Comfort with savings correlates with happiness, yet more than a quarter of respondents in Europe, the USA and Australia indicate...
Pensions, real estate, the share market...
was the average age of retirement for US-based pensioners. Twenty-two percent said they retired earlier than than they wanted
Dan Gilbert on the art of making money choices
Living on borrowed time when interest rates rise
percent of US senior citizens regret not saving enough for retirement
billion dollars were on offer in a leveraged buyout of United Airlines on a Friday the 13th in 1989. The deal fell through - causing the Black Friday mini-stockmarket crash
million dollars are on offer for new ways to use up carbon emissions
How should I invest now I’ve retired?
percent of income is the value of a Dutch or Turkish pension
How do inflation-protected bonds work?
Castles in the air – defensive “moats” and capital asset pricing
Why you should name your pension (and seven more tips to retire on)
You can avoid putting your money in companies that behave badly and invest in line with your values instead
How to steer a straighter course when investing
Rethink investing chances for your golden years
Why you don’t have a pension (and what to do about it)
Going up or just coming down? Beware of shares and price patterns
Hiring practices can limit earnings – but here’s one way firms can beat bias
What is the control premium?
Investing in what you know – the pros and cons
Do you feel you know enough about economics?
percent of the difference for those who are better off when they retire is due to financial literacy
When to buy the haystack – investing tips from John C Bogle
Relatively risky or safe as houses? Juggle investments wisely
“When downpours occur, rush outdoors carrying washtubs” – and other Buffett investor gems
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