One thing’s for sure: Investors won’t be bored with the stock market next year.
Avoiding risk doesn’t always mean you’re playing it safe.
It’s hard to ignore stock market returns, but don’t let them rule your retirement.
Stock market fears and economic uncertainty appear to be wearing down rich investors.
Governments drowning in debt, astronomical equity valuations and highly correlated global asset classes are a few of the risks investors must consider today.
Ultrashort-term bond funds may come with more risk than certificates of deposit.
Setting goals and formulating a plan to get there helps investors stay on the straight and narrow.
Without sufficient investment growth, even the rich risk running out of money.
Global investing is a fact of life for investors, but geopolitical turmoil highlights the risks.
Investors searching for yield might consider mortgage REITs, but be aware of interest-rate and default risk.