Ralph Bassett

Fund manager Q&A: Spotlight on investing in small-cap funds

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An aging, maligned bull market gets some birthday love

Fund manager Q&A: A diversified approach to income-investing

How to invest with $5, $50 or $100

Justin Bainbridge

People with disabilities finally get a way to save money

Smaller bite: Tax bills dip for most popular mutual funds

NEW YORK (AP) — Tax time means many mutual-fund investors are paying the bill for their funds' past successes, even ones that predate their own investment.

Fund manager Q&A: A diversified approach to income-investing

Bond investors aren't exactly known as risk-seekers.

How to invest with $5, $50 or $100

Investing isn't just for the rich.

After years of faltering, stock pickers see signs of hope

NEW YORK (AP) — They're some of the most-shunned people in investing, and if there were ever a time for them to make a last stand, it's now.

What the safe part of your 401(k) still can, and can't, do

NEW YORK (AP) — The safest part of your 401(k) isn't as safe as it used to be. But there's still nothing safer, fund managers say.

People with disabilities finally get a way to save money

NEW YORK (AP) — Justin Bainbridge is 27 and works two jobs, but he wasn't allowed to start saving money for his future until a few months ago.

Accused flight attendant negotiating plea agreement

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A flight attendant accused of making fake bomb threats on two Skywest flights in the U.S. in 2015 is negotiating a plea deal with prosecutors and likely won't stand trial.

'America First' doesn't have to mean 'American Only' 401k

NEW YORK (AP) — "America First" is President Trump's economic policy. But that doesn't mean investors should set their 401(k) accounts to "America Only."

Fund manager Q&A: A broader view of sustainable investing

People who favor investing in a way that helps preserve the environment have more options than strictly focusing on companies that offer Earth-friendly products or services.

Q&A with Andrew Foster of Seafarer Capital Partners

Emerging markets have long been a volatile investment and some people think they may grow more so, due to changing global economies and the proposed policies of president-elect Donald Trump.

Patience paid off for fund investors in 2016

NEW YORK (AP) — Last year was a fantastic one for fund investors, at least for those resilient enough to hold on through the stomach-churning turns the market took.

Life insurance explained in (exactly) 250 words

What life insurance is: a policy that pays out if you die.

Q&A with Neuberger's Brett Reiner on small-cap funds

Small-company stocks are enjoying a heyday.

Hundreds rally to raise the age of criminal responsibility to 18

Menands police investigate string of car vandalisms

ELA Common Core testing begins

Holocaust survivor shares experience with Greenville High School

Veterans share experience with Niskayuna students

Rotterdam man facing child pornography charges

Private colleges voice concern over free SUNY tuition proposal

Comptroller seeks safeguards for hazardous rail shipments

Candlelight vigil to mark third anniversary of hospital's closing

North Adams residents warned of car break-ins