When it comes to volatility and finding a desired risk level within your portfolio, here is a handy acronym we at Howard Bailey even use with the families we meet with: C.A.N. you take the risk? (C-Capacity, A-Attitude and N-Need).
Prices on everything from gas to groceries are on the rise, so if you’re feeling unsettled about how this could impact Wall Street as well, take a moment to view the data.
You’ve probably heard it before, but it holds steadfast and true: Boring is often better when it comes to investing.
The goal of a secure retirement plan is to prevent you from staying awake at night worrying about the next financial crisis, but in the event you have an investment nightmare, what would it be?
Here’s a unique way to view your investment options, and it’s a strategy Warren Buffett and his right-hand man, Charlie Munger, utilize as well.