We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. Whether you reached your personal goals in 2018, faced challenges, or are looking for a 2019 reboot, let’s take a moment to hit on the key themes from the past year.
Before we get started, we want to revisit a comment we included in another article as we left 2017 and began 2018.
So, are you ready to get a jump on 2019? Last year, we shared a list of 10 financial best practices for the year ahead. We thought we’d make it an annual tradition. Here are six more financial best practices for the year ahead. Pick a few of them or take on the entire list. Either way, you’ll be that much further ahead by the time 2020 rolls around.
by Louis Alleva
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Sometimes the best, most rigorously developed financial advice is so obvious, it’s become cliché. Yet, investors often end up abandoning this same advice when market turbulence is on the rise. Why the disconnect? Let’s take a look at five of the most familiar financial adages, and why they’re often much easier said than done.