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As Stock Market Plunges For Coronavirus Panic, Advisers Say: Stay The Course

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Janet Jenkins used RedfinNow, an iBuyer service, to quickly sell her home near Los Angeles. The company repainted it, spruced it up and put it back on the market for sale. Courtesy of Redfin hide caption

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Who Needs A Realtor? iBuyers Pay Instant Cash For Your House

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Specialist Meric Greenbaum works at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. Stocks slumped and bond prices soared for the second day in a row as fears spread that the widening coronavirus outbreak will put the brakes on the global economy. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Dow Drops 1,900 Points In 2 Days As Markets Sell Off On Fears Of Coronavirus Spread

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Life Kit: How To Find The Right Mortgage

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A logo for Hornbeck Offshore Services, the company from which Team Indicator bought two junk bonds last year. Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Meet Our Junk Bond!

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Until very recently, the separate company that runs the emergency department at Nashville General Hospital was continuing to haul patients who couldn't pay medical bills into court. Blake Farmer/WPLN hide caption

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It's Not Just Hospitals That Are Quick To Sue Patients Who Can't Pay

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The CryptoQueen

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For Rent: Fast Fashion

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U.S. Credit Card Debt Hits All-Time High, And Overdue Payments Rise For Young People

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When Your Abandoned Estate Is Possessed By A State, That's Escheat

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Producer Darius Rafieyan holds his betting slip after placing a bet on the Oscars' Best Picture category in Atlantic City, N.J. Darius Rafieyan/NPR hide caption

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Betting On The Oscars

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A sign alerts customers that cash is not accepted at a shop in San Francisco last year. The city subsequently banned businesses from rejecting cash. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Cities And States Are Saying No To Cashless Shops

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The Student Borrower Protection Center, a watchdog group, says one lender seems to charge higher rates to graduates of historically black colleges. Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Graduates Of Historically Black Colleges May Be Paying More For Loans: Watchdog Group

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A happy David Blanchflower after catching a big fish. Blake Matherly/David Blanchflower hide caption

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Peak Misery And The Happiness Curve

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