BEHAVIORAL FINANCE

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Holiday Break Will Be Anything But For Guilt-Ridden U.S. Workers

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Last year, more than half of survey respondents were contacted by a manager during the holidays, even though they were on vacation.

Americans Cut Back On Spending With Inflation Hitting Holidays

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More than one-third of respondents in a Bloomberg News poll said they will skip gift-giving altogether this year.

The $115 Billion Thematic ETF Boom Lives On Even As Losses Mount

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Thematic ETFs have turned what were once passive investing instruments into highly speculative, concentrated products.

Retail Investors Clash With Pros Over Best Stock Trade Before The Fed Rate Decision

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Nearly 40% of retail investors want to own U.S. stocks, and the same proportion of professionals wants to short them.

Young Adults Living With Parents Fuel Luxury Boom, Morgan Stanley Says

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U.S. Census data shows nearly half of all young adults ages 18 to 29 are living with their parents.

We'll All Pay For Uncle Sam's Cheap Debt Fantasies

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The U.S. government made the wrong bet on interest rates.

Bonds Rallying Back From Brutal Year Show Power Of Higher Rates

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Treasury yields may still rise, yet bonds are becoming more attractive, managers say.

How To Handle Hyper-Political Clients

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Michael Kitces and Carl Richards offer tips for dealing with those clients who won't de-escalate.

Prospering Profession Faces Talent Shortage

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Advisors at Schwab Impact realized they are living in a new world.

Learning Clients' Biographies

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Your clients have a story. Find out what it is before you start building a financial picture for them.

How Assumptions Change Our Investments

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The assumptions we make about how money is invested can dramatically alter our view of historical performance.

The Playbook Advisors Can Turn To In A Down Market

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Tax-loss harvesting, investment upgrades and active management improve client outcomes, an Altruist advisor says.

Prudential Launches 'Now What?' Campaign

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The media campaign asks clients to incorporate the positive in their plans.

Working Moms' Winter Math Is Getting Tougher

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Mothers are perceived to be less competent simply because they are mothers, a bias that affects both hiring and pay.

Loans And Hardship Withdrawals From 401(k)s Are Rising

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For now, the overall percentage of savers withdrawing money for sudden hardships remains low, rising to 1.3%.

Welcome To ‘Swiftonomics': What Taylor Swift Reveals About The US Economy

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Even as recession looms, many consumers are willing to splurge on what they missed at the height of the pandemic.

Crypto Investors Face ‘I Told You So' Moment At Thanksgiving

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The crypto world is facing an existential crisis, with FTX's sudden collapse sending shockwaves through other companies.

Want To Know Where Crypto Is Headed? Remember 2008

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All financial manias have some features in common: Failures erode trust and participants flee until the whole system breaks down.

Former AQR Quant Says Wall Street Isn't Doing Portfolio Diversity Right

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The ideal size for a stock portfolio may be 250 or more positions, according to recent research.

After FTX, Crypto Exchanges Struggle To Convince Customers They're Safe

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After a series of highly public collapses in exchanges and lending programs, crypto suffers from a crisis of confidence.

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