Dividend stocks can be a key part of an income generating portfolio.
Investors are hoping strong seasonal factors, the slowing of inflation, and positive earnings growth will provide a boost to markets as we head into fall.
For more than 200 years, farmers and lots of other people have looked forward to and relied on the Almanac’s forecast.
Back in 1994, former financial advisor William Bengen devised the 4% rule as a spending strategy for retirees.
Don’t call it a comeback… at least not yet. After a rough first half of the year, July provided a breather for financial markets.
One of the most common general rules when it comes to building a solid investment portfolio is diversification.
You may have heard the terms growth stocks and value stocks before, but what is the difference? Is one really better than the other?
We are halfway through 2022, and just saw arguably one of the worst 6-month time periods ever for financial markets (when looking at both stocks and bonds combined).
Earlier this month, the Federal Reserve increased interest rates by 0.75%, marking the highest raise in rates since the 1990s.
The official U.S. celebration of Father’s Day will turn 50 this year.