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Delivering on the promise of true wealth management
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It’s the inability to ignore market "noise" that, for many investors, leads to poor results. Larry Swedroe on some tools for avoiding the twin mistakes of recency and resulting, even when the market serves up an extended period of underperformance.

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Kids have become top targets for identity thieves. The BAM ALLIANCE's Jared Hoffman outlines the warning signs that a child’s identity has been compromised, and some cybersecurity measures you can take to keep it from happening to a young person you love.

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Given their long underperformance relative to U.S. stocks, some investors may be questioning whether it makes sense to own international equities. Jared Kizer looks at five reasons why you should remain committed to a globally diversified approach.

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Wealth Advisor Ken Rosenbaum looks at some essential financial tasks and other important to-do's you may have overlooked as the first day of a new academic year approaches and you get ready to send your child off to college.

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Current equity valuations may present some significant challenges for investors using historical return assumptions to plan their retirement. Larry Swedroe on what today's market indicates for forward-looking returns, and what you can do in response.

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New report, same old story. Larry Swedroe unpacks highlights from the most recent SPIVA scorecard that offer still more powerful evidence of active management's continued failure to persistently outperform.

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Choices you make when buying life insurance in your 20s or 30s can help prevent a scramble to find coverage before your term policy expires. Tim Maurer chats with Kiplinger's Kim Lankford about an approach younger families can take to avoid this issue.

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Choices you make when buying life insurance in your 20s or 30s can help prevent a scramble to find coverage before your term policy expires. Tim Maurer chats with Kiplinger's Kim Lankford about an approach younger families can take to avoid this issue.

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What does the sometimes bizarre behavior of TIPS imply for investors? Jared Kizer tackles one aspect of that question with a look at the clear empirical relationship between those fixed income securities and the credit risk premium.

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Women continue to fight unique financial and life headwinds in planning for a secure retirement. Larry Swedroe and Wealth Advisor Katie Keary explore the impact of 12 specific challenges that women face, and offer financially empowering solutions to them.
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