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New Ways to Invest in Your Child

by Tom Sandford

According to a study released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it costs about $245,340 for the average American family to raise a child to age 18. That’s an increase of more than 2%, or about $4,000, over last year. Sounds like a great way to go broke, right? Not so. All that kiddie cash is destined for a handful of child-oriented companies. Here are the ones you should know about. Read On…

Herbalife Tanks and Twitter Bounces Back

by Alexander Moschina

You can tell fall is around the corner: Temperatures are milder, beaches are thinning out, and the markets seem to be drifting toward their September slump. But that’s not to say July didn’t end with a bang. Here’s the month’s final batch of trending stories…
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Netflix Hits a New Benchmark & GM Hits the Brakes

by Alexander Moschina

Bonjour and welcome back to Investment U #Trending. I’m still reeling from all the information I took in at The Oxford Club’s Private Wealth Seminar in Quebec (be sure to check out my summaries of day one and day two of the conference), but I’ll do my best to form complete, intelligible sentences. It was a big week for tech, with mostly positive news from the sector’s heavy hitters. Let’s dive in… Read On…