Asking yourself these four basic money questions will help you determine whether you are ready to retire.
Admit it: You have a little 'Bernie Madoff' in you that's been lying to your spouse about finances. It's time to come clean. Here's how.
The same delusional thinking that leads to market bubbles can keep investors from taking part in profitable post-bubble recoveries.
'Buy what you know' isn't a good mantra to lead your stock investing strategy.
A decades-old focus on capital appreciation in stocks may finally be giving way to greater appreciation of dividends.
Don't worry about investing in an up or down market. Sound long-term investment strategy begins in losing that market timing mentality.
Bill Gross said the 'cult of equity' is dying, but don't put words in the Pimco bond guru's mouth: Gross didn't say stocks are dead.
Pimco bond guru Bill Gross argue the 'cult of equity' is dead, but its death is being greatly exaggerated by bond market Kool-Aid drinkers.
After a lifetime of saving, frugality can become the enemy of a good -- and deserved -- quality of life upgrade.
If you have adult children moving back in with you, setting ground rules will help prevent any annoyance and anger from brimming to the surface.