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    TheStreet.com

    What Is the Average 401(k) Balance by Age?

    Are you putting away enough for retirement? See how your 401(k) savings stacks up against your peers.

  • Fastest-Growing Companies: 24 Stocks Expecting Up To 603% Growth In 2020
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    Investor's Business Daily

    Fastest-Growing Companies: 24 Stocks Expecting Up To 603% Growth In 2020

    While the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the global economy, Zoom Video, Netflix, Nvdia and AMD are among 24 fastest-growing companies expecting up to 603% growth in 2020

  • Here's why Intel's stock just dropped 10% after reporting earnings
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    TechCrunch

    Here's why Intel's stock just dropped 10% after reporting earnings

    Netflix missed on several metrics yesterday and was punished, and today Intel is joining the video streaming giant in stock-market purgatory. Intel shares are off around 10% in after-hours trading after the chip company reported its Q3 data. Investors had expected Intel to report an adjusted $1.11 in per-share profit, off around 22% from the year-ago period.

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    MarketWatch

    The inventor of the ‘4% rule’ just changed it

    It’s been more than 25 years since Bill Bengen, a financial adviser in southern California, created the so-called “4% rule.” Bengen called his rule “Safemax”—the maximum amount you could withdraw each year and still say “safe.” If you want to make sure you don’t outlive your savings, goes modern financial advice, budget on withdrawing no more than about 4% of your portfolio in your first year of retirement, and then only adjust upward in line with inflation.