With the clock running down on 2018, you might be contemplating special gifts for your family. Whether you’d like to contribute to a 529 or establish a trust fund, you’ll want to keep a few tax guidelines in mind to maximize the joy of giving.
What do riptides and market volatility have in common? They’re scary and potentially harmful—unless you know how to navigate the waters.
Today, people are enamored of U.S. stocks and the attractive returns they’ve delivered. International stocks? Not so much. Giving up on international stocks now in favor of more U.S. stocks could be a big mistake.
Some investors may be frustrated with the low absolute returns they’ve experienced over the past 10 years. And today’s high stock valuations and inflation risks have many thinking it may only get worse. Are we destined for low returns?
Historically offered at startups and tech companies, restricted stock units (RSUs) are gaining broader popularity alongside stock options in employee incentive plans. If you’ve been offered these options, what should you do?
In soccer, it’s hard to “do nothing.” It’s the same in investing. This year’s FIFA World Cup reminded us that while we don’t know which way the market will “kick the ball” tomorrow, next month, or next year, when it comes to long-term investing, staying centered wins.