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Nathan Alderman

Nathan Alderman

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Nathan Alderman is a longtime Fool who lives in Crozet, Va.

Recent articles

What the Fool Is a 529 Plan?

A friendly, Foolish guide to the often confusing world of college savings plans.


Will Your TV Say "Hello, Hulu"?

A Reuters report suggests the popular site's jump from small to big screens is nigh.


Google's Bid to Rule Mobile Ads

The search giant scoffs at Apple's iAds with its own open framework.


What the Fool Is a 401(k)?

Your quick, Foolish guide to getting free money from your boss.


Make Your Checkbook Work for You

Hate math? This easy, automated checkbook crunches numbers for you.

Apple's Not-So-Secret Weapon

Overshadowed by iPhone oohs and aahs, iAds could be no less important.


Samurai Swords and Superior Stocks

What a classic action movie can teach you about the market.


Roundtable: Best Dividend Stocks for Beginners

A Foolish phalanx suggests powerful payout providers for novice investors.


Meet the Real Scrooge McDuck

Real-world counterparts for the famous members of the Forbes Fictional 15.


What the Fool Is an IRA?

Learn the basics of individual retirement accounts.

Why Buzz and Woody Aren't Shrek

The diminishing returns of DreamWorks' ogre may not extend to Disney's toybox.


How I Earned 60% in Just 1 Year

One crucial factor helped supercharge my gains.


The Daily Walk of Shame: Droid's Ad Bombs, Literally

Why, yes, I'd like a red-eyed robot murderphone!


NBC Jumps the Gun

Apparently, GE's flailing network can afford to buy shows it'll never air.


Why a Public Health-Care Option Helps Capitalism

Sometimes, private industry needs a kick in the pants.

A Modest Proposal for Jim Cramer

How the "Mad Money" host can silence his critics -- and maybe improve his record.


Twitter Your Way to Wealth

Become a better investor, 140 characters at a time.


From Loser to Leader

How you can turn your portfolio around.


Iron Man Deserves a Raise

Will Marvel ditch the director of its big hit?


Don't Buy That New HDTV!

At least not yet.