One of the biggest — and most common — costs to investors is sheer procrastination.
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You want your financial advisor to be a fiduciary. For some, however, it may be more a marketing strategy than a way of life.
An interview about investing (and more) with an Indian website.
As people age, they become more prone to being taken advantage of by older financial advisors.
Inertia? Impulsivity? New smartphone apps can turn such vices into virtues.