What's the catch is when you’re offered a financial product for free? With free stock trades, there is a good explanation why people need not pay an offsetting cost to enjoy the benefit of free trades — so long as they pay attention to a couple of issues.
Imagine if your bank paid more for a 6-month CD than a 5-year CD.
In finance, you're either as excited as you've ever been or as scared as you've ever been.
One definition says a bubble is when higher prices make people want to buy more, not less.
It’s easy to come up with a story for how you earned your wealth after you earned it.