Investing

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.

Is It Time To Make Changes to Your Investment Portfolio?

The stock market has taken us for an emotional ride during the past couple of months, and you may be asking yourself if you should make changes to your investment portfolio.  While changing strategies can be a good idea, it’s better to base those decisions on analysis and in the context of your long-term investment plan rather than on emotion.  Before changing your investments, consider whether or not your response is an overreaction to the news. It is always good to review your portfolio on a quarterly or annual basis to make sure you are on track to reach your goals.  

Click the link below for the questions you should ask yourself when thinking about making changes to your investments.  

Survival Tips for Bear Markets

What is a bear market?  Bear markets are normal, but not predominant.  Statistically, we are overdue. The most recent bear market ended in March 2009 — more than six years ago.  

Should I pay off my debt or start investing?

Should I pay off my debt or start investing? This question, perhaps more than any other, has plagued investors for generations. Ironically, it is one that can be easily decided by using a bit of simple math.

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Warren Buffett and Bill Gates Agree - This Factor Was Most Important for their Success

Warren Buffett, Steve Jobs, and Bill Gates have all attributed their success to one factor. In fact, this one trait is behind the success of all people that have performed massively better than the average person. Read on to find out what the trait is and how you can put it into practice in your own life and investing.