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Financial markets shift, and so should your investment goals. Does your portfolio need rebalancing now, soon, or later?
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Boring and staid, bonds remain a fundamental piece of a well-made portfolio. Find out why you should add bonds to yours.
Dig out those old savings bonds, find out what they're worth, and teach your bonds to do more than reliably collect interest.
Bonds offer investors several advantages, but you should understand their potential risks and basic terms before you jump in.
You don't need thousands of dollars to earn real money investing. All you need is $25 a week and a plan — this plan.
The conventional reason for investing in the stock market--perhaps offered with a bit less confidence now that we're in the midst of a stock market crash--is, "It offers higher ret
After the recent interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve many of my bank and money market interest rates plummeted. Now the best yield I have is on my Series I Savings Bonds iss
When investing in things that pay an interest rate--things like CDs and bonds--it's tempting to try to get the maximum interest rate, and then to try to lock up that rate for a
Your 401(k) is not an investment. Neither is your IRA. Those are legal compartments for holding investments. Your investments are the mutual funds, stocks, bonds, and so on that you've bought. [more]
Let's say you've paid off any debt, except maybe a low-rate mortgage or student loan, and you've started saving the 3-6 month's spending money that all the books sa
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