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The secret mysteries of retirement investing and television

Posted by Phil Andrews on Oct 8, 2015 6:15:31 PM


Why is retirement investing like managing your TV provider? It’s not because it’s so hard to find something you like among a zillion options. Well, actually that’s true too. But what we want to talk about is that massive, detailed monthly bill.

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Topics: 401(k), fees, financial advice, investment fees, IRA, pricing, retirement planning, robo-advisor, All, Featured, Saving for Retirement

Investment is supposed to be boring

Posted by Donna Lehman on Jun 18, 2015 10:21:21 AM


It’s early summer, and chances are you’re looking forward to a vacation soon. There are two kinds you could take. The first involves packing everything you might need, figuring out where you’re going and what you want to do there, and hitting the road. If you’ve got the nerve, you could even wind up piloting a tiny rental car around a mysterious, frantic foreign city.

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Topics: financial planning, investment, robo-advisor, All, Saving for Retirement

What's a "robo-advisor," and why would I want one?

Posted by Phil Andrews on Jun 6, 2015 4:27:23 AM


If you’ve been looking to make your retirement money do more, you’ve probably seen the term “robo-advisor” a lot lately. Thinking machines, frankly, are not the first thing we turn to when we want advice. Traditionally they seem more interested in winning arguments, locking the pod bay doors, destroying humanity, and that sort of thing. Siri is better, but not by much. So why in the world would you want to trust your life savings to an algorithm?

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Topics: auto-advisor, financial planning, online advice, robo-advisor, robot, General Finance, Near or in Retirement, All, Featured, Saving for Retirement

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