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8 Hidden Investment Risks

8 Hidden Investment Risks

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By Guest Contributor, Paul A. Tucci Don’t Be Caught Off Guard By Investment Risk Don’t be nervous about investment risks. There are risks or possible negative outcomes in nearly everything you do. You might lose your job, have a huge unplanned bill or medical expense, or an automobile accident. You may undoubtedly buy the wrong sized shoes or clothes, your...

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How to Boost Social Security 8% Per Year & 5 Retirement Tips

How to Boost Social Security 8% Per Year & 5 Retirement Tips

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How To Play Catch Up With Retirement Savings Late In The Game Guest contributor, Jon Dulin It’s well known that Americans are not great at saving for retirement. If life got ahead of saving for the future, these tips will get you on track for retirement. According to the U.S. Census Bureau,  the average savings of a 50 year old is just under $44,000 (as reported by...

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What To Do With Your Investments Right Now

What To Do With Your Investments Right Now

By in Advanced Investing, Asset Allocation, Guest Post, Investing | 2 comments

Ten Tactical Asset Allocation Considerations Guest post, Rob Bennett I advocate the Valuation-Informed Indexing Model for understanding how stock investing works. This is the model rooted in the research of Yale Economics Professor Robert Shiller. It is similar to the far more popular Buy-and-Hold Model in all respects but one — Valuation-Informed Indexers believe...

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Predicting Stock Returns for Fun and Profit

Predicting Stock Returns for Fun and Profit

By in Economics, Guest Post, Investing, Money Management, Stocks | 9 comments

Can You Predict Future Stock Market Returns? Guest article by Rob Bennett I have been studying how to predict stock returns effectively for nine years. The purpose of this article is to put forward a brief summary of what I have learned. 1) Short-Term Predictions Never Work. I do not believe that it is possible to predict where stock returns are going to be in six...

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Savings: Easy As Pie!

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Guest contributor, Alexandra from Real Simple Finances. There are few things I enjoy in this world more than pie. Aside from being really delicious, pie also serves as a great guideline when designing savings plans. After all, who doesn’t want a big piece of financial pie? My favorite pie is apple, whereas my husband prefers pumpkin. Just as our tastes differ, so...

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