Investing is for the intermediate to long-term financial goals, like investing for a young child’s college education or meeting your income needs in retirement, especially for those who are in the early to middle years of their career.
The active investor wants to go beyond benchmarking to determine if his or her active strategy actually has paid off.
The question becomes, how often should you rebalance? It makes a difference where you hold the investments.
The move to let nonaccredited investors invest in hedge funds is an example of an investment approach winding its way down to retail investors.
Consider taking a core-satellite approach to investing for your 2014 investment outlook.
A collection of investment sayings that describe different types of investor behavior.