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Is Beating the Market Possible?
Market timing doesnâ€™t work, but actively managed funds in â€œinefficientâ€ markets can outperform.
6 Ways to Increase Your Risk Tolerance
Increasing one's ability to tolerate investment risks can allow the investor to successfully take more compensated risk for which he will likely be rewarded with higher long-term returns. Here are six strategies to build risk tolerance.
6 Reasons the Rich Should Pay Off Their Mortgage
Most Americans have a financial goal to have a paid-for house. Many would even like to pay the house off in less than a standard 15-30-year time period. That's not the right move for everyone, but it's a good idea for the rich. Here's why.
Answers to Your Burning Advisor Questions, Part 4: Chemistry Matters
When choosing a financial advisor, there's more to consider than dollars and cents. You also need to think about whether your advisor's mindset aligns with your own.
Answers to Your Burning Advisor Questions, Part 3: Understanding Fees
In Part 3 of our series on questions you should ask your financial advisor, we look at how you should discuss the potential costs of your advisor's services.
Answers to Your Burning Advisor Questions, Part 2: Know Their Limits
In Part 2 of our series explaining questions you should ask potential financial advisors, we look at why it's important to have a full view of your advisor's areas of expertise, and of their limits.
Allergan Shares Plummet as Pfizer Calls Off Merger
Pfizer is reportedly backing away from plans to merge with Allergan in response to new Treasury Department regulations.
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