The bitcoin bubble has surpassed all others, affluent investors are more confident in the economy than their retirements and Raymond James gains two teams.
Its vastness was on display in 2017.
The challenge is to simplify the complicated assumptions.
The founder of Vanguard Group thinks a conservative portfolio of bonds will only return about 3 percent a year over the next decade, and stocks won’t do much better.
Even before tax reform is complete, Congressional Republicans have started talking about cutting Social Security and Medicare.
The IRS needs to offer official guidance.
But only about half of U.S. households are invested in 401(k)s and IRAs.
Sixty-nine percent of older investors remain heavily exposed to equities, according to a national study by Global Atlantic Financial Group.