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Look beyond this moment and stay focused on your long-term objectives. Volatility will always be around on Wall Street, and as you invest for the long term, you must learn to tolerate it. Rocky moments, fortunately, are not the norm. Since the end of World War II, there have been dozens of Wall Street shocks. Wall Street has seen 56 …

If retirement feels less like a possibility and more like an oncoming certainty, then it is time to respond. This is the time to firmly decide whether you want to “age in place” in your current home or relocate. This is when you work on sustaining the friendships you have made in your career, while also figuring out how to …

A look at the early October selloff of U.S. government bonds Investors raised eyebrows in early October as long-dated Treasury yields soared. On Tuesday, October 2, the yield of the 10-year note was at 3.05%. The next day, it hit 3.15%. A day later, 3.19%. What was behind this quick rise, and this sprint from Treasuries toward riskier assets? You …

Wall Street maintained its optimism in September. While trade worries were top of mind for economists and investors overseas, bulls largely shrugged at the prospect of tariffs and the probability of another interest rate hike. The S&P 500 rose 0.43% for the month. On the whole, U.S. economic indicators were quite good, and some offered pleasant surprises. 1 DOMESTIC ECONOMIC …

Ocotber is Challanging Investors   Concerns about rising bond yields, stock market valuations, tariffs, and the possibility of the Federal Reserve normalizing monetary policy too quickly have unnerved Wall Street this past week, and those anxieties have pushed some investors to sell rather than hang on to quality shares. That reaction may be unwarranted.1,2   The recent volatility may seem …