Many 40-somethings are seeing their income begin to peak, but expenses are often on the rise as well. Tim Maurer goes on CNBC's "Power Lunch" to talk about what financial steps investors in their 40s should take first.
Bear markets are simply a feature of the stock market, not a problem. But they can still hurt. To help investors avoid catastrophizing recent volatility, Larry Swedroe lays out some economic positives to also keep in mind.
In a look at the historical data on stock returns following periods of negative performance, Jared Kizer explores why revisiting the market's longer-term properties can help put last quarter's volatility into broader context.
Looking for something new to read? Made a New Year's resolution to spend more time with the written word in 2019? If so, Tim Maurer's list of his 10 favorite personal finance books could be a great place to start.
When faced with stock market volatility, it's critical to take the long view. Larry Swedroe helps keep things in perspective with a look at why disciplined investors have been rewarded for their patience.
In a new look at why global diversification remains the prudent strategy, Larry Swedroe writes that equity valuations today suggest investors are likely to be disadvantaged if they underallocate to emerging market stocks.
There's always something to worry about when it comes to the stock market, but panic selling all-too-often ends in disaster. That, Larry Swedroe writes, is why it's so crucial for investors to have a prudent, well-thought-out financial plan in place.
In a review of recent academic research into the currency carry trade, Larry Swedroe explores some of the fundamental and theoretically motivated sources of risk that drive its returns and help explain the premium.