How heavily should you use index funds in your portfolio?
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What types of properties, strategies and techniques maximize profits?
Highlighting some of the best actively managed funds at Vanguard
Here's a good mix of some solid funds to consider
Here's some data and analysis to help you make that important decision
The drumbeat of pundits and prognosticators saying to buy gold (and dump stocks) is getting louder
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I panicked and pulled my money out of the market the day oil crashed...
Is there a downside to owning many funds?
Evaluating retirement funds in the aftermath of the recent Coronavirus induced market panic
Some money market funds have "broken the buck." What is the safety of money funds compared with alternatives?
How do you decide how much to put in what asset classes?
Simple to intermediate level real estate investments you can make
This newer emerging markets fund filled a gap in the fund industry's offerings
How does TIAA-CREF stack up compared with Vanguard?
Boost your investment returns by reducing your investing taxes
Some folks can do better investing in individual stocks, right?
How do they fit into a portfolio's asset allocation?
What are the pros and cons of these newer index funds and should you invest in them?
Q: If there's anyone out there who still believes in "buy and hold" investing, he/she should read some of the blogs that I read...
Should you consider investing in these no minimum funds?
Weighing the costs and administrative hassles of your alternatives
Has analysis paralysis set in? Tired of examining mutual funds and ETFs? This simple one page chart can get your money invested intelligently in a snap!
Separating the hype from reality in assessing advisor/institutional funds
But many make easily avoided mistakes - here's how to get it right
Online stock picking forum is now in its third decade
Soon to hit the 70-year mark, these domestic stock funds are market beaters
They are volatile and can produce higher returns but are they necessary?
What funds offer a solid risk/reward if you believe a bear market is soon coming?