An interview with author Ben Carlson, where we discuss how to deal with inflation, the state of cryptocurrency, and how to not let money ruin your life.
2022 was not kind to the wallet and the retirement prospects of average Americans. But perhaps we should be hoping for a repeat of it anyway.
If you're not such a big fan of Jim Cramer and his stock picks, here's a way to try to make money off the opposite of what he recommends.
Answering reader questions on asset allocation if you're financially independent, whether it's time to get more international stock exposure, and about investing in bonds in a bear market.
VFIAX and VTSAX are two popular mutual funds offered by Vanguard. Learn the differences between the two and which might be best for you.
The stock market might be providing scary times in 2022, but now's not the time to panic-sell. Here's how to stay strong.
For those who are about to retire, amid soaring inflation and a potential bear market, what are the best actions to take right now?
I'm a staunch believer in owning passive index funds in my investment portfolio. Yet, in 2017, I was compelled to purchase an individual stock. Here's why.
A 2020 survey found that 61% of white American households held stock, compared to 31% of Black and 28% of Hispanic households. Here's how some in the underserved communities are trying to change that.
Tech stocks were way up. And so was my confidence. But still, I lost a 1/12 of my attending salary in 2000. Here's how it happened.