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CONTENT WITH Behavioral Finance
Can adverse emotional reactions be reframed to diminish their negative consequences?
With unemployment at its highest level in generations and whole sectors struggling, is the stock market really correlated to the economy?
If you’ve left a job recently, what are your options for your old 401(k)?
Ready to panic? Don't. In times of turmoil, sticking with your plan and staying invested is the best strategy.

The recently passed CARES Act makes it easier for people to access money that’s locked away in their retirement accounts.

If you are considering two bonds, should you buy the one with the higher yield?
Conventional wisdom is that you should just buckle down and do what’s in your long-term best interest, right? It’s a lot easier if you make it appealing in the short term, too.
Whether you’re new to investing or have an established portfolio, how would you invest an extra $1,000? Here are some strategies to help you decide.
Suppose you just won a hotly contested auction. How likely is it that you got a good deal?
Making a decision in isolation—versus in a comparison—relies on different processes and tends to produce different results.
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