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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Anne Kates Smith brings Wall Street to Main Street, covering investments and personal finance for real people trying to navigate fast-changing markets, preserve financial security or plan for the future. She edits the magazine's forward-looking "Ahead" section and writes the "Your Mind and Your Money" column. Smith began her career as a writer and columnist for USA Today. Prior to joining Kiplinger's, she was a senior editor at U.S. News & World Report and a contributing columnist for TheStreet. Smith is a graduate of St. John's College in Annapolis, Md.
After a long stretch of calm and a relentless rally, the stock market appears to be taking a breather. No one should be surprised -- unless you’re surprised it took so long for this bull market to take ...
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U.S. stocks posted stellar results, but foreign stocks did even better.
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Some behavioral biases seem tailor-made to foil retirement savers. But their ill effects are smaller for those who are aware of them.
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As the bull climbs on and optimism rises, this market is getting closer to its peak.
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Be sure to invest safely.
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Stocks of large companies with faster-than-average earnings growth are the best bets for 2018, says J.P. Morgan's Samantha Azzarello.
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Time to check your allocations. The bull run in the U.S. means the better valuations are abroad.
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The best defense against a bubble is a well-diversified portfolio. That helps ensure that losses in one sector or asset class won’t sink you overall.
There are few things scarier to an investor than bear markets. But they are a fact of life when it comes to both stocks and physics—what goes up must come down. The good news is that the long-term t...
After a long stretch of calm and a relentless rally, the stock market could be headed for trouble. Stock market corrections, typically defined as a loss between 10% and 20% from the peak, occur about every ...
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When imagining your financial life, clarity counts. A vague desire for peace of mind might become “I want to have at least $1 million.”
There’s a saying on Wall Street: Don’t confuse brains with a bull market. It means that when most stocks are gaining day after day, it’s easy to look smart. Stocks have been in a bull market sin...
Forget parallels to Watergate. The economy is in much better shape today.
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No one knows for sure, of course, but mark your calendar for the summer of 2018.
Corporate America is firing on all cylinders, but share prices are high and so are risks.
We talk with Sebastien Page about what investors can expect from stocks for the rest of 2017.