The world of finance has traps for the unwary and even in a bull market, they can harm you. So it pays to be on the lookout.
Absent a full-scale war in Eastern Europe or a complete collapse of the Chinese economy (both possible yet highly doubtful), your holdings should be OK.
Two economic indicators suggest that the U.S. economy is recovering from the recession, yet worries about the future and the economy in general keeps on.
Are you a good pet owner? Owning an animal means more than feeding it and loving it. Pets aren't cheap, so doing right by Fido or Tabby involves financial planning.
We have to take the good with the bad to appreciation in our portfolios and house values.
Don't fall for a pitch preying on your fear. The only financial products to consider are those right for your situation.
The shrinking middle class, the tilting of more wealth toward upper-income people, rising inequality -- no other remedy is better than increased education.
Asking one-on-one makes a good start, but asking a group of customers is magic.
File a small claim against a large company and you probably won't ever get to a hearing. It just switches your grievance from an ineffective customer service department a more responsive legal department.
Economics and their unpleasant surprises animate the PBS series, set on an estate of wealthy English aristocrats. The overriding lesson? Be careful with your finances.