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How to Invest in the Facebook Craze Before It Goes Public

Facebook will go public someday, but not anytime soon: The IPO market has all but dried up, and flush Facebook doesn't need the cash. Thankfully, there are plenty of other means of investing in social networking. Let's go over five ways to play this phenomenon right now.

5 Things to Watch in Next Week's Market News

There's no such thing as a summertime lull when earnings season is upon us. Even if you don't feel like alerting the "sell in May and go away" camp of investors, there are plenty of headlines to be written about. Here are five things that will shape the way the market acts in the week ahead.

How to Take Your Retirement for a Test Drive

It's more than a question of "Do I have enough money?" Practicing retirement is a way to dip your toe into the post-work waters and see if they're too hot, too cold, too "just not you yet," or just right. Are you really ready financially -- and emotionally? Here's how to find out.

Group Buying Companies: Time to Take Stock

When will Groupon and Living Social go public...and how have the sites already changed the way older companies do business? With high profit margins leading to steep valuation, it looks like the group coupon market is poised to explode!

ETFs in 2010: Hot. Don't Get Burned

Providers of exchange-traded funds and notes had a strong 2009 and the new year is shaping up to bring more of the same. But what's good for ETF companies isn't necessarily good for investors.

Biotechs That Could Thrive with Health Reform

If the health care bills in Congress become law, the biotech sector may become one of the biggest beneficiaries. Standard & Poor's identifies six stocks and mutual funds that stand to benefit the most from the changes.