Investing

Are you an ambidextrous investor?

If you’ve heard of Pat Venditte—a minor league pitcher in the Yankees organization—you may know he has an extra tool in his arsenal. It’s not another pitch, but another arm.

He’s ambidextrous and changes his pitching arm depending on the … Read more

Economy & markets

How history might see the stimulus

A Word of Clarification
My blog post below has struck a chord with some of you. As a Vanguard blogger, I am charged with sharing my personal and professional perspectives on issues facing investors. The post, prompted by a discussion Read more

Investing

Emerging markets: Innocents abroad?

Mark Twain lost a couple of fortunes through bad investments, which probably explains the pungency of his comments about investing.

Such as: “There are two times in a man’s life when he should not speculate: when he can’t afford it … Read more

Personal finance

The Sandwich Generation

Coming back from lunch in our cafeteria (in keeping with Vanguard’s nautical theme, we call it the Galley), I ran into a co-worker (crew member) I’ve known since I joined Vanguard 14 years ago.

After exchanging quick updates on work … Read more

Retirement

Annuities for retirement income?

Vanguard is not an insurance company, but that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate the potential value that some see in having a guaranteed income in retirement.
In fact, you may have heard that Vanguard recently introduced Vanguard Annuity Access™, … Read more

Personal finance

Savings vs. stimulus

The current economic recovery is weak, but that’s hardly news. There are many explanations for this meager improvement, but perhaps one of the most telling is a large jump in personal savings in the United States.… Read more

Investing

Musings of a cockeyed optimist

I can’t sing a lick, but a tune from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific came to mind as I was thinking about the pervasive pessimism in so much economic and market commentary.… Read more

Economy & markets

More on the fiscal outlook

My recent post on the government’s fiscal outlook generated several thoughtful comments.

Two readers mentioned Paul Krugman’s op-ed on Social Security in The New York Times. It is true, as Krugman points out, that Social Security is only a … Read more

Personal finance

Do you have the college mindset?

Beloit College has once again issued its annual “Mindset List,” this time for the class of 2014.

While much of the press uses this list as a way to emphasize new college students’ youth and inexperience, Beloit describes … Read more

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