In the second in my series on stock returns from 2000-2019, I look at international and emerging markets.
I looked back at the last 20 years of the US stocks and bonds market and made a few observations. This is the first in a series.
After years of market growth, we experienced a bear market. Is it time to reassess your risk tolerance and reorganize your financial plan to reflect that?
The stock market has been quite volatile in the last month. There has been considerable investor uncertainty associated with the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. Historical perspective The chart shows the performance of the S&P 500, adjusted for inflation using the US Consumer Price Index (CPI) since the beginning of 1926 (when the Standard Statistics Company[Learn more…]
As competition increases, ETF fees continue to drop. Rick Miller comments on how Sensible Financial® Planning client’s benefit from lower fees. Read the full story here.
This article first appeared on Forbes.com. Modern Portfolio Theory, the work of Markowitz, and Sharpe, and many, many others, is the foundation of how we think about finance and financial markets. Both Markowitz and Sharpe won the Nobel prize in Economics, and many of their intellectual descendants have done so as well. One of the[Learn more…]
Both RSAs and RSUs are employer plans designed to reward and retain employees by offering additional compensation in the form of company stock. This article will help you understand the key differences between the plans and learn about potential tax saving strategies.