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  1. RELAX https://www.marketwatch.com/story/heres-how-the-stock-market-typically-performs-in-the-aftermath-of-a-major-rout-2018-02-06/print
  2. tony

    The 401K Cap Attempt

    Wall Street Journal has a good article on this but I can't get past the paywall. Here is an abbreviated version http://www.marketwatch.com/story/theres-talk-of-capping-401k-contributions-at-2400-per-year-2017-10-20 OH WAIT!! Backlash already got to the President Update: Trump says its not happening http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/10/23/trump-knocks-down-reports-big-401-k-squeeze-in-gop-tax-plan-no-change.html
  3. A nudge is great, but sometimes, the best thing to do is nothing http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-jack-bogle-and-richard-thaler-know-about-smart-investing-2017-10-20/print
  4. When taking a cold is the best investment advice http://www.marketwatch.com/story/wall-streets-testosterone-problem-2017-10-17/print
  5. This is the era of passive investing, but while the strategy has been incredibly favored and successful for years, the U.S. stock market in every major way remains driven by the views of active managers and the moves of individual securities. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/passive-investments-are--but-remain-a-small-slice-of-the-stock-market-2017-10-16/print
  6. It really does come down to Saving. The other factors are important but not as much if you don't save enough. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/here-is-why-your-savings-rate-is-more-important-than-your-investments-returns-2017-07-20/print
  7. In the world of asset management, it increasingly seems like there’s Vanguard, and then there’s everyone else.The investment management giant has taken in more than $177.3 billion in inflows across its products thus far in 2017, according to Morningstar data. That’s about as much as its 10 closest competitors—combined.The losers amid Vanguard’s victory include such Wall Street titans as J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. JPM, -0.34% Wells Fargo & Co. WFC, +0.24% and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. GS, +0.19% all of which have seen notable outflows this year. More below http://www.marketwatch.com/story/investors-flock-to-vanguard-funds-dump-goldman-wells-fargo-and-others-2017-07-11/print
  8. I am referring to an amazing pattern that exists even among advisers who are trying to beat the market. It turns out that the advisers who charge the most perform no better, on average, than those with the lowest fees. And some studies have found that they actually do worse. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/financial-advice-is-like-whiskey-the-most-expensive-isnt-always-the-best-2017-06-30/print
  9. People often argue that financial knowledge can be acquired with experience. But if the evidence from a new survey index is any indication, that way of learning may, in fact, be very slow or not work well at all. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/most-americans-are-driving-blind-when-it-comes-to-financial-decisions-2017-05-25/print Actual Report http://gflec.org/initiatives/personal-finance-index/
  10. Nearly 3 out of 4 adults have financial regrets, with not saving enough for retirement sitting at the top of that gloomy list at 22%, according to a Bankrate survey released Tuesday. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/young-people-should-put-down-their-smartphones-step-away-from-the-avocado-toast-and-do-this-2017-05-23/print
  11. O.K Ken, this ones for you:) http://www.marketwatch.com/story/golds-record-as-a-safe-haven-doesnt-glitter-2017-04-18/print
  12. “What the markets seems to be telling us here in the U.S. is that there are a few bullish things going on with the new administration, which is determined to borrow a lot of money to spend a lot of money,” he added. “I don’t mean to be downbeat. I mean to be realistic.” http://www.marketwatch.com/story/jack-bogle-on-how-to-invest-in-a-time-of-trump-be-realistic-2017-04-13/print
  13. tony

    Bogle On Trump

    He is a Keynesian who wants to build the economy … to spend a lot of money, have the government undertake a lot of spending and borrowing in the public marketplace to add to aggregate demand for our goods and services here in the U.S.,” Bogle said of Trump in a wide-ranging interview set to air in three parts, beginning Tuesday, on “MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe.” Adds Bogle: “That program, I’m convinced, is very good for the short-term in the stock market.” But longer-term, Bogle says, saddling the federal government with more debt would damage stock portfolios. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/vanguards-bogle-donald-trump-is-the-new-john-maynard-keynes-2016-12-13/print
  14. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-genius-of-john-bogle-in-9-quotes-2016-11-23/print
  15. The NFL held its second annual Personal Finance Camp in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in early April. And as it did last year, the league welcomed family members to join the players. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/meet-the-awesome-nfl-mom-determined-to-stop-her-sons-finances-from-being-sacked-2016-04-06
  16. Sometimes you might feel as though you are chained to a job for the next 20, 30 or 40 years and there’s no way out. If that describes you, I have some great news. It’s not necessarily true. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-to-do-so-you-can-retire-early-2016-04-12?siteid=yhoof2
  17. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/20-words-you-need-to-know-to-avoid-getting-fleeced-by-wall-street-2015-11-20/print Jason Zweig’s ‘The Devil’s Financial Dictionary’ has the details
  18. John Bogle, the father of passive investing, has this very simple piece of advice for anyone seeking to make their money grow. Don't try so hard. When you make investing into work, inevitably you run the risk being wrong and losing big money. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/john-bogle-never-play-a-losers-game-2015-12-24/print
  19. Lots of articles are being written since the correction. Here is another http://www.marketwatch.com/story/your-portfolio-may-not-be-as-safe-as-you-think-2015-09-08/print
  20. Lots of articles are being written since the correction. Here is another http://www.marketwatch.com/story/your-portfolio-may-not-be-as-safe-as-you-think-2015-09-08/print
  21. More on Trump-as if we haven't heard enough. Lets look at his portfolio http://www.marketwatch.com/story/trump-fails-the-fiscal-responsibility-test-in-his-fund-picks-2015-07-27/print
  22. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/this-study-shows-stock-fund-managers-can-beat-an-index-2015-06-03?page=1
  23. Lately, investment pundits are filling our TV and computer screens with calls for a market crash, so I've decided to do a three-part series on managing risk. This is part two but has a link to part one. Nothing new here but its good to be reminded of the power of a well balanced portfolio. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-best-way-to-handle-risk-in-your-retirement-portfolio-2015-06-01/print
  24. 3 ways Tibble vs. Edison International could change retirement savings http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-the-supreme-courts-fixes-for-retirement-savings-may-do-to-your-401k-2015-05-22/print Shutterstock
  25. FYI: U.S. stocks have more than tripled since bottoming out in March 2009 during the Great Recession, rising in value by a staggering $12.8 trillion. But the average American household has been left behind. Most of the gains went to the wealthy and institutional investors including investment banks and hedge funds. Fewer than half of U.S. households own stocks either directly or indirectly, down from a peak of more than 53% in 2007. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/why-the-stock-market-is-unsafe-for-the-average-investor-2015-05-21/print