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T. Rowe Price: Staying the Course Pays Off

Investors who remain invested tend to fare far better in the years after a market downturn than those who sell and then try to jump back into stocks.

Gen Xers Win Title of 'Most Worried’ About Retirement

Generation Xers were slammed by the financial crisis and are now worried about the stability of their jobs.

Here’s How to Keep Your Spending in Check This Holiday Season

The consumer may be strengthening, but that doesn’t mean budgeting should be pushed to the back burner.

Millennials Are the Most Financially Confident Generation

The doom-and-gloom narrative that characterizes most analyzes of Gen Y is quite a contrast to the findings of BlackRock's 2015 Annual Global Investor Survey.

This Retirement Savings Mistake Could Cost You $100,000

Delaying your retirement savings will cost you dearly.

Don’t Let Hidden Fees Sink Your Retirement Account Says Tony Robbins

Hidden fees are a major problem for retirement savers. Unfortunately, the move toward increased disclosure has not solved it, said Tony Robbins, author of Money: Master the Game.

U.S. Savers More Confident About Retirement Says State Street Global

Americans tend to be more confident about their ability to retire because they are forced to take control of their financial destinies more than in comparable countries.

Here's Why You Should Read Your Brokerage Statements in Down Markets

Brokers who tell clients to ignore their brokerage statements during times of market volatility are giving dangerous advice, according to Susan Antilla, Founding Fellow at TheStreet.

Invest Like a Lady: 3 Ways Women Can Get More Out of Their Retirement Portfolios

Women face unique challenges when it comes to retirement readiness, and 60% fear they will outlive their savings.

3 Retail Stocks Could Be Good Buys Post Stock Market Crash

What goes down usually goes back up, at least when it comes to stocks following a market crash like the one currently being seen.