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'GMA' Hot List: ABC News' Matt Gutman goes inside an earthquake simulator
Plus, Tony Robbins shares some secrets from his new book and trainer Chris Powell demonstrates a high intensity interval workout you can do at home.
How Fed hike will affect mortgages, car loans, credit cards
Some questions and answers about what a rising interest rate environment could mean for consumers, businesses, investors and the economy
Tony Robbins talks 'Unshakeable' live on 'GMA'
I'm here with a deer friend, Tony Robbins, one of the most inspiring people I know. Yes. Thank you. A highly anticipated new book. It's called "Unshakeable" about overcoming your fears and achieving financial freedom as it says right here, Tony, you are a force of nature. You are. Thank you. This
How to Handle the Coming Bond Market Turbulence
The Federal Open Market Committee, the Federal Reserve Board group that sets monetary policy, is poised to hike interest rates this year, prompting corporate and Treasury bond investors to seek the best ways to position for the expected impact. In December of 2016, the Fed increased the federal
Gift Shop Sells Women's March on Washington Souvenirs
ABC News' Maggie Rulli is at "The Outrage," a pop-up shop selling Women's March merchandise and donating a portion of proceeds to women's charities.
Send in the Bulls: 2017 Could Be a Banner Year for Stocks
What 2017 will bring to the stock market is, of course, anybody’s guess. Many observers had been bearish on market growth until the recent, so-called Trump rally, which has seen domestic equities rise to new highs. Though some economists and market analysts remain doubting Thomases, more market
Use Your Tax Refund to Ride the Market Pendulum
Spring prompts people to think about tree blossoms, outdoor activities and tax refunds. The average personal tax refund in 2015 was $2,893, according to the IRS . If you have high-interest credit card debt or student loans, using your refund to pay them down would probably be the best investment
Why Investors Shouldn’t Let China, Oil Rule Their Decisions
Economic distress in China and the declining price of oil have become the twin boogeymen blamed for the stock market ’s precipitous fall this year. January ended with the S&P 500 down 5.6 percent for the new year and the Dow Jones Industrial average off 6 percent. It was the worst start to a year
The Note: Democratic Debate Speed Read
NOTABLES --5 MOMENTS THAT MATTERED AT THE DEBATE: If there was ever a time for the Democratic presidential candidates to sharpen their attacks on each other, Sunday was it. The final debate before the Iowa caucuses between Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley laid bare differences