A lot of headline news has been made so far in 2017. While it might be entertaining, or interesting, to watch on a daily basis, there are a few large scale questions that should always be in the front of your mind. Am I still on track to reach my goals? (If you don’t have goals, I suggest figuring out what they are) Am I saving enough money? Will I be able to comfortably retire when the time comes? All of these questions are vastly more important than the day-to-day numbers of the S&P 500 index during the first quarter of 2017.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘These ETFs Offer Better Risk/Reward Trade Off’ – Gary Stringer – ETF.com
‘All About Factors And Smart Beta’ – Corey Hoffstein – Newfound Research
‘Why You Shouldn’t Stick With Your 401(k) Plan’s Default Settings’ – Emily Brandon – U.S. News
‘Wells Fargo To Pay $110 Million To Settle Class Action Suit’ – Maggie McGrath – Forbes
‘These Data Geeks Are Taking Over Wall Street’ – Matt Turner – Business Insider