors are pushing a startup’s valuations to astronomical heights as the company bets homebuyers want real-time real […]

Trump and his debts: A narrow escape

He began by bringing creditors around to the realization Mr. Ross had: The developer was worth more to them financially […]

A habit that takes less than 5 minutes a day has made all the difference with my money

Success — in your career, relationships, or finances — starts with good habits. It can take a while to form […]

You Don’t Have to Be a Billionaire to Buy a Big Building in Manhattan (or, a Piece of One)

ByEmily Stewart Over investing in stocks? Why not buy a building instead? It worked for Donald Trump. Unlike Trump, you might […]

Investment risk: It doesn’t have to be scary in retirement

Investing for your retirement is a risk, but then everything is a life is a risk! Saving for retirement through […]

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