Everyone loves bull markets, but when the indices head south, no one likes losing money. You might be fine with all the ups and downs when you're decades away from retirement. However, as you approach that retirement red zone or once you start walking down that pathway of your...
In my previous article "The Paradigm Shift... That Altered the Odds of Investing" I discussed the dynamic change over the past 20 years which has and continues to adversely impact every investor. As an investment coach, teacher and mentor, I'm frequently asked questions regarding this bubble phenomenon: Is this...
People nearing their retirement age should start early in thinking about how to live their lives comfortably when they stop working. And below are some useful tips to help them start planning for their retirement.
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A lot of people will save significant amount of money for their retirement. Experts provide tips on how to plan successfully for your retirement.
According to an October survey of 50 top economists conducted by the Wall Street Journal, the yield on the 10-year Treasury was forecasted to rise nearly one percentage point to 3.47% by the end of 2014. What impact would such a rise have on your investment portfolio?
Last fall, a Wall Street Journal survey of 50 top economists forecasted the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond to rise to 3.47% by the end of 2014. So how has the economists' forecast panned out through January? How have bond investments responded?
2013 was viewed as a very positive year by investors. The S&P 500 index (measuring large cap U.S. stocks) was up 32.39% for the year. However, the reality is most other asset categories didn't come close to keeping up with the pace set by U.S. equities.
Q: You know why Wall Street calls it your "nest egg"? A:They know that with one click of a computer button or one wrong move, and it will crack open and be gone.
The retirement age for much of the world is between 60 and 65 years. Life expectancy remains, however, for much of the industrialized world well into the 70's and in many regions well beyond 80.