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Retirement Security & Behavioral Finance

Your mind is wired with cognitive biases that influence your decision making—something that does not make planning your retirement as you wish and need easy. Behavioral finance studies the impact cognitive functions, social, and emotional factors have on financial decision making. Understanding this can increase overall financial health and

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Tips and Tricks for Your Retirement Trips

It is part of the American dream to travel especially as retirement approaches. All throughout the working years, weeklong trips or weekend gateways were simply a taste. In retirement, 60% of folks make traveling a priority, but the high costs of it and health concerns hinder many retirees from

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The Importance of Stock Bubble Stages

In context, a financial bubble is observed disbelief when prices increase, and stocks become overvalued. A bubble can pertain to individual stocks, an entire sector, market, or asset class. When the bubble ‘bursts’ stocks or assets are sold off and prices rapidly decline. The burst leads to a crash.

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Does My Retirement Need an Emergency Fund?

Saving emergency funds is not something you are unfamiliar with. During the working years, everyone encourages six months of living expenses put aside. This advice does not stop in retirement. You may experience many of the same potential emergencies that require access to that savings. However, in addition, during

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A Retirement Strategy Offering Both Savings and Income

In economic uncertainty, finding answers that provide both savings and an income during retirement becomes challenging. While you try to recover from a downturn, so are companies. And history speaks for itself: employee retirement programs are usually the first cut. This was seen after the Great Recession when corporations

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