investor behavior


5 Tips to Control Your Fear in Retirement

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Fear of Money or Losing Money can Force Bad Investment Behavior Chrematophobia (also called Chrometophobia)   

Why You Should Ignore Market Doomsayers and Their Meltdown Theories

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Members of “Armageddon, Inc.” who constantly predict doom and gloom aren’t really trying to help you.

How Will a New President Affect the Stock Market?

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The stock market has fluctuated through more than 45 election cycles since 1833.

Time After Time

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The media and the crowd.

How to Determine Your Bond-to-Stock Asset Allocation

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One way is determining your risk tolerance.

The 2016 Stock Market Downturn: There Is Some Good News

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Many investors are worried, but there is a silver lining to the recent declines on Wall Street.

The Benefit of Asset Consolidation

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Do you need more than one adviser?

Why Standard Deviation Matters When Choosing Investments

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Volatility often causes people to make decisions that may not be in their best interest.

Market Volatility Shouldn't Be Feared

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Time to re-learn the lessons from 2008-2009.

Some Investors Remain Fearful of a Strong U.S. Stock Market

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Why are some investors so skittish about U.S. stocks?

Are You a Trader or an Investor?

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You might think you’re one, but act like the other.

You’ve worked hard to save for retirement. How can you turn your wealth into an income that’s designed to last your lifetime?

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