millennial finance

Sally Brandon
Let’s Face It, Your Millennial Is Still Really a Financial Rookie

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In this eye-opening column, Michelle Singletary of the Washington Post provides sage advice for parents of those within the millennial generation. While we as parents may think that we “punch out” once our child turns 18, the reality is that when… Continue reading

Indexing Beats Wall Street

Scott Puritz
Wall Street Rout: Indexes Beat Stockpickers 92% of the Time

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It’s often claimed in the world of Wall Street and stock-pickers that the best way to perform as an investor is to hire a broker who allocates your money into pricey actively managed mutual funds. While many trusted financial luminaries, such… Continue reading

millennial retirement

Sally Brandon
7 Things Most Millennials Don’t Know About Preparing For Retirement

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Recently, Forbes published an eye-opening article about the challenges that millennials face when saving for retirement. For those in their 20’s or 30’s, retirement may seem a lifetime away; however, that time will approach faster than you can anticipate. Read on… Continue reading

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John Bogle, Buffett’s ‘Hero,’ Explains Why Index Investors Need Not Fear A Stock Downturn

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Fresh off a weekend visit to the “capitalist Woodstock,” Warren Buffett’s annual shareholders meeting, Vanguard Founder John Bogle addressed an interesting question that must bug any retirement investor who relies on index funds. Bogle was asked on Monday to explain… Continue reading

 
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Revealed: Testosterone Messes With Your Investing Brain

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A landmark 2001 study showed that women outclassed men as investors by nearly 1 percent per year. Now we are coming closer to understanding why: Testosterone interferes with the male investor’s brain. A new study from Caltech, Wharton, Western University… Continue reading

 
millennial finance

Let’s Face It, Your Millennial Is Still Really a Financial Rookie

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In this eye-opening column, Michelle Singletary of the Washington Post provides sage advice for parents of those within the millennial generation. While we as parents may think that we “punch out” once our child turns 18, the reality is that when… Continue reading

 
Warren Buffett Indexing

5 Times Warren Buffett Talked About Index Fund Investing

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Over the years, much has been made of the advice of iconic investor and billionaire Warren Buffett, including his penchant for promoting the idea that most investors should use index funds. When one mentions Buffett’s promotion of low-cost investing, usually… Continue reading

 
Retirement Style

‘Going In Style’ Toward Retirement, Without Robbing A Bank

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Every 10 years or so, Hollywood tries to latch onto the economic angst of the country with a comedy. Think of the Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd classic, “Trading Places,” which skewered the misplaced values of 1980s traders. Or “Fun… Continue reading

 
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Is John Bogle Right About 4% Stock Returns?

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One of the biggest questions facing retirement investors right now is what to expect from stocks over the coming decade. It matters the most if you’re at or near retirement, since that number will affect your ability to finance a reasonable… Continue reading

 
Indexing Beats Wall Street

Wall Street Rout: Indexes Beat Stockpickers 92% of the Time

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It’s often claimed in the world of Wall Street and stock-pickers that the best way to perform as an investor is to hire a broker who allocates your money into pricey actively managed mutual funds. While many trusted financial luminaries, such… Continue reading

 
millennial retirement

7 Things Most Millennials Don’t Know About Preparing For Retirement

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Recently, Forbes published an eye-opening article about the challenges that millennials face when saving for retirement. For those in their 20’s or 30’s, retirement may seem a lifetime away; however, that time will approach faster than you can anticipate. Read on… Continue reading

 
Donald Trump Richer

Donald Trump Could Have Been Five Times Richer

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What’s the fastest way to become a millionaire? Start with a $1 billion and invest in real estate. It’s an old joke, but in the case of Donald Trump there’s something to it. We don’t know the president’s true net… Continue reading

 
Yale Strategist Reveals The Truth About Hedge Fund Failures

Yale Strategist Reveals The Truth About Hedge Fund Failures

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By now you’ve begun to notice a pattern in the news about hedge funds: Nobody is making money anymore, so managers are returning millions to disappointed investors. The latest to close is Eton Park Capital. But the decision by that fund’s… Continue reading

 
    

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