Should I Question Warren Buffett’s Market Valuation Tool?
With all due respect to the Oracle of Omaha, his stock market tool has some glaring flaws. But is there a better tool?
Real Estate ETFs Outperform Even After 7 Straight Years of Gains
This outperforming asset class is sensitive to rising interest rates but offers investors a lot more yield than Treasuries.
30 Colleges for Best ROI: 2016
When choosing a college, recouping the high cost in the form of higher salaries is one factor worth considering.
Timber Investing: ‘Green Before Green Was Cool’
This long-term, environmentally sustainable investment is forecast to outperform stocks and bonds in GMO's latest seven-year outlook.
The Top 10 ‘Boomtowns’ in America
Realtor.com chose these neighborhoods based on their growth in households, jobs and housing starts.
A Nontraded REIT Product for the Post-DOL Fiduciary Era
New regulations make nontraded REITs less appealing. But CapitalFund Realty has a new way to invest in them without upfront fees.
Owning a Home Has Fewer Tax Benefits Than You Think
Borrowing costs close to record lows have reduced what homeowners are able to deduct when filing their income taxes.
IRS Needs More Money and Staff to Thwart Hackers: Commissioner
A hearing at the Senate Finance Committee exposes problems with IRS cybersecurity operations but bipartisan support for solutions.
Wade Pfau: Retirees Should Consider Reverse Mortgages
Using reverse mortgages strategically can help improve clients’ retirement sustainability and build a larger legacy to leave their heirs, the American College professor says.
Bill Gross Warns Central Banks: You’re Running Out of Time
Gross lambastes the negative interest rates of many central banks: "Investors cannot make money when money yields nothing."