Inflation Begins to Ease its Grip
Inflation may be starting to ease (see today's news) but consumers may need to wait a while before they see relief.
The 4% Retirement Rule is Back
The 4% rule in retirement has been around for decades, but last year Morningstar recommended a cut. Now it's coming back.
A Historical Perspective on Market Bottoms from Bridgewater
Many of the key markets of an inflation-driven bear market are still missing today - little real economic weakening, few signs the central bank is ready to move to easing, and, as of yet, not much repricing of equities beyond the direct drag from rising interest rates.
Congrats on Your First Job! Here’s what to do with your Money
For those just starting out in the workplace – good advice in this article you can share with them. Set up ways to automatically save and pay down debt! Live within your means. Good advice for us all.
To Make Money in the Stock Market, Do Nothing
Make money do nothing. Don’t try to guess short-term moves in the market. From Jeff Sommer of The New York Times.
Is Now a Bad Time to Retire?
Is this a good time to retire with all that's gone on in the market? This article has good perspective and reminds all of us that retirement is a 30+ year process that you and your advisor need to manage through.
How to Make Peace with Your Stock Market Losses
For investors, the only thing worse than losing is having to admit that you’re a loser. Here’s how to clean up your portfolio without feeling ashamed.
What Happens When You Miss the Best Days in the Stock Market?
Tempted to sit on the sidelines during a market correction? Here's what you'd give up.