Jeff Reeves has the braveness to place himself on the road by making particular stock choices, share them with readers after which report on the outcomes, whether or not good, dangerous or ugly. Here are two stocks he expects to perform well in 2020, together with many different financial-market predictions. And right here’s his entertaining take a look at his bad calls for 2019 and a few that turned out higher.
Many readers weighed in with their very own dangerous funding selections this yr; do you could have one to share?
You can also be inquisitive about seeing how Wall Street analysts’ favorite stock picks for 2019 performed and which dogs of 2019 they expect to come roaring back.
Your metropolis might be broke — right here’s why
Charles Marohn calls native governments’ efforts to foster improvement a “Ponzi scheme.”
Big modifications to retirement saving guidelines
President Trump is predicted to signal the SECURE Act into regulation — and that may convey many modifications on your retirement funds. It will permit annuities inside 401(okay) plans, which some see as a boon for insurers, and lift the age at which it’s essential to begin taking cash out of your 401(okay) or IRA.
Getting away from the chilly and the expense
Catey Hill helps a reader who has $10,000 a month in retirement revenue and is trying to spend it in a place with warm weather, lower expenses and lots of cultural and outdoor offerings. What’s your suggestion?
How to maneuver on from previous funding errors
Chris Mamula shares a detailed “universal process” you possibly can comply with to wash up collected dangerous investments.
A financial savings dilemma
A 27-year-old is placing 17% of his revenue into his 401(okay) however now needs to save for a down payment on a residence. What ought to he do?
A year-end alternative for buyers
At the top of a superb yr for the U.S. stock market
Michael Brush identifies 10 stocks to buy as their prices tumble from year-end tax-loss selling.
A primary-quarter melt-up?
Hundreds of readers left feedback concerning the risk of a first-quarter “melt-up” for shares, which is usually a signal that a bull market is coming to an finish. Join the conversation.