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Is it Time to Invest in Tech Again?

Financial experts get real about whether you should put money into dot-com stocks

Recently, venture capitalists have begun pouring money into a few bellwether dot-coms.

By Bridget McCrea

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BE Next: Your Money Questions Answered

BE canvassed our 21-35-year-old audience to solicit their most pressing questions about wealth building

Black Enterprise asked our team of experienced financial advisers to help answer some of your…

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WATCH: Swizz Beatz On the Beauty of Investing in Art

The mega-producer shares the do's and don'ts of making wise art purchases

BlackEnterprise.com caught up with music and art connoisseur Swizz Beatz while the mega producer-come-NYU professor…

By Anslem Samuel

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WATCH: 5 Money Management Tips With Mellody Hobson

What young people need to know about investing. (It's not as difficult as you think!)

The Ariel Investments President shares her wisdom on the power of saving and investing.

By Anslem Samuel

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Do the REIT Thing

Why some investment advisers are recommending real estate investment trusts now

If you’re looking to diversify your portfolio, a real estate investment trust, or REIT, is…

By John Simons

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Retiring Rich: Asset Allocation 101

Advice, tips and strategies you can use now to ensure a secure retirement in the future

Asset allocation or balancing risk and reward based on your retirement timeline is important to…

By LaToya M. Smith

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Money Basics: How to Begin Investing

Lessons on the fundamentals of personal finance and money management

John Gannon, senior vice president of The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority(FINRA)’s Office of Education, offers…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Kids & Money: Grow Money Fast with Compound Interest

Money lessons we need to teach to our kids from K-12

Here’s a quick and easy compound interest exercise you can perform everyday for one week…

By Renita Burns

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Money Expert Q&A: Replenish Savings with Life Insurance

Insider tips on how to build and manage wealth

You can use life insurance to supplement retirement income, grow your retirement reserves, and replenish…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Kids & Money: How to Put Stocks in Your Child’s Name

Money lessons we need to teach to our kids from K-12

Since opening a brokerage account is out of the question for your minor opening a…

By Renita Burns

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Women are Taking Control of Their Finances

Women are handling their business when it comes to household money management

I recently attended a seminar on women and money. The seminar, moderated by personal finance…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Introduction to Stocks

Prepare yourself for the cyclical nature of the stock market

Before you invest, take some time to understand all of your options beginning with the…

By Patricia Stallworth

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Building Wealth Requires Do-it-Yourself Investing

Increasingly, we must all fend for ourselves when it comes to living comfortably in our golden years

This year, my 6-year-old daughter, Ella, learned how to count money. I burst with…

By John Simons

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The New ‘Back to Africa’ Movement

Larry Seruma, creator of the first actively managed mutual fund to focus exclusively on Africa, makes the case for investing in the motherland

By now, nearly every American investor knowsbout the potential opportunities in the emerging markets of…

By John Simons

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Plan Well, Retire Rich

How Tony Gittens and Jennifer Lawson invested for a long, healthy retirement

If You were to accuse Tony Gittens and his wife, Jennifer Lawson, of being obsessive…

By Glenn Townes

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African American Investors are Down, but Not Out

Cutting back on saving and spending, helps blacks make it through recession

Middle-class African Americans are more likely than whites to have cut back on saving and…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Eyes on the Prize

April McLemore wants to �retire by age 55. But will she have enough money saved in 16 years to live �comfortably?

Friends and family aren’t likely to find April McLemore shopping in stores such as Nordstrom…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Learning the ABCs of CDs

Not all certificates of deposit are created equal

Most people tend to think of CDs as simple investments but they can get complicated.…

By Patricia Stallworth

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The First African-focused Mutual Fund

Larry Seruma creates the first actively managed mutual fund focusing exclusively on the motherland

By now, nearly every American investor knows about the potential opportunities in the emerging markets…

By John Simons

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Cutting Edge: Zip Car’s Going Public. Should I Buy?

How to research an IPO

Though money is a bit tight with student loans, I’m still always on the prowl…

By Renita Burns

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How To

3 (Non-Creepy) Ways to Follow-up After a Networking Event

If you’ve ever exchanged contact information at a networking event, then waited too long to…

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women in business

How Women in Business Can Help Other Women Break Barriers

Considering women of color are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States, BlackEnterprise.com…

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