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  • 5 Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Financial Resolutions

    Financial changes top New Year’s resolution lists every year. Whether your resolve involves saving more, spending less or digging out of debt, here are five mistakes that will keep you from keeping your financial resolutions, and how you can avoid these common pitfalls. 1. Not “Paying Yourself First” All your good intentions to save more […]

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  • Your 2016 Financial To-Do List: Month by Month

    Christine Benz, Morningstar2 PRINT As the new year dawns, many investors start out with the best of intentions. They plan to scrupulously document their spending, stick to a budget, pay down debt, and kick up their investment contributions. They aim to overhaul their portfolios so they’re in line with their asset-allocation targets and to ensure […]

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  • 3 Reasons to Ignore Market Volatility (VIX)

    Investopedia2 PRINT World markets have seen a spike in volatility over the past few weeks as stock prices have gyrated wildly. Sparked by uncertainty over the Chinese economy, European monetary policy, and the possibility of a U.S. interest rate hike, investors have begun to show signs of panic. General stock market volatility in the United […]

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