Research study highlights what works and what doesn't and why
How often do you have to be correct with stock market timing to beat buy-and-hold?
Many studies purport to analyze whether stocks and the economy do better under Democratic or Republican administrations. What's the truth?
Assessing your beliefs about how closely you should be following and trading your investments
Q: What do you think of the Black Swan theory? The book…advises putting 90% of our portfolio in ultra-safe assets, and 10% in speculative/hedged investment that is supposed to profit handsomely when the market crashes...
Inside perspectives from my work as a personal financial counselor as summarized in my best-selling book Personal Finance for Dummies
Stocks are riskier and more volatile than bonds, except when they aren't...
How employer’s mutual fund selections (and your actions) affects performance
This analysis suggests investing in stocks is riskier over long periods than previously thought...
Investing luminary argued that U.S. stock only portfolio is just fine
See how stocks and commodities compare regarding the risk of losing money
Why you’re likely focused on the wrong risks (like Covid-19) and what you can do about the biggest risks?
What impact does it have on risk and your returns?
A legendary value investor shows how to profit when others are fearful
What impact is media bias having on the American people and economy?
What this change means for future investment returns of stocks, bonds, real estate and other investments
Overcoming the obstacles that cause investors to earn below market average returns
New research from Stanford provides insights into the keys to being happier
Dr. Edward Hallowell, a leading mental health expert, provides tips for strengthening marriages
A simple and powerful exercise program that trumps most weight loss schemes
Evaluating Michael Lewis’ “Flash Boys” book and how you should trade stocks
Is there an ideal asset allocation for investing in stocks and bonds?
A rebuttal to an Atlantic article people are talking about
From former Wall Street Journal columnist Jonathan Clements
High school grads have increasing options for lower cost routes to good entry-level jobs
A historical analysis comparing economic growth to stock price changes
What this new data suggest for possible future stock market returns
What are you really getting from the online behemoth?
Vanguard Group founder John Bogle has a new book which reflects upon the investing world, the business world, and society at large. "Rarely do so few pages provoke so much thought," says David Swensen, Chief Investment Officer, Yale University.