Why do so many people play the lottery? It’s called availability bias and it can affect financial and other kinds of decision-making.
In my fifth in a series of articles delving into investing in the first two decades of this century, I explore the growth of savings.
In the sixth in my series on investing from 2000-2019, I look into how well a retirement portfolio would have held up if you withdrew from it.
In the fourth in my series of articles on investing from 2000-2019, I take a look at hedged international bonds and compare them to US bonds.
This is the first in a series of articles on behavioral finance, which seeks to explain the reasons why investors make the moves they do.
In his third in a series of articles on investing in the first two decades of the 21st century, Rick Miller looks at factor investing.
Why are Ponzi schemes so popular, both with fraudsters and with investors, and how can you avoid becoming a victim?