Steve compares the average returns of an S&P 500 index fund against a generic asset-allocated portfolio over a 44-year period. You may be surprised by the results.
Building wealth—becoming a “have” person rather than a “have not” person—requires an understanding of how investments work.
Buy high, sell low, repeat until broke. Why is following the crowd a dangerous strategy for stock market investors?
Why does the highly regarded S&P 500 index fund end up being such a poor investment for most people?
For those of you who are first time investors, here are 6 key tips to keep you from getting burned by the market.
Here is the "secret sauce" Warren Buffett believes drives our prosperity.
Warren Buffet's famous rule about fear and greed is now backed by neuroscience research at Caltech.
While the Super Bowl is entertainment for us, it's serious business for the NFL. Here's how to think like the NFL when it comes to managing your finances.
These are the retirement mistakes you're probably making and how to fix them. After all, this is the rest of the life we're taking about.
When you bet the farm, sometimes you lose the farm. Even famous—and very rich—fund managers like Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman posted major losses in 2016.