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  • Self-made millionaire: If you want to get rich, start working 95 hours a week
    Business
    CNBC15 hours ago

    Self-made millionaire: If you want to get rich, start working 95 hours a week

    Grant Cardone didn't always have millions in the bank. He's not the only self-made millionaire to say that the steady salary that comes with a 9-to-5 job is holding people back from getting rich. Steve Siebold, who also spent 25 years studying wealthy individuals for his book "How Rich People Think," notes that there is a critical difference in how the wealthy and everyone else choose to get paid: Average people choose wages based on time — an hourly rate, for example — while the rich are typically self-employed and get paid based on results.

  • Business
    Kiplinger11 hours ago

    3 No-Brainer Stocks to Buy for Retirement

    Retirement investing is not what it used to be. The problem with the Federal Reserve's attempt to goose the economy is that it killed bond yields, forcing retired investors further out onto the risk curve, making it difficult to find safe stocks to buy. When it comes to retirement stocks, I have very firm requirements, which I'll describe in detail when I launch my stock advisory newsletter, The Liberty Portfolio, early next year.

  • Just three stocks are responsible for almost half of the Dow’s huge one-month rally
    Business
    CNBC.com18 hours ago

    Just three stocks are responsible for almost half of the Dow’s huge one-month rally

    The Dow Jones industrial average has gained about 1,200 points over the past month. And interestingly, nearly half of that advance has been produced by just three stocks. Leading the field by a wide margin is Goldman Sachs: That stock's 26.5 percent rally over the past month has added about 320 points to the Dow. In second place is UnitedHealth, which is up about 15.7 percent, and has consequently tacked about 150 points onto the 30-stock index. Finally, Caterpillar's 17.3 percent run had added about 95 points, just ahead of JPMorgan's 90-odd point contribution. As it happens, these four stocks, including JPMorgan, are the best performers over the past month. But their contributions could be