The recent government shutdown will affect the economy in the short term, but the debt ceiling agreement means there will be little long-term effect. Read more about 3Q13 and what's ahead for 2014.
When’s the last time you reviewed your stock portfolio? Do you know how much income you’re generating from dividends? Here are five ways you can update your dividend strategy.
The dividend element of stocks is often overlooked, but it’s an important part of a successful strategy. Learn more about how equity income differs from other types of portfolios and who should consider this model.
Bonds may not be the first thing that comes to mind when investors think about their portfolio, but they are an important part of the allocation mix.
Many people focus their sights on retirement, but the work doesn’t stop there. Here are some strategies for retirees to make the most of what they have saved and make sure it lasts.
The million-dollar question is “Where should I invest?” That depends on your individual needs and concerns. This would be a good time to review your portfolio with your investment advisor.
Making sure that your income in retirement is sufficient to cover your expenses is a critical consideration in deciding whether or not you can afford to make the big transition.
Every business owner envisions what it will take to help the company succeed for years to come. Unfortunately, many business owners don’t think about what would happen to their company if a key employee passed away.
There’s no doubt the past few years have been challenging for most investors. At the same time, three factors have created an opportunity for those who are looking for investments that generate cash.
Learn about the importance of managing your risks rather than returns and letting your time frame for returns match the type of investments. Scott also emphasizes the importance of looking for value and not making emotional decisions or being overly influenced by what’s in the news.
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