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  • My fiancée’s divorce decree says she’s not liable for her former husband’s $100K tax bill. That should protect her, right?
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    MarketWatch

    My fiancée’s divorce decree says she’s not liable for her former husband’s $100K tax bill. That should protect her, right?

    ‘During their marriage he built up large tax bills, they filed jointly, and he built up close to $100,000 that’s still due from when they were married.’

  • Apple Could Top Out After Stock Split
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    FX Empire

    Apple Could Top Out After Stock Split

    Apple has nearly doubled in price since October and could post a major top after the August 24th 4-for-1 split.

  • Rocket Companies Opens For Trading At $18 IPO Price
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    Benzinga

    Rocket Companies Opens For Trading At $18 IPO Price

    Rocket Companies (NYSE: RKT) made its public debut Thursday morning, opening at $18 after being priced at $18.The company listed its shares on the NYSE under the ticker symbol RKT. Underwriters for the IPO includes Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse.This highly-anticipated debut comes after the IPO market cooled down since the spring. Last month, Rocket Companies said it had planned to raise as much as $3.8 billion by selling 150 million shares at a target offering price range of between $20 and $22.The IPO's proceeds will be used to finance business purchases and stock from Rocket's existing holding company, Rock Holdings Inc., owned by founder and majority shareholder Dan Gilbert.Related Link:Rocket Companies Prices IPO At Per Share: Here's Why It Marks A Paradigm Shift In Financial ServicesQuicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert. Photo by Emily Elconin.See more from Benzinga * Roku Reports Q2 Earnings Beat, Adds 3.2M Active Accounts * Why Alterity's Stock Is Trading Lower Today * Why Zimmer Biomet's Stock Is Trading Higher Today(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

  • Gold is a foolish place to put your money right now if you check the facts
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    Gold is a foolish place to put your money right now if you check the facts

    Gold today is nearly as overvalued as it’s ever been over the past five decades. According to preliminary data recently compiled by Bloomberg, worldwide holdings in gold-backed ETFs now total 3,356.6 tons — a sum that surpasses the holdings of any government other than the U.S.