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Fitbit: Why The Late 2017 Selloff?

Source: PCmag.com FIT ended the first trading day of 2017, January 3rd, at $7.94 per share and remained quite volatile throughout ... in learning more about tax loss harvesting, here is a link to an i... read more

ETFs and Tax-Loss Harvesting

Many financial advisors use low-cost, liquid exchange traded funds in tax-loss harvesting ... market. For example, an investor may be sitting on a loss this year on a financial stock, explained Michae... read more

Comparing Robo-Advisers for Retirees

Traditional financial-services firms such as Charles ... trading involves risks, including the risk of switching into a "second-best" ETF that doesn't provide the same market exposure or performance a... read more

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Cheap vs smart (it doesn’t matter, beta wins)

Wealthfront is a startup which has embraced passive investing at low cost, offering cheap automated services like portfolio rebalancing and tax-loss harvesting ... but Charles Schwab no longer makes m... read more


Inside Schwab’s ETF Price Cuts

And, as far as that goes, commissions at Schwab are about $9 a trade, compared with $7 at Vanguard for buying and selling securities that aren’t part of each company’s free ETF trading programs. That, ... read more

Prepare Now to Harvest Tax Losses

The Modern Wealth Index survey of investor behavior, conducted regularly by Charles Schwab ... taxable income by up to $3,000 a year. Losses beyond that can be carried forward to offset future capital ... read more

Get financial advice without paying the high fees

(At FutureAdvisor, you may also incur some trading fees.) In addition to creating your portfolio, such firms can automatically rebalance your holdings and, in the case of taxable accounts, do "tax los... read more

Broomall firm testing robo-adviser for launch

The term robo-adviser is simply slang for low-cost, Internet-only money managers that automate investing with few or no humans involved and offer extras such as tax-loss harvesting ... Charles Schwab, ... read more

Keep ETFs Weird

How many people, outside of sophisticated traders, would know how to set up a continuous screen for the least-volatile stocks in the market and then turn that ... often include portfolio rebalancing, ... read more

4 questions to consider before investing with a robo adviser

Does a wild market swoon make you dial up ... trading or portfolio rebalancing fees. The New York-based company, which caters to younger investors and invests in ETFs, instead expects to make money of... read more

Nota Bene: Caldbeck Vs. Robos

with things like tax-loss harvesting, but the big picture is a set-it-and-forget-it one. So, can they offer something which, at heart, cannot be reproduced? Of course they can't. But they are doing so... read more



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