Investing is no longer a “rich” person’s game. You can start investing with as little as $25. Don’t wait any longer.
The writing has been on the wall for a while about rising interest rates. This year, we saw exactly what this move does to bond funds, as rates rise, the price of bonds fall and the value of bond fun
You want your money to last during your retirement and beyond, but there’s a good chance you are concerned about outliving your money. In order to make sure that your money lasts longer than you do,
You’d be amazed at how long many people will talk to you on just about any topic. Or the location they’d be in when having said conversation with you – like some clients who would call in from the “f
If your employer offers access to a Roth 401(k), it makes sense to rethink your retirement contribution plan. Here’s how to decide which type of 401(k) to use for your retirement investment.
It’s not hard to find decent investment tools online these days. The internet has made it cheaper and easier to get financial information. It wasn’t too long ago, you had to subscribe to the major fi
Wealthy people buy assets. Poor people buy toys. Buying assets will grow your net worth and allow you to reach financial independence.
Troy from The Financial Economist sheds light on his favorite contrarian and trend following technical indicators - RSI, MA and ADX.
Welcome to the 88th edition of the Carnival of Retirement. Included in today’s carnival are some of the best blog posts on the web related to retirement. If you’d like to submit to a future carnival,
Last week, I talked about what I learned while investing over the past month or so. One of the main points was that due to inflation, when my money is sitting in a savings account, I’m actually loos