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We can be our own worst enemy when emotional and behavioral factors drive our investing decisions. So how do we get past them and make sound choices?
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Sharp, countertrend rallies may continue this year, but aggressive Fed policy, the turning of the liquidity tide, and slower economic growth will likely keep pressure on stocks.
Schwab strategists share three ways to help improve the financial standing of your recent grad.
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How can you save and invest for a child with special needs without losing public benefits? Consider a 529 ABLE account.
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Despite pricing and social pressures, you can still have a memorable and beautiful wedding without breaking the bank.
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Stocks, bonds, and cash are all in a bear market or teetering on the edge of one—a very rare event. Over the past 72 years, there have only been two prior periods with a triple bear.
How can we make important decisions when time is scarce and the stakes are high?
U.S. financial markets are rocky, but that’s not true for all markets across the globe. Why the discrepancy, and where are potential opportunities?
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You don’t have to file for Social Security the moment you retire. In fact, most people will benefit by waiting.
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Bearish sentiment is becoming a contrarian support; but for now, aggressive Fed action, tightening financial conditions, and the liquidity drain may keep downward pressure on stocks.

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