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11
Apr

Indexes 101, Part 2: Why So Many Indexes?

Indexes 101, Part 2: Why So Many Indexes? Everyone has heard of the S&P 500 and Dow Jones, but what’s the difference between the two? And which one should you trust? The post Indexes 101, Part 2: Why So Many Indexes? appeared first on Retirement Researcher. Source: Retirement Researcher Indexes 101, Part 2: Why So Many Indexes?

10
Apr

Why Does Everyone Experience Such Different Retirement Income Outcomes?

Why Does Everyone Experience Such Different Retirement Income Outcomes? Individual investors are vulnerable to the sequence of market returns experienced over their investing lifetimes. Individuals who behave in exactly the same way over their careers—saving the same percentage of the same salary for the same number of years—can experience disparate outcomes based solely upon the specific sequence of investment returns

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7
Apr

What Does It Mean When People Say the Trump Rally Has Created an ‘Overvalued’ Market?

What Does It Mean When People Say the Trump Rally Has Created an ‘Overvalued’ Market? A number of people are suggesting that the Trump Rally, along with the longer-term bull market, has pushed prices beyond justification. Therefore, the markets must be on the verge of a downturn. Are they right? The post What Does It Mean When People Say the

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4
Apr

Indexes 101, Part 1: What Is Index Investing?

Indexes 101, Part 1: What Is Index Investing? Everyone has heard of investing in an index, but not many people understand what that really means, so we decided to break it down for you. The post Indexes 101, Part 1: What Is Index Investing? appeared first on Retirement Researcher. Source: Retirement Researcher Indexes 101, Part 1: What Is Index Investing?