Personal Finance Daily: Equinox could experience lasting damage from the anti-Trump boycott and why DIY investors still might want a financial adviser

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Why DIY investors still might want a financial adviser

Even those who are savvy about money need a helping hand sometimes.

Now even your Starbucks or Dunkin’ pumpkin spice lattes come with a shot of sexism

Typically a fall beverage, Dunkin’ and Starbucks are both releasing their pumpkin spice lattes this month.

Equinox could experience lasting damage from the anti-Trump boycott, despite other companies escaping unscathed

In light of anti-Trump backlash to the luxury fitness company, experts weigh in on what it takes for a company to bounce back from a boycott.

The father of my child is addicted to buying designer brands — and wants to buy a Jaguar before we buy a house

‘I grew up the only child while he grew up in a not-so stable environment.’

My husband of 11 years wants to buy a house in his name only — and named the child from his first marriage his beneficiary

‘What should I do to enforce my right as his WIFE to make him put my name on the deed of this new house?’

From ‘Fredo’ to ‘Where did you learn English?’ — how to respond to microaggressions

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo erupted on video at a man who called him ‘Fredo.’

Sorry, but Keystone Light is not really paying all your rent for a year

The brewer’s $12K giveaway is several thousand dollars short of covering the average person’s annual living expenses.

America’s zip codes are becoming more economically segregated — how this impacts you and your kids

Education is one of the main driving factors behind both income inequality and segregation.

This 29-year-old just boosted her salary by $22,000 — here’s how she did it

Jordan Bradford increased her pay, but in a way that can also be a red flag to employers.

Eating more plant-based foods and less meat could help you live longer

Those who consumed the most plant-based foods had a 16% lower risk of having cardiovascular disease.

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Famed short-seller questions Trump as ‘the world’s greatest negotiator’

President Donald Trump told reporters on Tuesday that he’s delaying some tariffs on Chinese imports to give consumers some holiday shopping relief. Short-seller Jim Chanos used his “Diogenes” Twitter account to question his wisdom.

Trump delays tariffs on Chinese-made laptops, iPhones and toys until after Christmas shopping season

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Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers requested that suicide watch be lifted at Manhattan jail

Investigators have found “serious irregularities” at the federal jail in New York where Epstein was being held on sex-trafficking charges, Attorney General William Barr said, deepening the mystery surrounding the disgraced financier’s death.

Why ‘this time is different’ rings true in today’s stock market

Investors are spooked by low yields, but they may be overreacting.

For stocks, ‘buying the dip’ is now likely to be a ‘losing proposition,’ says UBS

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How to get ‘filthy f—king rich,’ according to Bill Nye, the Science Guy

The climate-change activist and noted f-bomb dropper is at it again in a video urging action against rising temperatures. But instead of laying out the more noble aspects of doing your part for the environment, he took a different approach.

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