Retirees shouldn't be afraid of the stock market.
'The president will be able to get done less than some people hope and other people fear.'
First-quarter results are an overwhelming bellwether, says Fisher Investments founder Ken Fisher.
Sectors, styles, size and country weightings impact a portfolio's long-run results more than which individual stock you choose.
Call it the 'retirement reboot.' That's what you need to do if your 401(k) is huffing and wheezing.
Savings accounts and CDs are generating more interest from both consumers and investors as the Federal Reserve's recent hikes have boosted yields.
Just about every U.S. worker across every generation underestimates the cost of health care in retirement, but they're frighteningly off-target.
The top one percent currently owns 45 percent of the world's wealth, and by 2021 that number will tip over the halfway mark. Here's why you should care.
The financial crisis gave Millennials a crash course in economics that they're putting to good use.
Why the Fed's shifting balance likely won't cause stocks to fall.
China's simultaneous efforts to tighten monetary policy while maintaining growth and economic stability aren't as contradictory as many think.
Employers and their workers have different ideas about the latter's retirement needs, but employee worries and financial problems may be changing that.
Some helpful questions to help you hone your investing skills.
With millions of Americans underprepared for a comfortable retirement, money-wise, it's time to get ahead of the issue with some smart preparation steps
You're thinking about your retirement all wrong.
Americans are getting better with this whole retirement thing, as only 28% say they plan to take the benefit when eligible at 62.
As more financial advisors adopt the use of artificial intelligence, the technology will help them avoid spending their time answering mundane questions and focus more on financial planning.
With changes in the tax code imminent, along with other economic policy changes coming out of Washington, D.C., a thorough review of your estate plan is a must.
Exit polls show a hung Parliament, but that could change as results come in.
Worried about the theatrics in Washington DC? Investing globally can help.
Asset allocation--the mix of stocks, bonds, cash and other securities you choose--is a retirement plan's foundation.
There is a reason why the rich keep getting richer, according to financial author Robert Kiyosaki.
Investors who are facing career changes or major purchases such as a second home often seek guidance from their financial advisors who can offer an unbiased and less emotional opinion.
Financial advisers who think clients are keenly aware of college 529 savings plans should think again.
90% of women will become family breadwinners at some point - but many remain anxious about their financial situation.
Mostly because they're more realistic about finding employment.