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Although the runway between now and the next recession remains fairly long, there are some factors signaling that we may need to start the countdown clock fairly soon.
Keeping an eye on these market indicators may help investors gauge whether the Federal Reserve is near the end of the cycle or likely to overshoot.
The end of the year is a great time to review your portfolio—and your overall approach to saving and investing. Consider these six tax-smart steps now.
Liz Ann Sonders discusses why diversification and rebalancing are so important, particularly at this point in the economic cycle.
Recent reports on the housing market could be sending signals on the state of the broader economy. Here’s why it’s worth watching the data.
Having an advance healthcare directive on file with your doctor and hospital is a wise move no matter your age.
We believe there are three positives, three negatives and three wildcards for stock market performance in the fourth quarter. We expect the balance of these factors to result in further gains for global stocks.
Many investors assume they know their own tolerance for risk and whether it changes—but for a true understanding, you also need to factor in risk capacity.
The Federal Reserve just raised interest rates again. How might your investments be affected?
Open Enrollment is the time to make sure you're not missing out on important benefits. Don't ignore it!

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