Fat Lady Hasn’t Sung Yet: OWS Shows Fight Is Far from Over: Explosive Actions on 2 Month Anniversary of Movement http://t.co/2shLcCXk

November 18, 2011

Fat Lady Hasn’t Sung Yet: OWS Shows Fight Is Far from Over: Explosive Actions on 2 Month Anniversary of Movement http://t.co/2shLcCXk

Thousands Occupy Wall Street: http://t.co/zpOQI47f via @AddThis

November 17, 2011

Thousands Occupy Wall Street: http://t.co/zpOQI47f via @AddThis

Real Estate: Why home prices won’t bottom out

November 16, 2011

By John Wasik

(Reuters) – Watching the U.S. home market struggle to rebound is like listening to children in the back of a car. No, we’re not there yet.

More precious than gold? Farmland has glowing appeal

November 15, 2011

Nov 15 (Reuters) – Where there’s muck, there’s money, the
old expression goes.

Four international ETFs to escape financial chaos

November 11, 2011

Nov 11 (Reuters) – The financial troubles of Europe and the
U.S. have become fiscal soap operas on a grand scale. If you’re
an individual investor, where can you escape the endlessly
singing fat lady?

How to identify overpriced target date funds

November 8, 2011

Nov 8 (Reuters) – Not all target date funds are created
equal.

While these prepackaged, risk-reducing portfolios make a
lot of sense for retirement saving, you don’t know if the funds
within them are good choices unless you open them up and peel
them apart.

5 reasons to defy the bears and buy stocks now

November 4, 2011

Nov 4 (Reuters) – Buying stocks shouldn’t make sense
now.

Yet despite all of the growling in Europe, there are still
reasons why you should invest in U.S. stocks.

Zap zombie funds within your portfolio

November 1, 2011

zombie index fundsDo you have zombie index funds within your portfolio?

Instead of eating up your brains, they devour your nest egg with high expenses and walking dead performance. They may be lurking within your 401(k)-type plan or individual retirement account.

5 ways income inequality happened, and will continue

October 28, 2011

By John Wasik

(Reuters) – As if on cue for an Occupy Wall Street commercial, the latest Congressional Budget Office report highlighted the large crevasse between the upper 1 percent of U.S. households and the rest of us.

Meditations on money mania: Why we gorge on the financial buffet

October 24, 2011

Are you a money maniac? While finishing up Michael Lewis’s “Boomerang,” his latest book on the financial meltdown, I was intrigued by a few of his observations on a cultural and psychological malady.