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Strategic investing means taking on an appropriate amount of smart risk within a well-diversified portfolio of stocks, bonds, and commodities. A wise investor takes an appropriate amount of smart risk…

Often, investors allow emotion to overwhelm logic, which drives irrational investing behavior. Certain investments may rapidly climb higher and higher, with a momentum that is fueled by the very hype…

Too many investors allow their emotions to overwhelm their logic, driving irrational investing behavior. Certain investments may rapidly climb up and up, a momentum that is all the more fueled…

I investing for retirement with my 401(k), but I want to do more. What else can I do to make sure my assets are best positioned to work for me? Knowing…

The vast majority of us aren’t taught what do with our money after we make it–besides spend it, of course! To complicate matters, the media bombards us with high-level financial…

In today’s perpetually plugged-in world, the constant whirlwind of information can easily be overwhelming. This principle certainly holds true in the world of investing and finance: if you’re not well…

As an investor, you need to be sure that you and your financial advisor are on the same page about your investment strategy, how your portfolio is allocated, and why. The Investment Policy Statement is a key tool that will help you address these issues.

Every investor should have an Investment Policy Statement… 

When it comes to finance, how do you avoid information overload? When sifting through the wealth of information and opinions out there, always consider the source. Do they have your best interests at heart? Or do they answer to their own best interests and bottom line?

Unless you work with an independent fiduciary, you can’t be sure that the advice you receive is intended to benefit you, not the firm or broker.

Your job affects your financial life beyond serving as the source of your paycheck. It affects how you should be investing, both in the short and the long term. Most people fail to take into account the nature of their work when looking at their asset allocation. Even though they think they’re looking at their asset allocation holistically, they’re only looking at their bank and brokerage accounts. And they should be looking equally closely at their source of income.