On Your Bottom Line

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April 16th, 2013
11:54 AM ET

Should you sell in May and go away?

As the market keeps hitting records, does the old Wall St. adage of "sell in May and go away" still apply? With Christine Romans.

April 12th, 2013
02:53 PM ET

Getting smart about college

Christine Romans explains the importance of deciding where to go, what to study, and how to pay.


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April 12th, 2013
02:46 PM ET

How to ask for a raise

Brad Karsh tells Christine Romans some tips for getting that much-deserved pay bump.


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April 12th, 2013
02:04 PM ET

Housing spring fever

Christine Romans, Clark Howard, and Terry Savage discuss the recovering housing market and how to get in it.


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April 5th, 2013
04:26 PM ET

The rich and the rest

Mortimer Zuckerman and Christine Romans discuss income inequality in the United States.


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April 5th, 2013
03:38 PM ET

March 2013 unemployment report

Rana Foroohar and Greg Valliere join Christine Romans to discuss the March 2013 unemployment report.


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April 5th, 2013
01:58 PM ET

Art of the Sale

Stocks are reaching record highs. Christine Romans explains when you should take the money and run.


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March 29th, 2013
01:49 PM ET

Tale of two housing markets

Investors can cash in on low interest rates, but getting a mortgage isn't easy for everyone. Marc Morial and Ali Velshi join Christine Romans.


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March 29th, 2013
01:48 PM ET

Big business, big battles

Are big companies making a moral stand in support of same sex marriage. or is it just smart business? Susan Mcpherson joins Christine Romans.


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March 29th, 2013
01:47 PM ET

Middle class' tax shelter

Use your home to cut your tax bill.

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