Most people are surprised to learn that I do not like roller coasters. Not at all. So much, that I’ve been known to bring a book along to a group trip to Frontier City or Six Flags. Even though my mind knows they’re safe, my stomach often disagrees, so I generally prefer to skip the lines and relax in the sunshine.
As this bizarre investment year comes to a close, disciplined equity investors are kicked back enjoying their well-deserved double-digit returns. This is quite the change from the investing environment of early 2016, when fears about China, US rate hikes, and steadily plummeting oil prices caused the S&P 500 to fall 9% in the first six weeks of trading.
Read the full article here: Older boomers face IRA withdrawals or a 50% tax
As we move into the fall, it's time to start thinking about Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from IRAs. A few things to keep in mind:
Last Thursday, residents of the UK, in a country wide referendum, voted 52% in favor of leaving the European Union, a so-called “Brexit”. This largely came as a surprise, as most polls were predicting a victory for the “stay” camp. Markets hate surprises, and as a result, we saw a global equity sell-off as investors headed for the sidelines. In the
On Monday June 24, at the height of Brexit fallout, some automated robo-advisors made the decision to halt all trading, citing that this action allowed them to "shield clients from poor trade execution and higher transaction costs." Selling into a downward volatile market is never in the best interest of clients, and at Radix we will never reco
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