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featuredimage Keeping family in the financial loop

Isabelle Wiemero explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO why investors need to include trusted contacts in their financial information. […]

featuredimage Investing away from home

Kyle Tetting relates how an investing bias found among Australian investors is also common in the U.S. […]

featuredimage Retaining value in your stock portfolio

In a MONEY TALK VIDEO, Marc Amateis suggests a strategy for keeping value-oriented stock funds in long-term investments. […]

featuredimage Rising Rates – Not all bad news

By Kyle Tetting
While we still have a long way to go, 2018 has been a tougher year than most for bond investors. […]

featuredimage Retirement confidence or ignorant bliss?

So why are workers so confident of their retirement when they’ve done so little to prepare for it? […]

Featured Articles

Work longer to fatten Social Security

A report from the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests some Americans could benefit as much from working just a little bit longer than from increasing their retirement saving rate by 1%. Lisa Lewitzke explains how that could be and what it means to retirement planning in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

Trying to transition off a treadmill

By Joel Dresang
Many retirees would rather be working. But at the same time that more employers are complaining about a lack of job applicants, they’re serving sheet cake for older employees who have cleared out their desks to head for home. Under the right circumstances, older workers can negotiate mutually beneficial work-to-retirement transitions. […]

The case for active funds amid volatility

Considering the revival of stock market volatility and the phase of the business cycle, Kyle Tetting says the timing is right for investors to take a careful look at actively managed mutual funds to mix in with low-cost passive index funds. Kyle explains why in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

5 tips for naming beneficiaries

Designating beneficiaries for their accounts lets investors control who gets how much of the account’s distributions when they die. As Mike Hoelzl explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO, naming beneficiaries can help cut confusion, delays and expenses for distributing funds. He offers five tips to consider. […]

Handling a record shift in stock volatility

Although stock market volatility merely returned to typical ranges in 2018, the abrupt resurgence was unprecedented, jarring some investors into feeling roller-coaster price swings. Dave Sandstrom offers some perspective in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

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