retirement investor

What Kind Of Retirement Investor Are You?

We all have different approaches to money, understandably so. A lot of it has to do with who your parents are and how you are raised. Depression-era folks are famously … Read more

Posted on June 30, 2016 by
cheap

Wine, Like Investments, Proves Cheap Can Be Great

We overpay for a lot of things on the presumption that price and quality are closely connected — perfumes, wine, certain restaurant experiences, travel. While it’s true that some things … Read more

Posted on June 23, 2016 by
retirement

You Should Think Less About Retirement, Not More

The data on retirement saving is stupefying. Many of us will never retire, studies suggest. Half of Americans have no savings set aside at all and instead spend every cent they earn. … Read more

Posted on June 17, 2016 by
gold

Gold Talk Resurges, But What Does The Data Show?

The one thing you can count on, besides death and taxes, is that someone somewhere will try to talk you into owning gold instead of stocks and bonds. The reasons … Read more

Posted on June 10, 2016 by
dummies

Investing Basics: Diversification For Dummies

Surely you remember the “Dummies” series of self-help books. They had bright yellow-and-black covers and offered to explain complex ideas in simple terms. “A reference for the rest of us!” … Read more

Posted on June 3, 2016 by
buying stocks

What To Do When Nobody Is Buying Stocks

Summer vacation is upon us. The pools are open and the sun is beating down. It’s the classic summer lull for stock markets, too. It’s a predictable pattern of “sell … Read more

Posted on May 27, 2016 by
retirement plan

5 Mistakes That Sink A Retirement Plan

Retirement investing isn’t often about what you might do wrong, a sin of commission, but what you don’t do at all — the sin of omission. What is a sin … Read more

Posted on May 20, 2016 by
stocks to watch

7,728 Stocks To Watch In This Market

The most common investment article you’ll find on the Internet is the basic stock tout. You’ve seen this one. “Six Stocks To Watch Now” or “Three Stocks Set To Pop” or … Read more

Posted on May 13, 2016 by
do i need an advisor

Investing Basics: Do I Need An Advisor?

Investment advice comes in many forms, with many purposes. Some of it is about budgeting, insurance and spending, some about actual investing for retirement. But take a step back. Does … Read more

Posted on May 6, 2016 by
investment failures

Why Investment Failures Are So Important

A Princeton professor has made waves online by publishing his own resume of failures — grants he did not get, schools that turned him down. He’s not the first academic … Read more

Posted on April 29, 2016 by