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Wall Street: Whose bull market is it? Is the market overvalued and propped up more by the Fed than by a truly healthy economy? Are ordinary Americans failing to get their slice, albeit a small one, of the market’s gains through 401(k)s and IRAs? Is the divide between Wall Street and Main Street growing? 

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Could 2014 be the year the housing market really recovers?
How savvy are you about real estate? Take our quiz!
Top 10 places to buy a foreclosed home
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Home prices see biggest gains since 2005, and no bubble in sight.
Flipping a house? The 10 best cities for flippers.
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Can long-term unemployed find work in improving US economy? There’s hope.
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Are the rich really getting richer and the poor getting poorer? 10 income inequality myths debunked. 

Research: Allison Terry, Graphics: Jake Turcotte/The Christian Science Monitor

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Is income inequality as bad as Obama says? In many ways, yes.
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Changing foreign aid: can more groups ‘buy local?’
Graphic: Rich Clabaugh/The Christian Science Monitor

Changing foreign aid: can more groups ‘buy local?’

Graphic: Rich Clabaugh/The Christian Science Monitor

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