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When using a robo-advisor is, or isn't, the right choice for investors

When using a robo-advisor is, or isn't, the right choice for investors

Finance
Whether you use Siri, rely on Alexa or have a Roomba, there's no escaping the fact that robots are part of our daily lives now. It's not a bad thing that we can automate some of life's most mundane, tedious tasks. Did you know that you could also get robots to help you with your finances? Whether they look like Silicon Valley tech start-ups or they're owned by old-school, traditional financial firms, robo-advisors have joined the mainstream. They are an appealing investment solution, especially if you're new to investing and don't know where to start. Before deciding to use an automated investment solution, you should consid...
Mets' Wheeler feels right at home vs. Braves

Mets' Wheeler feels right at home vs. Braves

Sports
ATLANTA -- Zack Wheeler got to make his major league debut nearly five years ago back home in Atlanta with his family and friends watching and the New York Mets right-hander didn't disappoint. The graduate of suburban East Paulding High School earned a victory at Turner Field on June 18, 2013 while becoming the first Mets pitcher to throw six shutout innings or more in his first game. Now Wheeler gets to pitch for the first time at the Braves' two-year-old SunTrust Park on Sunday as he continues his comeback at age 27 after missing the 2015 and 2016 seasons because of elbow surgery. Mike Foltynewicz is the scheduled starter for Atlanta as the Braves try to win the four-game series after scoring twice in the ninth inning for a 4-3 victory Saturday night. The winning run came on a bunt base ...
Coachella: Is Cara right about Coachella being 'anti-LGBT'?

Coachella: Is Cara right about Coachella being 'anti-LGBT'?

Entertainment
"I still refuse to go to a festival that is owned by someone who is anti-LGBT and pro-gun".Those were the words from Cara Delevingne as she explained her decision to boycott Coachella to her 41m fans on Instagram on Sunday.Despite being left "speechless" and in tears by what she called Beyonce's "iconic" headline performance, the 25-year-old continues to protest against the alleged values of its billionaire owner Philip Anschutz - who has been linked with far-right Christian evangelical groups.Delevingne, a supporter of gay rights and herself sexually fluid, added that she should be "allowed to shame that man and the festival and still show my appreciation of an artist at the same time". In response to the model's remarks, Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) released a statement saying it "...
The 1 Condiment You Need from Trader Joe's RIGHT NOW

The 1 Condiment You Need from Trader Joe's RIGHT NOW

Health
People of the world, spice up your life. Like many people who try to cook deliciously—while minimizing my intake of too much sat fat, sodium, or anything with coconut oil—acid and heat are two of my favorite flavor profiles. What this amounts to is, unsurprisingly, an almost dogged devotion to hot sauce.Gochujang, neon-green El Yucateca, classic Tabasco, Texas Pete, that weird Fire sauce from Taco Bell (#noshame), I love it all. So, on a recent trip to Trader Joe’s, which we all know is a wonderland for delicious items and ready-meals, I spied a row of small bottles and stopped to inspect them.Put down whatever it is you’re doing (besides reading this), and get thee to a Trader Joe’s and sweep up all of the Yuzu Hot Sauce that you can find. It’s that good. I’m SE
Trouble swiping right? Facebook's data changes seem to be impacting Tinder

Trouble swiping right? Facebook's data changes seem to be impacting Tinder

Technology
Some online daters had a little more trouble swiping right earlier this week than normal. On Wednesday, hours after Facebook announced plans to restrict some data access by third-party apps, some Tinder users noticed problems with the app. Tinder did not specify the reason for the outage in a statement to ABC News, citing only "a technical issue" and saying that the company "found a resolution and quickly resumed service." But it appears Facebook new policies may be to blame. Scott Steinberg, a trends expert for consulting firm TechSavvy, told ABC News that the problem was likely connected to the tightening of restrictions previously announced by Facebook. He likened the previous flow of data from Facebook to certain third-party apps to "a pipeline of information that's been flowing" ...