Should you use available income to first pay down debt or instead invest it for the future? The answer may be part science and part art, but Wealth Advisor Kurt Wunderlich breaks down how both can inform your financial plan.
Any duffer can hit a hole-in-one with enough luck. But, as Wealth Advisor Doug Buchan writes, being a scratch golfer - like being a scratch investor - requires patience in the winning strategy and the discipline to play your game.
The way that conventional wisdom treats stocks, bonds, and the risk they entail can be problematic. Wealth Advisor Doug Buchan explains why, in financial planning, sometimes the almost right word simply won't do.
Been there, done that on vacation? Get out of the bubble, Tim Maurer writes, and organize a trip that expands your mental, physical and spiritual horizons through the pursuit of adventure and acts of service.
Don't allow relatively short periods of performance to influence long-term investment strategies. Larry Swedroe looks at how home-country bias and recency can imperil proper international diversification.