2020 was easy for investors, but the rules have already changed in the new year. You'll need a new strategy to keep making money in 2021. Here's what Jared is doing.
2021 could surprise in the opposite way that 2020 did and turn out to be a boring year. But don't expect to return to pre-pandemic times.
What if your cat gets sick, your car breaks down, you tear your ACL, or a tree falls on your roof? There's only one person you can count on to bail you out—and that's you.
The best way to start investing is with mutual funds. Many people buy ETFs to avoid loads (fees). But when it's your nest egg, this is one time when you should pay for something rather than get it for free.
What are your financial goals? If they include a Porsche, Rolex, or even a trip to the Maldives—something stupid but awesome—here's how you can take the pain out of that purchase.