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My 27 Stock Portfolio

71% equity, 29% cash and fixed income.<p>27 stocks and 1 short. Top holdings include Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Novo Nordisk, Johnson & Johnson, …

Investing

Before You Buy That Stock, Make Sure It Passes These Simple Tests

When you’re buying individual stocks instead of investing in mutual funds or ETFs, you’re going up against some stiff competition: Professional …

Investing

7 Things Every Retirement Investor Should Own

Get cozy with your retirement nest egg in these ETFs.<p>Exchange-traded funds and retirement go hand in hand. Unfortunately, most investors in defined …

Investing

A simple way to get exposure to dividend stocks

Feasting on figgy pudding like Mr. Fezziwig is a highlight of the Christmas season. But the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge taught us that you need more …

Investing

3 High-Yield ETFs That Could Power Your Portfolio to the Next Level

Exchange-traded funds offer investors a wide range of alternatives to choose from, and those seeking high levels of income from their investments can choose a high-yield ETF that fits the bill. However, high-yield ETFs come in several different flavors, and what works for you might not work as well …

Investing

This Dividend Play Could Get You 585% Upside

A few months back, I ranked my five favorite dividend ETFs – and shared my top pick to buy and hold forever. Since then, three new ETFs have launched that address the main problem I had with the strategies I reviewed the first time around.<p>The result? A 585% return over a 15-year period!<p>I’ll share …

Investing

57 small things you can do every day to be happier and more successful

1. Assume people have good intentions.<p>Since you can't read minds, you don't really know the "why" behind the "what" that people do. Imputing evil motives to other people's weird behaviors adds extra misery to life, while assuming good intentions leaves you open to reconciliation.<p>2. Avoid using …

Self-help