The brief history of meme stocks suggests betting against Robinhood is foolhardy


From a disastrous IPO to a new meme hero? Our call of the day from VandaTrack says the push higher for Robinhood could be going places. See full story.

U.S. jobless claims fall to 385,000 as unemployment shrinks despite rise of delta

The number of people who applied for U.S. unemployment benefits at the end of July fell close to a pandemic low, indicating the economy has avoided major damage so far from the delta strain of the coronavirus. Initial jobless claims dropped by 14,000 to 385,000. See full story.

Seniors, vaccinations and the Delta variant — what you need to know

Is it safe to travel? Should I wear a mask? See full story.

‘Who knows if I’ll live until retirement?’ I have $10K in credit-card debt and $4.5K in student loans. Should I tap my $24K 401(k)?

‘Who knows how much my quality of life could improve by getting rid of this debt?’ See full story.

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Is it too late to score a hotel deal this summer? Not if you follow these surefire tips

Room rates have risen to record levels, but there are plenty of ways to save. See full story.


The American epidemic of unnecessary medical treatment is one reason your healthcare costs keep going up. See full story.

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