A lot of yield hungry investors have bought into owning high-yield debt, but the high yield comes from the high credit risk faced by these investors.
Alternative investments are assets classes other than stocks, bonds and cash.
U.S. investors should evaluate and review their holdings to see if adding international stock exposure makes sense for them.
The availability of ETFs in retirement accounts gives investors access to a wider array of investments, but not all choices are appropriate in these accounts.
Turbulence over 401(k)s and fiduciary standards may create an opportunity for the announced launch in 2016 of Betterment for Business, a 401(k) platform.
Recent market volatility has investors concerned about the potential for a correction and how they can protect their portfolio against losses.
Investors can use a trailing stop that follows the stock price higher. A trailing stop can be set either as a percent or a dollar price.
Should investors look beyond market-cap-weighted indexes when choosing an index fund?
Does the day of the week and the time of day matter when buying or selling stocks and bonds?
Two new ETFs let investors delve into the complicated world of credit default swaps. Finally, right? Though anyone can buy in, they’re mostly for institutions.