Rising Rates Make Cash More Interesting

With extremely low interest rates, investors were told for a long time to hold as little cash in money market accounts as possible. But as short-term interest rates rise, investors have more options to earn income. Randy Rae describes four cash options. more >
Is the current mild market the new normal?

Is the Current Mild Market the New Normal?

Last year was record-breaking for its low volatility, helping investors to see strong returns. While the economic expansion could continue, find out why a market correction is likely at some point, which requires careful risk management. more >
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Making Sense of Bonds and Rising Rates

As the Fed plans to push up interest rates, are you wondering if you should sell your bonds for stocks? Learn why rising rates are not necessarily a bad thing for a diversified, long-term investment portfolio. more >
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Finding Inspiration From Value Stocks

While it may feel more comfortable to chase performance, taking a rigorous, systematic approach to your investment portfolio will steer you toward fundamental value and away from speculative excess. more >