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The blackouts and price spikes in Texas this winter have raised doubts about the viability of wholesale electric markets like the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT). Over four million people lost power, there were numerous blackout-related deaths, and some customers saw electric bills totaling thousands of dollars. Moreover, a recent analysis by The Wall Street Journal determined that Texans have paid $28 billion more than customers in regulated markets since 2004.

OPINION — When there’s drama in the stock market, I often learn about it at the gym. Case in point: the recent headline-grabbing hullabaloo ab…

“How will the outcome of the U.S. election impact retirement planning, and what actions are you taking now?” Financial Planning Magazine asked…

OPINION — Ever since Stephen R. Covey published “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” in 1989, we’ve seen variations of “Seven Successful …

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SPEARFISH — At a special session teleconference tonight the Spearfish City Council voted to accept the first reading of a version of Ordinance…

What investment asset class grabs the most attention of the average American? My guess is that it isn’t the stock market, but a category many …