The Cost of Market Timing

The Cost of Market Timing

In a previous article, I discussed the cost of waiting to invest for retirement. Once you made the decision to invest, it is important to decide on an investment strategy. Two common investment strategies are called “buy and hold” and “market timing”. A buy and...
How Often Should I Contribute to a Roth IRA?

How Often Should I Contribute to a Roth IRA?

The most popular investing question people ask me is how much they should invest. Assuming it makes sense for their financial situation, I usually encourage them to invest as much as they can. A common follow-up question they ask is what type of account they should...
Active vs. Passive Investing Part IV: Your Choices Matter

Active vs. Passive Investing Part IV: Your Choices Matter

In the first article of this series, I went over the differences between active and passive mutual funds. In the second part, I talked about how fees play a role in this debate and why it may not matter that much in the future. In the third part, I discussed the pros...
The Ultimate Guide to Tax Diversification

The Ultimate Guide to Tax Diversification

I am sure you have heard about the benefits of diversification when it comes to your investment portfolio. You know the expression, “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” Conventional wisdom recommends diversifying investment holdings across asset classes in order...

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