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Retirees must manage Social Security income well to avoid the "tax torpedo," which depends on how much other income you have.
A raging stock market has investors more satisfied with their finances than they have been in decades.
Brady's comments follow President Donald Trump tweeting that there will be "NO" changes to 401(k) plans.
Fewer companies "go public" these days, and few advisors think about the possible implications for, or impact on, investor portfolios.
CNBC.com takes a look at the top 10 U.S.-based corporations based on their latest market capitalizations.
BlackRock's Larry Fink says investors are doing "far better" but he warns that some years could be much worse.
Fear not. The market will give you a heads-up before a 10 percent pullback, CFRA Research Chief Investment Strategist Sam Stovall said.
Making the right moves now will help alleviate some of the pain your portfolio could endure when the next downturn strikes.
The financial woes of big-money football players are symptomatic of the larger retirement savings problem plaguing average Americans.
On this day in 1987, the NYSE had one of its most dramatic trading days in its 225-year history. Market legend Art Cashin looks back.
There are four important lessons that today's investors can take from the Black Monday stock market crash of 1987.
Wild action leading up to the stock market crash is important to remember as people handicap the chance that such a jolt could hit the current bull run.
In a podcast, Mnuchin gives an "absolute guarantee" President Trump will sign a tax reform bill this year.
The growing ranks of Gen X/Y millionaires have different expectations than baby boomers when it comes to investments and financial advice.
As technology changes consumer habits, many tried-and-true means of anticipating sector performance have been tossed out the window.
The CEO of a U.K.-based wealth management firm has warned about an unruly end to monetary stimulus from global central banks.
A year in which the market exceeded expectations ends with investors throwing caution to the wind.
Fitbit won't be profitable and will continue to burn through cash next year, Stifel writes, downgrading it to a sell rating.
FANG stocks are not likely to continue strong outperformance in 2018, and investors should overweight other tech names and value stocks, says FundStrat.
The financial advice services you choose could make or break your portfolio.
Although some choose between active and passive portfolio management, there's a third option: core and explore.
Advisors are retooling, recognizing tomorrow's clients have different priorities than their baby boomer parents did.