When I first started investing years ago, I didn't really know what I was doing. I wanted to play around with stocks, but I didn't want to risk losing all my money. For that reason, I decided to place some of my money under management by financial professionals. I figured that the experts would know … Continue reading Your Financial Advisor May Be Losing You Money, Study Claims
I recently read an interesting study in The Journal of Finance titled "Who Wears the Pants? Gender Identity Norms and Intra-Household Financial Decision Making" by Da Ke. Ke examined microdata from the Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC) of the Current Population Survey (1988-2018), the 5% sample of the decennial census (1980-2000) pooled with the … Continue reading Ignorant Husbands Prevent Smart Wives From Owning Stocks, Study Claims
As a young married couple with a small child, my wife and I have talked a lot recently about when would be the right time for us to buy a house. We like the idea of building home equity rather than renting, especially at today's low mortgage rates, and we believe that owning a house … Continue reading What Is It Like To Be A First-Time Homebuyer In The U.S.?