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Why investors should focus on their financial plans in the run-up to the 2020 election.
What does a “correction” mean, what’s likely to happen next and what can investors do now?
Since the early-September all-time market high, a rotation from the prior leaders to more classically-cyclical sectors has been underway; but macro support is not fully evident.
Investors are facing powerful headwinds—from the pandemic to election concerns to social unrest. So how do we calm our anxieties, stay focused, and make sound decisions for our portfolios and finances?
Fed maintained rates at near-zero, while also updating its summary of economic projections; now expecting a shallower economic contraction, but a slower recovery thereafter.
A reverse mortgage could help you "age in place," but it's essential to weigh the benefits, costs and risks.
The risk of a “no deal” Brexit and the potential economic harm that accompanies it increased last week.
Heading into the fourth quarter, there are both encouraging signs and cause for caution.
Using a checklist—it’s such a simple idea, but it’s one of the best ways to bring order to complexity and achieve results.
Although certain high-frequency data haven’t improved markedly, the threat of the virus has started to recede.

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