Investing

Blog posts by Rodgers & Associates on the subject of investing in the stock market and bonds, including topics like mutual funds, municipal bonds, interest rates, volatility, portfolio balancing, and investment strategy


Time-Weighted Returns vs. Dollar-Weighted Returns

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Comparing Time-Weighted Returns and Dollar-Weighted Returns

Should Bonds Still be Part of Your Portfolio?

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Making bonds part of your portfolio is a good, sustainable course of action if the decision is informed and made based on your needs and goals.

The Fed and Inflation: What You Need to Know

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Record government borrowing and the Federal Reserve’s decision to start raising interest rates have many   

How Does the GOP Tax Reform Proposal Compare to President Trump’s?

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Should you continue to defer income in 2017 or will it be better, in the   

Traders vs. Investors

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Traders and investors view stocks in very different ways.

What is the Future of the Stock Market after the Election?

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The stock market may fluctuate based on presidential elections, but it’s not always in a negative way.

What’s Next for the Stock Market Now That the Election is Over?

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The Uncertainty is Behind Us – Time to Rally?

Immediate Fixed Income Annuity: Is It Right For You?

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(And why it might not be so good for you.)

Tax-Efficient Benefits of Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)

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The savings for non-tax deferred (retirement) account investors can be significant.

Asset Allocation May Be the Most Important Investment Decision You’ll Make

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The goal of asset allocation is to reduce risk and create diversification by dividing assets among the major classes and sub classes of stocks, bonds, and cash.

Inflation: The “Invisible” Factor That Can Hurt Your Purchasing Power

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Why you need to consider inflation as a risk to financial security in retirement.

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