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Nathan Alderman

Nathan Alderman


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

Recent articles

The Easiest Retirement Calculator Ever

A dirt-simple way to work out how much you'll need.

When Sesame Street Beats Wall Street

You're no one's puppet, Fool. Don't let Wall Street pull your strings.

Why the Writers Should Win

Victory for the striking Hollywood writers could benefit Foolish investors.

Don't Save Like Tyrannosaurus Rex

Taking fiscal cues from a cartoon dinosaur? Never a good idea.

4 Keys to Easier Investing

Mystified by mutual funds? Here's what to look for.

Learn From a Loser

Want success in CAPS? Don't follow my example.

The Serpent in Apple's Garden

The Mac maker switches sides -- to oppose its customers.

On Web TV, Viewers Choose

A cable channel seeks online viewers' opinions on a proposed new series.

The Devil in Your Wallet

The promise of immediate riches could cost you more than you think.

Apple: What's Up Steve's Sleeve?

The Mac maker promises mysterious new goodies on Feb. 28.

Don't Trust This Article

Even smart investors can fall for a clever scam, but the smartest learn from their mistakes.

Farewell, My Broker

She wanted great returns without the effort -- but would she kill for it?

Forget About Retirement

Stop worrying about saving for the future. These no-brainer tricks can help you take retirement off your mind.

Invest Like an Imbecile

You don't have to know anything about finance to start investing -- as long as you're willing to learn.

You're Watching the iTunes Network

Apple's new video iPod could change TV forever.

Will Licensing Doom Marvel?

The comic book giant faces a hidden foe: reader apathy.

Nintendo's Revolutionary Controller

The video game innovator wows fans and critics with an oddball input device.

Apple's Better Mouse Trap

Will reinventing the mouse lure more PC users to Macs?

Grand Theft, Great Publicity

Naughty hidden content in Take-Two's hit game will only increase its appeal to teens.