Countering negative emotions tied to money and defining a strong set of goals is key in helping investors stay on track to meet their financial targets

People tend to forget that retirement is part of life, and more than just a postcard picture of a drink sporting a tiny umbrella. Retirement planning really means life planning.

The silversword is a rare plant found only in Maui’s remote Haleakalā National Park. It thrives in the harsh volcanic soils where no other significant vegetation can.

Many people approach retirement by considering savings, stocks, 401(k) plans, and other financial tools. They often, however, forget to throw a crucial element into that asset mix: their health.

When it comes to money matters, we exhibit a variety of learned tendencies that we all play out every day. For instance, one person may avoid dealing with a difficult financial situation

Financial advisors constantly grapple with new laws and regulatory changes. And for prospective investors searching for a good advisor, the best question to ask is: How do you keep up?

The proliferation of new investing technologies – the so-called “robo-advisors” – continues to attract venture capital funding and investors hoping to set and forget their finances.

Many people approach retirement with uncertainty. Some fear their savings will run out too soon, others worry their retirement plan will fall apart during an unexpected market downturn.

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