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Congress Rejects $250 Payments for Seniors
The one-time payment would make up for the lack of a cost-of-living increase next year. Plus: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pledges most of his $6 billion fortune to charity.
Running time: 77 seconds
Fewer Americans File for Jobless Benefits
The Labor Department says first-time applications for unemployment benefits fell to the second-lowest level this year. Plus: Zillow says U.S. homes will have lost $1.7 trillion in value this year.
Running time: 75 seconds
Selling Your Gold without Getting Scammed
Business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis has important information about "cash for gold" scams.
Running time: 179 seconds
Year-End Planning for Cutting Taxes
MoneyWatch editors discuss the extension of the Bush tax cuts, and answer questions about cutting taxes.
Running time: 1841 seconds
Mortgage Rates Rise to 6-Month High
Rates have soared in the last month. Plus: Profit from the goverment's $700 billion bailout jumps 17% in November.
Running time: 72 seconds
Home DIY Tips to Save You Hundreds of Dollars
DIY Network's Matt Blashaw of "Money Hunters" showed Chris Wragge that you don't need a costly overhaul to improve the efficiency, comfort, and look of your house by sharing some home do-it-yourself tips that will actually save you several hundred dollars a year.
Running time: 270 seconds
Year End Tax Moves to Make Now
Jill Schlesinger talks about steps you can take now to ease your burden this April.
Running time: 151 seconds
Holiday Danger: Identity Theft
With more shoppers pulling out debit cards this holiday season, more people are at risk for identity theft. Jill Schlesinger explains how to protect yourself and your bank account.
Running time: 105 seconds
Groupon: 21st Century Coupons
Online sites like Groupon and LivingSocial are pioneering the hottest thing in retail marketing. You sign up, and every day you get a coupon for half off or more at a local business: everything from restaurants to spas to painting lessons. Rebecca Jarvis spoke with the CEO's of Groupon and LivingSocial to look into the future of this online phenomenon.
Running time: 492 seconds
Busiest Delivery Day
Susan Koeppen reports from FedEx on the biggest shipping day of the year. The shipper is expected to handle 16 million packages on Green Monday.
Running time: 194 seconds
Holiday Tipping Rules
How Much Do Your Neighbors Tip? A national survey reveals how much people shell out for holiday tips. Here's who gets the fattest envelopes.
Running time: 112 seconds
Why J&J Is So Cheap
Leuthold's Doug Ramsey, Ariel's Charlie Bobrinskoy, and Tom Forester of Forester Value weigh in on why some high-quality large caps, such as J&J, have lagged.
Running time: 292 seconds
A Hedge for Inflation and Deflation
Linked to the Treasury yield curve, this ETN should perform well when the spread flattens from its elevated levels, says Morningstar ETF analyst Tim Strauts.
Running time: 326 seconds
Valuing PepsiCo's Performance
The market is undervaluing PepsiCo's bright emerging market prospects says Morningstar's Phil Gorham.
Running time: 248 seconds
Big Risks of Being Too Conservative in Investing
Playing it safe may be gratifying today, but given the muted return outlook for bonds, overly conservative investors run the risk of falling short down the road.
Running time: 342 seconds
Attractiveness of Higher-Quality Company Valuation
Momentum has propelled the junk rally so far, but eventually investors will see the relative attractiveness of higher-quality company valuations, says Morningstar's Paul Larson.
Running time: 402 seconds
Struggle of Municipal Bond Funds
Morningstar's Miriam Sjoblom explores why muni bond volatility has ticked up over the last month.
Running time: 356 seconds
Opportunistic Pharmaceutical Choice for Investment
Premature disappointment over the prospect of Vanda's sole drug has left investors with a compelling opportunity says Morningstar Opportunistic Investor's Stephen Ellis.
Running time: 391 seconds
Worries of Leuthold Group, Ariel Investments and Forester Capital
Leuthold's Doug Ramsey, Ariel's Charlie Bobrinskoy, and Tom Forester of Forester Value point to dollar weakness, too much debt, and municipal fundamentals as big worry factors today.
Running time: 575 seconds
Managers' Biggest Errors of Omission
Leuthold's Doug Ramsey, Ariel's Charlie Bobrinskoy, and Tom Forester of Forester Value discuss the ones that got away, including Sara Lee, retailers, and Netflix.
Running time: 333 seconds
Four Corporate Bond Picks with Upside Potential
Morningstar's credit research team makes the case for health care, retail, and racetrack credits.
Running time: 464 seconds
Credit Equity Research on Stock Values
Vice President of Credit Equity Research, Heather Brilliant offer up three wide-moat picks for your wish list.
Running time: 188 seconds
Future of Fortune Brands and Tax Policies
Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser on Fortune Brands future, tax-cut tensions, a Google's quest for Groupon, and more.
Running time: 429 seconds
Values and Opportunity in the Tech Sector
Leuthold's Doug Ramsey, Ariel's Charlie Bobrinskoy, and Tom Forester of Forester Value comment on the prospects for the tech sector, including Microsoft's future in the 'cloud' and Cisco's recent drubbing.
Running time: 513 seconds
Big Companies on the Current Investment Market
Leuthold's Doug Ramsey, Ariel's Charlie Bobrinskoy, and Tom Forester of Forester Value accentuate the positives, including the current attractive valuations on quality companies.
Running time: 226 seconds


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