Now more than ever, investors need to decide whether they want to lock up their money in bets that could pay off richly–-or fail disastrously–-down the road.
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State regulators are considering rules to protect investors, but your own vigilance remains crucial.
As the cost of owning ETFs approaches zero, expense-free still doesn’t mean risk-free.
Investors on Main Street are nowhere near as naive as the ‘smart money’ has long contended.
Ideas include allowing your savings to follow you wherever you go or however you work.
Amid the Great Depression, the president warned about the ‘evil’ of companies that weren’t returning enough cash to investors.