If investors are not in the market when it begins to move up again, they may miss a large gain. It is virtually impossible to accurately enter at the top or bottom of the market, especially consistently.
John S. Grande, CFP
If you own a small business (such as a medical practice), many retirement plan alternatives are available to assist you and your eligible employees with retirement planning. To make an informed decision on which plan is right for your practice, review the differences carefully before choosing.
While many put off estate planning because it can be difficult, there are several tips one can follow that can make the process less stressful.
When meeting with pre-retirees as well as current retirees, one of the most common areas of concern, apprehension, and (at times) outright fear, is whether they will run out of money during retirement.
Based on our experience over the years, we believe the rules of investing and planning for retirement that one can feel confident in have changed forever.
Whether you're in or near retirement, keeping a watchful eye on your spending can be pivotal in determining whether your funds will last at least as long as you do.
Understand exchange-traded funds and why you may want one.
Getting in and out of a mutual fund at the wrong time is generally accounted for by the psychology behind an investor's behavior.