Emotions, Fees Play Major Roles For Individual Investors
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NPR's Uri Berliner discovers that among his REIT holdings is one that owns the Washington, D.C., site where, until recently, NPR had its headquarters. The building is being torn down and a new building with law offices will go up in its place. Marie McGrory/NPR hide caption

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How To Invest In Real Estate Without Being A Landlord
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Hey mutual fund investors: Think you can beat the market? Charley Ellis, who's worked in investment management for 50 years, doubts it. That's because the fees actively managed funds charge can get expensive. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Resisting The Temptation To 'Win' When Investing
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A recent trip to Costco cost NPR's Uri Berliner $303.53. The haul included razor blades, cans of soup and tuna fish, laundry detergent, heartburn relief medicine and dog treats. As an investment, it will pay off if he uses what he bought — and if the price tag for the same items is higher if he returns in a year. Mary-Elizabeth Berliner hide caption

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How A Trip To Costco Can Work As An Investment Strategy
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Instead Of Snoozing In Savings, Let's Put $5,000 To Work
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