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Where Are Investors Putting Their Money -Now Vs. Then?

Investors have been processing high inflation reports, rising interest rates, surging energy, commodity, and real estate prices. So, what is the market saying about which markets investors have favored the last couple of years vs where are they putting their money right now? A way to determine this is to simply plot the indices and then see how they stack… 

5 Low-Priced, Big-Upside Biotech And Medtech Stocks “For Very Aggressive Accounts”

“Many investors, especially more aggressive traders, look at lower-priced stocks as a way to not only make some good money but to get a higher share count,” notes the author of today’s article. He proceeds to highlight five low-priced biotech and medtech stocks with significant upside potential to consider for very aggressive accounts. For these five stocks – including a… 

Don’t Learn These Money Lessons Too Late

Despite having spent decades studying money and finances, the author of today’s article reveals that “it took [him] a decade or more to learn many of life’s most important money lessons and, indeed, some key insights have only come to [him] in recent years.” Among those lessons are “the key to a big portfolio” and what should be – and… 

The Paradoxes That Can “Bedevil” Financial Decision-Making

The worst fear of retirees is coming to the end of their money before they come to the end of their lives, and yet, as the author of today’s article observes, “few choose the financial product that is purpose-built to solve that problem”. This is just one of many paradoxes that can “bedevil” financial decision-making, and while there’s nothing we… 

The SECURE Act Isn’t The Only Major Change To Retirement Saving This Year

The SECURE Act, which went into effect on January 1st, will change the way workers save for retirement, the way retirees spend down their retirement savings, and the way beneficiaries will receive money from inherited retirement accounts. But the various provisions of the SECURE Act aren’t the only ways that saving for retirement will change this year. As today’s article… 

From QCDs To QLACs: What To Do About Unneeded Required Minimum Distributions

It may be a nice problem to have as a retiree, but it’s still a problem: what do you do with your required minimum distributions (RMDs) from your retirement accounts – which, as their name indicates, are required – if you don’t need the money for living expenses? Today’s article outlines a number of strategies, from QCDs to QLACs, to… 

“Leverage The Power Of Investing” – And Make Your Retirement Savings Work For You

“Over the course of your lifetime — unless you’re making a lot of money or live extremely modestly on a reasonable salary — you’re going to find it hard to simply put away enough money to retire. The money you put away should, ideally, be working for you and growing at a pace (much) faster than inflation,” notes the author… 

Ease Financial And Retirement Worries With An “Intentional Life Plan”

You may have a will in place, but what about a power of attorney, an advanced directive, or a financial plan? A recent survey found that few people actually use these tools that the author of today’s article argues “are so important for successful lives” – and which can ease financial and retirement worries. He proceeds to outline how to… 

How You Know You’re Succeeding Financially

The difference between running a marathon race and preparing for retirement, the author of today’s article observes, is that “When you cross the finish line in a marathon, you know the race is over. But when you quit the workforce, it’s much harder to figure out whether you’ve successfully reached retirement.” So how can you get a good sense of… 

The Last Refuge For Retirees And Other Conservative Investors?

“If you’re retired or a conservative investor who cannot afford to lose money, your bank certificate of deposits are about to become worthless. Or close to worthless,” declares the author of today’s article as it appears the Fed is gearing up to cut interest rates. So what are fixed-income investors who want to make money on cash without putting that…