Growth, Value, or Both

 The terms growth and value are often used to describe two different investment strategies, yet many investors may want both qualities in an investment. Famed investor Warren Buffett put it this way in a 2015 interview: “I always say if you aren’t investing for value, what are you investing for? And the idea that value  Read more ➝

BE PREPARED TO RETIRE IN A VOLATILE MARKET

Researchers in the field of behavioral finance have studied how cognitive biases in human thinking can affect investor behavior. Understanding the influence of human nature might help you overcome these common psychological traps.

INVESTORS ARE HUMAN, TOO

Researchers in the field of behavioral finance have studied how cognitive biases in human thinking can affect investor behavior. Understanding the influence of human nature might help you overcome these common psychological traps.

Our Mixed Up, Messed Up Relationship with Investment Risk

You understand the basic financial concepts of budgeting, saving, and monitoring your money. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re in control of your spending. The following reasons might help explain why you sometimes break your budget.

Stock Market Corrections Are Never Fun

The stock market is in the midst of a normal bull market correction similar to those that always have occurred around the time the Federal Reserve has begun to raise interest rates.