Investing

The 'Disgusting' Financial Practice Tony Robbins Wants You to Watch Out For

It sounds simple enough: Make an investment adviser put the interests of his or her clients ahead of his own.  But the rollout of the so-called fiduciary rule, approved by the Department of Labor during the Obama administration, continues to be delayed, as it faces fierce opposition from the financial industry.  For author and business strategist Tony Robbins, this lack of regulation around investment advice can be “disgusting.”

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How much money you need to save each day to become a millionaire by age 65

Becoming rich is nothing more than a matter of committing and sticking to a systematic savings and investment plan.

If you want to get rich, start investing- and start as early as you possibly can.  

To illustrate the simplicity of building wealth over time, Bach created a chart detailing how much money you need to set aside each day, month, or year in order to have $1 million saved by the time you're 65.   

Next time you consider running to Starbucks for a $4 latte, think about this chart and consider redirecting that coffee cash to your savings.  Check it out. 

The Big Lesson From 2016 for Your Retirement Planning

Here's what you should take away from the year that included Brexit and Trump's election.

When it comes to takeaways that can improve your retirement planning and investing, I think there’s one big lesson we should all draw from 2016.

Worried about the Stock Market? Smart investors do these 3 things-

Stocks are off to to their worst start to a year ever.  It's human nature to look at this massive wave of selling and panic.  But what's going on in the markets right now is not a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis and Great Recession.  

The market rewards optimists -- and pragmatists.  Intelligent (long-term) investors tend to do three things when markets sour:

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Stocks Have Best Month in 4 Years

It's a treat, not a trick, for investors.  October ended as the strongest month for equities in four years.  Stocks finished lower Friday, but still recorded their biggest monthly gains since October 2011.  The October rally followed two brutal months for stocks, when equities sold off on global growth fears.   Why such a strong October in stocks?  To learn more click on the link below.