Impatient Investors Get Caught in the “Return Gap” A fascinating article about behavioral tendencies in finance.

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Impatient Investors Get Caught in the ‘Return Gap’

By: Derek Horstmeyer for the Wall Street Journal

Investors on average lose 1 to 2 percentage points a year because of behavioral inefficiencies, writes this professor

Does The Average American Have a 401(k)? by Maurie Backman

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There’s a reason 401(k) plans are a popular choice for those looking to set aside money for the future. Not only are contributions traditionally tax-free, but because they’re deducted directly from earnings, the process of funding a 401(k) is as seamless as can be. That’s why it’s surprising to learn that the average American does not, […]

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