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Should I Pay Off Student Loans or Invest in Stocks?
With as much as $1.5 trillion in total student loan debt outstanding, paying it down in full takes most people years after they ... returns if you invest in stocks that outperform their peers. However ... read more
Ask a Fool: What Do New Investors Need to Know About Dividend Stocks?
Q: I'm a new investor and want to start buying dividend stocks to ... and you should be able to find both on your broker's website. Finally, it's important to understand the concept of dividend ... read more
Ask a Fool: How Should I Invest My Child’s 529 Savings Plan?
A good rule of thumb is to approach 529 plan investing like you would your own 401(k), but with your child's college entrance date in place of your retirement ... should definitely be more cash- and ... read more
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Should I stop putting money in the stock market until after a correction? Ask a Fool
Should I stop putting new money into the stock ... invest from a long-term perspective. Even if you had invested in the S&P 500 at its 2007 peak before the financial crisis hit, you'd be sitting on a ... read more
Ask a Fool: How Can I Start Investing in 2018?
Q: One of my New Year's resolutions is to finally start investing in 2018. How should I get started? The first thing you should do is decide if you want to invest for retirement (in an ... that can ... read more
Ask a Fool: How Should I Invest in Stocks After Retirement?
Q: I'm about to retire. Is it a good idea to put all of my savings in investments with guaranteed income streams, like bonds? The short answer is no. Although you should definitely reduce your stock ... read more