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  36. Top Stock Gainers Today | Yahoo Finance
  37. Is a 10% Return Good or Bad?
  38. Fidelity Investments Review: Pros, Cons and Comparisons
  39. Soaring Number of Americans Are Now 401(k) Millionaires
  40. The National Study of Millionaires | Ramsey
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  51. Should You Sell Bonds If the Fed Raises Rates?
  52. Despite the Fed's Big Rate Hike, Most Banks Won't Pay Much in Interest
  53. A Closer Look at the Past Performance Disclaimer
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  55. The Theory of Life-Cycle Saving and Investing
  56. Should You Invest During COVID-19?
  57. Don't Touch Your Stocks During the Coronavirus Crisis
  58. The Birth of Stock Exchanges
  59. Registered Investment Advisor - Meaning & Regulations by SEBI
  60. TD Bank to Pay $1.2B to Settle Allen Stanford Ponzi Scheme Lawsuit
  61. Inside the Bizarre Legal Case of Allen Stanford
  62. Judges Tosses $20 Billion Suits Against JPMorgan, UBS
  63. Billion-Dollar Investment Fraud.
  64. Coronavirus and the Market Plunge
  65. Coronavirus and Investing
  66. Coronavirus Crash Puts Portfolios to the Test
  67. Coronavirus: Investing When Interest Rates Plunge | USA Today
  68. Coronavirus Market Meltdown: How to Invest Your Cash
  69. Saving and Investing: A Roadmap to Your Financial Security Through Saving and Investing
  70. Portfolio Benchmarking: Best Practices for Private Investments
  71. Best and Worst Investments Options
  72. Best Interest Disclosure | Charles Schwab
  73. Best Investment Firms.
  74. Best Investments for Short-Term and Long-Term Goals
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  76. Best Practices for Making Socially Responsible Investments in Senior Living
  77. Best Practices for Creating a Top-Notch Investment Presentation
  78. Best Practices for Evaluating Your Investment Advisor
  79. The Best Investing Blogs
  80. The Best Investment Advice of All Time.
  81. The Best and Worst Investing Advice
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  83. The Best and Worst Sectors for Rising Interest Rates
  84. The Most Profitable Investing Trends Right Now
  85. The Most Powerful Trader on Wall Street You've Never Heard of.
  86. Paying Your Investment Advisor: Fees vs. Commissions
  87. The Investment Fees You Don't Realize You're Paying
  88. The Investment Fees to Ask About Before You Invest
  89. Are You Paying Too Much in Investment Fees?
  90. The Heavy Toll of Investment Fees | Forbes
  91. Low Investment Fees and Costs Mean You Keep More for You | Vanguard
  92. Understanding Investment Fees | Charles Schwab
  93. Will the Dollar Foil the Fed's Rate-hike Plans?
  94. Independent Financial Advisor Fee Comparison
  95. Pension Funds Investing in Real Estate
  96. Is Wall Street Pay Too High?
  97. In Estate Planning, Family Isn’t Always First.
  98. Taxes on Investments: Investment Taxes Basics
  99. Taxation of Income from Business and Investment
  100. Taxation of Investment Income and Capital
  101. Taxation of Investment Income in a Corporation
  102. A Portfolio Less Taxing: Understanding the Taxation of Investment Income
  103. Your Payments While You Are Outside the United States
  104. The Art Market vs. NASDAQ 100.
  105. Fastest-Growing Companies.
  106. Largest Hedge Fund Managers
  107. Largest Fund Companies.
  108. Largest Institutional Investors.
  109. The World's Largest Public Companies.
  110. The World's Top Asset Management Firms.
  111. The World's Top Investments Companies by Market Value.
  112. The World's Largest Fund Managers.
  113. The World's Official Minimum Wage Rates.
  114. The World Markets.
  115. Global Investment Managers.
  116. Global Stocks Sink Into Bear Market.
  117. Top Investment Banks List.
  118. Money Master the Game.
  119. Cash In on After-Hours and Premarket Trading
  120. The Behavior of Individual Investors.
  121. Dow Is Now Down 1,451 Points This Year.
  122. It Can Be Hard to Recover from “Recovery” Scams.
  123. Price-Earnings Ratio - P/E Ratio.
  124. Is Your Financial Adviser Making Money off Your Bad Investments?
  125. Common Investment Scams.
  126. Don't Be a Victim of Investing Scams.
  127. Red Flag When Paying Your Financial Advisor.
  128. States with the Best & Worst Taxpayer Return on Investment (ROI)
  129. Is Life Insurance a Good Investment?.
  130. Required Minimum Distributions—Common Questions About IRA Accounts.
  131. Blame the Dollar Not China.
  132. China Devaluation Is Good News.
  133. Reinvesting in Your Business Can Lead to Huge Growth.
  134. The Lowdown on Buying and Selling Silver.
  135. Online Investment Scams Tutorial.
  136. CNN Started 2014 with $1,000 each in Investments in 30 companies. Here's How the Portfolio Is Doing.
  137. Tools of the Fraud Trade: Phones and Emotions.
  138. Messaging Apps Are Latest Platform for Delivering Pump-And-Dump Scams.
  139. A Review of the Latest Portfolio Analysis Tool.
  140. SAC Capital Pays a Record $1.2 Billion in Penalties.
  141. SAC Capital to Pay $616 Million in Insider Trading Cases.
  142. Overseas Finances Can Trip up Americans Abroad.
  143. An Understanding of
  144. Bonds | Investor.gov
  145. Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
  146. Practical Strategies for Today's Bond Market.
  147. Are I Bonds a Good Investment for Retirees?
  148. Can Regular Investors Beat the Market?
  149. The National Study of Millionaires
  150. Dividend Facts You May Not Know.
  151. Understanding Total Basis in IRAs
  152. Understanding 401(k).
  153. Average 401(k) Balances by Age
  154. More Americans Than Ever Are 401(k) and IRA Millionaires, Fidelity Says
  155. Americans Are Pulling Money Out of their 401(k) Plans at an Alarming Rate
  156. Simple IRA vs. 401(k) Comparison Chart
  157. The 401(k) Plans for Small Business.
  158. Learn About the Benefits of a 401(k) Plan
  159. Maximizing 529 College Savings Plan Tax Breaks.
  160. Advantages and Disadvantages of 529 College Savings Plans.
  161. The 529 Plans and ABLE Programs
  162. The Basics of Individual Retirement Accounts and Your Taxes.
  163. Has High Frequency Trading Ruined the Stock Market for the Rest of Us?
  164. Do Your Investments Have Short-Term Health?
  165. Well-Traveled Fraud—Advance-Fee Scams Target Non-U.S. Investors Using Fake Regulator Websites and False Broker Identities.
  166. Cybersecurity and Your Brokerage Firm.
  167. Get the Facts: The SEC's Roadmap to Saving and Investing.
  168. Trade Secrets of Steve Cohen, the Founder of SAC Capital.
  169. Automated Investment Tools.
  170. Dormant Shell Companies—How to Protect Your Portfolio from Fraud
  171. Brief Summary of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
  172. Viral Disease Stock Scams: Don’t Let Them Infect Your Portfolio.
  173. Billionaire Hedge Fund Managers
  174. Earnings Announcements ...
  175. Earnings Reports/News.
  176. Net Worth Throughout Your Life.
  177. Special Alerts.
  178. Find a Bank Holding Company.
  179. Stock Up on Information Before Buying Stock.
  180. Failed Bank List
  181. High-Yield CD Offers Can Be Bait for High-Commission Investments.
  182. Certificate of Deposit (CD) Calculator.
  183. Certificate of Deposit (CD) Rates.
  184. Certificate of Deposit (CD).
  185. Commodities Futures.
  186. Dow Jones 30 Industrials.
  187. Bloomberg's Breaking News.
  188. Building Savings
  189. Pre-IPO Offerings—These Scammers Are Not Your Friends.
  190. The Facts on Saving and Investing.
  191. The Intelligent Investor.
  192. Federal Employee News and Commentary.
  193. Billion Dollar Mistake
  194. The Basic Types of Products for
  195. College Savings Calculator.
  196. Currency Converter.
  197. First-Time Investor: Grow and Protect Your Money
  198. Stock Market Crash: Definition, Facts, Causes, Effects (1929)
  199. Black Thursday: Facts, Causes, and Effects (1929)
  200. 2 Mistakes With Your Cash on Hand - Don't Make These.
  201. 3 Types of Investors - Which One Are You? Take This Test.
  202. 3 Creepy Investment Scams.
  203. 4 Considerations for Strong Investment Policy Statements
  204. 4 Common Investing Mistakes.
  205. 4 Most Important Effects of Rising Interest Rates
  206. 4 Key Investment Strategies to Learn Before Trading
  207. 5 Important Facts About Stocks
  208. 5 Popular Ways to Invest in Gold.
  209. 5 Dividend Stocks That Have Only Gotten More Attractive.
  210. 5 Steps of Investment Management Process.
  211. 5 Investment Scams.
  212. 5 Bitcoin Scams
  213. 5 Biggest Wall Street Scams of All Time
  214. 5 Richest Hedge Fund Managers in the World
  215. 5 Most Profitable Investments Have in Common
  216. 5 Historical Stock Market Facts.
  217. 5 'Dividend Champ' Stocks With the Highest Yields.
  218. 5 Portfolio Risk Management Strategies
  219. 5 Best Short-Term Investments for Generating Income
  220. 6 Best Crowdfunding Platforms
  221. 6 Safe Investments for Seniors
  222. 6 Investing Mistakes the Ultra Wealthy Don't Make.
  223. 6 Principles of Smart Investing.
  224. 6 Tax Strategies That Will Have You Planning Ahead.
  225. 6 Things You Need to Know About Bonds.
  226. 6 401(k) Committee Best Practices to Reduce Your Liability
  227. 7 Stocks Poised to Profit from Coronavirus.
  228. 7 Top Costly Mistakes Investors Made.
  229. 7 Common Investment Scams.
  230. 7 Expert Investing Moves to Make.
  231. 7 Smart Ways to Invest $1,000 - Forbes
  232. 7 Ways the Global Economy Can Affect You.
  233. 7 Ways Novice Investors Can Get Investment Advice
  234. 7 High-Risk Stocks for Aggressive Investors
  235. 7 Short-Term Stocks to Buy for a Quick Profit
  236. 7 Best Practices for Investing in Startups
  237. 7 Best Investments to Make: 2019 - 2021
  238. 7 Fastest-Growing Techs.
  239. 7 Rules for Investing in the Stock Market (video)
  240. 7 Countries Spooking Investors.
  241. 8 Money Moves Investors Should Make Before Year-End
  242. 8 Costly Investing Mistakes That Could Ruin You
  243. 8 Things to Know Before Investing in Gold.
  244. 8 Cool Facts About the Stock Market
  245. 8 Really Bad Investments that Lost a Bundle
  246. 8 Common Investment Scams
  247. 9 Facts to Know About Stock Market Corrections
  248. 9 Investment Strategies for New Investors
  249. 9 Practices for Better Capital-Investment Management
  250. 9 Mature Tech Stocks to Buy for Dividends
  251. 9 Worst Dangerous Investments That Can Hurt You Financially
  252. 9 Top Best-Performing Stocks
  253. 9 Best-Performing Growth Stocks
  254. 9 Best Stock Advisors, Stock Picking Subscriptions, Investment Advice Websites & Advisory Services
  255. 10 RRSP Hacks
  256. 10 Myths About 401(k)s — and the Facts
  257. 10 Important Facts About 401(k) Plans
  258. 10 Top Hedge Fund Firms in the World
  259. 10 Top Asset Management Firms Globally
  260. 10 Top Private Equity Firms
  261. 10 Top Largest Investment Companies in the World
  262. 10 Largest Investment Management Companies Worldwide
  263. 10 Pieces of Investment Advice from Warren Buffett
  264. 10 Pieces of Investment Advice from America's Greatest Investor.
  265. 10 Most Popular Investment Opportunities
  266. 10 Most Undervalued Stocks
  267. 10 Best Growth Stocks to Buy
  268. 10 Best Growth Stocks
  269. 10 Best Investments for the Next 10 Years
  270. 10 Best Passive Income Investments
  271. 10 Best Stock to Buy
  272. 10 Best Investments
  273. 10 Best Long-Term Investments
  274. 10 Best Stocks to Invest
  275. 10 Best Stocks in the World.
  276. 10 Best Investment Companies to Consider
  277. 10 Things to Watch When Interest Rates Go Up
  278. 10 Things to Consider Before You Make Investing Decisions
  279. 10 Steps to Take When Stocks Plunge.
  280. 10 Famous Investment Scams.
  281. 10 Long-Term Investing Strategies That Work
  282. 10 Biggest Investment Scams of All Time
  283. 10 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring a Financial Advisor
  284. 11 Biggest & Best Investment Companies (2020-2021).
  285. 11 Best Growth Stocks to Buy for the Next 5 Years
  286. 11 Financial Advisors Share Their Worst Investing Blunders
  287. 12 Best Investments
  288. 13 Best Investments That Can Make You Money
  289. 14 Top Financial Frauds of All Time
  290. 15 Best Alternative Investments
  291. 15 Largest Investment Companies in the World
  292. 15 Richest Hedge Fund Managers in the World
  293. 15 Ways to Invest Small Amounts of Money
  294. 16 Rules for Investment Success
  295. 17 Stocks With High Potential for Big Growth
  296. 18 Ways to Get Tax-Free Income.
  297. 20 Biggest Asset Managers in the World.
  298. 22 Most Common Types of Investment Fraud to Know
  299. 23 Things Beginners Absolutely Must Know About Saving.
  300. 25 Rules for Investing
  301. 25 Top Incredible Stock Market Statistics and Facts.
  302. 25 Kickass and Interesting Facts About Stocks and Shares
  303. 30-Year-Old Man Sentenced to 10 Years for $30 Million Ponzi Scheme.
  304. 50 Smart Money Moves.
  305. 50 Ways to Improve Your Finances
  306. 50+ Important 401k Statistics for Companies and Employees
  307. 60 Stock Market Statistics & Facts
  308. 73 Lucrative Stock Facts
  309. 100 Must-Know Statistics
  310. About 401(k) Plans
  311. 100 Top Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund Rankings by Total Assets.
  312. 101 Investment Decisions Guaranteed to Change Your Financial Future.
  313. 500 Top Asset Managers.

▷ Retirement
  1. Old-Age Income Support in the 21st Centur
  2. Ranking the World’s Retirement Systems on Results
  3. Americans' Retirement Literacy Is Lacking, and It Matters
  4. Americans Haven't Saved Enough for Retirement. What Are We Going to Do About It?
  5. Most Americans Flunk When It Comes to Retirement Literacy, Study Finds
  6. A Compendium of Findings About the Retirement Outlook of U.S. Workers
  7. U.S. Retirement Market Outlook: Three Themes Shaping the Retirement Landscape
  8. Pros and Cons of Getting an Annuity
  9. Pros and Cons of Annuities
  10. Annuity Scams - Fraudulent Schemes & Illegal Practices
  11. “Annuity Risk: Volatility and Inflation Exposure in Payments from Immediate Life Annuities
  12. Living Trust and Annuities Scams
  13. Understanding Annuities
  14. Pensions at a Glance 2023: OECD and G20 Indicators
  15. Pension Systems by Country
  16. Pension Plan Options
  17. Pension Calculator | Bankrate
  18. Pension Calculator
  19. Pension vs. Lump Sum Payout Calculator
  20. Comparison of Pensions Across the European Union by Country
  21. Trends in Pension Systems Around the World
  22. Can Pension Reform Reverse the Trend to Earlier Retirement?
  23. Today's Pension Plans: How Much Do They Pay?
  24. Types of Pension Payouts: Lump Sum vs. Monthly
  25. State of Retirement Planning Fact Sheet
  26. Investing for Retirement | Fidelity
  27. Investing for Retirement
  28. Manage Your Money Right in Retirement
  29. Managing Your Income in Retirement
  30. Managing Post-Retirement Risks: Strategies for a Secure Retirement
  31. The Best and Worst Pension Plans by Country
  32. Best Dates to Retire for Federal Employees (FERS / CSRS) - 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024
  33. Best Investments for Retirement Planning.
  34. Best Investing and Retirement Advice for Your 70s
  35. Best Pension Payout Options
  36. Best Countries for Pensions and Retirement
  37. Best Roth IRA Accounts.
  38. Best Retirement Plans
  39. Best Retirement Plans | Forbes
  40. Best Retirement Plans: Choose the Right Account for You
  41. Retirement | USAGov
  42. Retirement Plans 101.
  43. Retirement Plan Investing: Clearer Information on Consideration of Environmental, Social, and Governance Factors
  44. Retirement Plans in the United States.
  45. Retirement Plan Inflation Adjustments
  46. Retirement Planning.
  47. Retirement Planning from Start to Finish
  48. Retirement Calculator
  49. Retirement Calculator: How Much Do You Need?
  50. Retirement Calculator: Free Estimate of How Much You Need
  51. Retirement Annuities: Know the Pros and Cons
  52. Retirement Annuities: Pros and Cons of Annuity Income Investing
  53. Retirement Checklist: 8 Steps You Need to Take
  54. Retirement Checklist
  55. Retirement Statistics
  56. Retirement Statistics You Should Know
  57. Retirement Savings and Planning Benefits
  58. Retirement Savings by Age: Averages, Medians, Percentiles US
  59. Retirement Services - FERS Information
  60. Retirement Security: Most Households Approaching Retirement Have Low Savings
  61. Retirement Age and Benefit Reduction | SSA
  62. Retirement Resolutions.
  63. Retirement Toolkit | DOL
  64. Retirement Ready - Fact Sheet for Workers Age 49-60
  65. Retirement Mindset Study
  66. Retirement Confidence Survey Summary Report
  67. Retirement Income Investments
  68. Retirement Isn't Free—But Your 401(k) Match Is.
  69. Retirement Crisis Facing Black Americans
  70. Retirement Age by Country 2024
  71. Retirement Age by Country | Visual Capitalist
  72. Understanding Your Retirement Plan and Options
  73. Understanding Your Retirement Benefit Service
  74. Understanding Retirement and Disability Benefits
  75. Understanding Social Security Benefits | SSA
  76. Understanding the Benefits of Social Security.
  77. Understanding Spouse's Social Security Benefits | SSA
  78. Analyzing the Best Retirement Plans and Investment Options.
  79. Types of Retirement Plans
  80. Types of Retirement Plans, Vested Plans, and Qualified Plans
  81. Ready for Retirement?
  82. Important Things to Consider When Planning for Retirement
  83. Choosing a Retirement Solution for Your Small Business | IRS
  84. Target Retirement Funds
  85. Emerging Markets: The Drive for Sustainable Retirements in an Ageing World
  86. Growing Older in America: The Health & Retirement Study
  87. Health Care Coverage for Retirees
  88. Portfolio Asset Allocation by Age - Beginners to Retirees
  89. From Assets to Income: A Goals-Based Retirement Approach
  90. Wrap Fee Programs Risk Alert
  91. Taking the Mystery out of Retirement Planning
  92. At What Age Should You Stop Saving for Retirement
  93. Does It Ever Make Sense to Stop Saving for Retirement
  94. Smart Management of Retirement Income
  95. Top Retirement Mistakes Federal Employees Made
  96. Average FERS TSP Balance at Retirement
  97. Applying for Deferred or Postponed Retirement Under the Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS)
  98. FERS Retirement Calculator - 6 Steps to Estimate Your Federal Pension
  99. Checklist for Federal Employees Retiring in Late December or Early January
  100. Types of Federal Retirement | OPM
  101. US Federal Employees' Retirement System
  102. The U.S. Retirement System
  103. The Success of the U.S. Retirement System
  104. The Essentials of Investing for Retirement
  105. The Securing a Strong Retirement Act
  106. The "Train Wreck" Awaiting American Retirement.
  107. The Last Private Industry Pension Plans: A Visual Essay
  108. The Crisis in Retirement Planning.
  109. The Path to Retirement
  110. The Origins of Retirement and How It Shape Your Beliefs
  111. The Decision to Retire | Stanford
  112. The Middle Class Retirement Delusion by the Numbers.
  113. The Retirement Outlook for Millennials: What Is the Early Prognosis?
  114. The Top Retirement Strategies for Teachers
  115. The Truth About Firefighter Retirement Benefits and Pensions
  116. The Social Security Retirement Age
  117. The Right Age to Take Social Security Retirement Benefits
  118. The Fed - Retirement
  119. The Fed - Retirement and Investments
  120. Federal Retirement Eligibility.
  121. Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS)
  122. Federal Employee Spousal Survivor Benefits Upon Death
  123. Federal Pensions
  124. Federal Retirement Calculators | OPM
  125. Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA): Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Beneficiaries (2023)
  126. Military Pay and Pensions | USAGov
  127. FERS Spousal Survivor Benefits Upon the Death of a Annuitant
  128. CSRS Survivor Spousal Benefits Upon Death of a CSRS/CSRS Offset Annuitant
  129. Can I Retire After 5 Years of Federal Service?
  130. California State Employees' Retirement System and Retirement Fund
  131. Louisiana State Employees' Retirement System (LASERS)
  132. Michigan Public School Employees' Retirement System
  133. NJ Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)
  134. Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System (TCRS)
  135. Selecting a Retirement Benefit Option (texas.gov)
  136. Smart Management of Retirement Income
  137. Saving and Investing for Early Retirement
  138. Perspectives on Retirement Readiness in the U.S.
  139. After-Tax Investment Amounts by Age to Comfortably Retire Early
  140. Your Financial Future
  141. Effective Retirement Savings Programs
  142. Retiring Right: Understanding the Taxation of Retirement Income
  143. Spending and Investing in Retirement
  144. Planning for Retirement: Long-Term Savings and Investment
  145. Last Minute Retirement Planning Strategies
  146. Benefits Planner: Retirement - Retirement Age and Benefit Reduction | SSA
  147. Benefits of Retirement Income Planning.
  148. Is It Time for a Career Change or Early Retirement?
  149. Is Retirement Better at Beginning or End of Year?
  150. You're Likely to Live Longer If You Retire After 65
  151. New Rules for Retirement Story | Money
  152. Want a Secure Retirement? Don't Fall for These 6 Myths
  153. Optimizing the Retirement Planning Strategy
  154. Keys to Retirement Planning and Investing
  155. Key Findings and Issues - Working in Retirement
  156. Is Working in Retirement Worth It?
  157. Can I Keep Working After Retirement?
  158. Financial FAQs: Working After Retirement
  159. Good Reasons to Keep Working After Retirement
  160. Work and Retirement - Lifespan Development
  161. Working Beyond Retirement: For Money, Identity, and Purpose ...
  162. Working After Retirement
  163. Workplace Retirement Plans: By the Numbers
  164. Just 60M Americans Participated in 401K Plans Last Year, But Most Funds Saw Boost
  165. Financial Planning for Retirement.
  166. Is General Electric Stock Still Good for Your Retirement Account?
  167. Thinking of Retirement
  168. Think You Want to Retire Early?
  169. Sample Retirement Letters
  170. Can You Retire Comfortably on Only 2 Million Dollars?
  171. Want to Have a Good Retirement?
  172. Nearing Retirement? It's Time to Be Creative.
  173. Explore the Benefits You May Be Due
  174. Planning for a Delayed Retirement.
  175. Save Early for Retirement If You're a High Earner
  176. Out of Work? Do's and Don'ts for Your Retirement Account.
  177. Worried About Retirement Savings? You're Not Alone.
  178. Is $2 Million Enough to Retire at 60? [Case Study]
  179. Things to Know Before You Retire at 62
  180. If I Retire at Age 62, Will I Be Eligible for Medicare?
  181. Beginning at Age 72, You Must Withdraw Money from Your Retirement Accounts
  182. Apply for Retirement Benefits | SSA
  183. Applying for Social Security Retirement Benefits
  184. Estimate Retirement Benefits | SSA
  185. SSA Options: Working, Applying for Retirement Benefits, or Both
  186. Saving Social Security.
  187. Social Security Benefits Are Taxable?.
  188. Social Security Calculator: Estimate Your Benefits
  189. Social Security and Retirement Estimator.
  190. Social Security Changes | SSA
  191. Social Security: Cost-of-Living Adjustments
  192. Social Security Retirement Benefits for Family | SSA
  193. Social Security Retirement Benefit Reduction | SSA
  194. Social Security COLA 2022: Benefit Rise Could be 6%, Most Since 1982
  195. Social Security's Spousal Benefit Rule
  196. Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) Information | SSA
  197. Questions and Answers About Social Security.
  198. Should You Take Social Security at 62?
  199. Should You Take Social Security at 62, 67 or 70?
  200. Should You Take Social Security at Age 62, 65, 67, or 70?
  201. Should You Increase the Risk in Your Retirement Portfolio?
  202. Is There a Social Security Spousal Benefits Loophole?
  203. Deciding When to Claim Social Security
  204. Supplemental Security Income | SSA
  205. Civil Service Retirement System Annuitants and Social Security | SSA
  206. Government Pension Offset | SSA
  207. Answers to the Most Popular Retirement Savings Questions
  208. 1 in 4 Americans Is Saving Nothing for Retirement.
  209. 3 Keys to Your Retirement Income Plan.
  210. 3 Rules for Deciding When to Retire.
  211. 3 Ways to Boost Your Social Security Benefits in Your 60s
  212. 4 Pillars of the New Retirement
  213. 4 Things to Consider If You're Thinking Of Retiring Early.
  214. 5 Things to Consider Before You Retire.
  215. 5 Things You Need to Decide Before You Can Retire.
  216. 5 Retirement Planning Steps to Take
  217. 5 Retiree Investment Options to Help Extend Your Savings While Managing Risk
  218. 5 Common Retirement Planning Mistakes.
  219. 5 Options for Retirement Income Portfolios
  220. 5 Facts You Must Know About Social Security.
  221. 5 Reasons You Should Not Delay Retirement.
  222. 5 Reasons Not to Buy an Annuity
  223. 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make When Planning for Retirement
  224. 5 Biggest Retirement Challenges
  225. 5 Mistakes to Avoid in Retirement
  226. 5 Worst Retirement Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs
  227. 5 Steps to Retirement Planning
  228. 6 Steps to Take If You Have to Retire Early.
  229. 6 Steps to Retire When You Want
  230. 6 Low-Risk Investments With Steady Returns for Retirees
  231. 6 Surprising Facts About Retirement
  232. 6 Myths About Retirement.
  233. 6 Best Investments for Retirement.
  234. 6 Ways to Make Saving for Retirement Easier
  235. 6 Signs That You're Really Ready to Retire.
  236. 6 Signs You Are Ready to Retire
  237. 6 Things to Do When You Retire.
  238. 6 Things You Learn After Retirement
  239. 7 Annuity Mistakes to Avoid
  240. 7 Signs It's Time to Retire.
  241. 7 Biggest Regrets of Retirees
  242. 7 Best Bond Funds for Inflation
  243. 7 Best Vanguard Funds for Retirement
  244. 7 High Return, Low Risk Investments for Retirees.
  245. 7 Countries That Offer Tax Breaks for Foreign Retirees
  246. 7 Factors to Consider for Retirement.
  247. 7 Steps for Managing Your Retirement
  248. 7 Retirement Investing Mistakes to Avoid.
  249. 7 Great Retirement Funds to Consider for Those 50+ and Planning for 2030
  250. 7 Reasons to Retire Early, and 7 Reasons Not to
  251. 7+ Retirement Calculator Spreadsheet Templates
  252. 8 Best Investment Options for Retirement Income
  253. 8 Rules for Investing After Retirement
  254. 8 Strategies for Federal Employees Planning to Retire in the Next 5 Years.
  255. 8 Retirement Mistakes to Avoid to Make the Most of Your Golden Years.
  256. 8 Rules for Investing After Retirement
  257. 9 Signs You Are Not Financially OK to Retire.
  258. 9 Best Retirement Plans
  259. 9 Reasons You Need to Avoid Variable Annuities
  260. 10 Rules for Investing After Retirement
  261. 10 Rules for Investing After Retirement | Yahoo
  262. 10 Important Ages for Retirement Planning
  263. 10 Strategies for Your Retirement Investment Portfolio
  264. 10 Ways to Save Your Retirement.
  265. 10 Ways to Get Ready for Retirement after Age 50.
  266. 10 Ways for Federal Employees to Maximize Their Future Social Security Benefits.
  267. 10 Top Ways to Prepare for Retirement
  268. 10 Top Facts About Social Security
  269. 10 Must-Do Action Items to Prepare to Retire from Federal Service
  270. 10 Surprising Facts About Retirement
  271. 10 Painless Ways to Save More for Retirement.
  272. 10 Retirement Planning Moves to Make in Your 20s.
  273. 10 Risky Investments Billionaires Can't Resist.
  274. 10 Biggest Mistakes Federal Employees Make When Planning for Retirement
  275. 10 Things You Need to Know About Annuities
  276. 10 Things You Should Know About Social Security
  277. 10 Best States for Retirement.
  278. 10 Best and Worst Things to Do When Looking for a Place to Retire
  279. 11 Worst Retirement Mistakes: Sidestep Them
  280. 11 Steps to Retire at 50 | US News
  281. 12 Ways to Increase Your Social Security Payments
  282. 12 Essential Considerations for Deciding Where to Retire
  283. 14 Worst Retirement Planning Mistakes a Federal Employee Can Make
  284. 15 Retirement Investing Mistakes to Avoid.
  285. 20 Top Biggest Mistakes People Make Planning Their Retirement
  286. 21 Big Retirement Mistakes and 20 Easy Fixes for a Better Future
  287. 25 Common Annuity Planning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
  288. 30 Revealing Retirement Statistics & Facts
  289. 33 Retirement Statistics You Should Know
  290. 35 Retirement Planning Mistakes That Waste Your Money.
  291. 40 Sad Facts About Retirement
  292. 50 Must-Know Retirement Statistics and Facts

▷ History, Guides & Tips
  1. History of Investing
  2. History of Retirement: The Story No One Else Shares
  3. History of Retirement
  4. History of Retirement - Dramatic Changes Over the Years
  5. History of Wall Street: Timeline and Facts.
  6. The History of Retirement Benefits
  7. The History of Retirement, from Early Man to A.A.R.P.
  8. The History of Pension Plans in the U.S.
  9. A History of the Theory of Investments
  10. A History of Public Sector Pensions in the United States
  11. A Brief History of the 401(k), Which Changed how Americans Retire
  12. A Brief History of Retirement: It's a Modern Idea
  13. Social Security History
  14. The Fascinating History of Investing
  15. The Most Profitable Investment in the History of the World
  16. The Entire History of the 401(k) - Build Asset Management
  17. Retirement in the U.S.: A History to Today
  18. Retirement Through the Ages: A History of Pensions and Policies
  19. Retirement Investments: A Beginner's Guide
  20. Retirement Guide: Creating a Financial Plan.
  21. Retirement Guide | USAGov
  22. Retirement Guide: Creating a Financial Plan.
  23. Retirement Planning Guide for Late Starters.
  24. Retirement Planning Guide | ESL
  25. Retirement Planning Guide
  26. Retirement Planning Member Guidebook
  27. Retirement Planning and Income Protection Guide
  28. Retirement and Tax Planning Guide
  29. Investment Guide: Bonds
  30. Investment Guide | Forbes
  31. Investment Guide for Women, Investing Tips & Money Advice
  32. Investment Committee Guide: Duties, Best Practices & Resources
  33. Investment Advice for Beginners.
  34. Investor's Guide.
  35. Investing Guide for Teens (and Parents).
  36. Investing 101: A Tutorial for Beginner Investors
  37. Investing 101: A Complete Guide to Investing for Retirement.
  38. Guide to Saving and Investing | SEC.gov
  39. Guide to Real Estate Investing
  40. Guide to Retirement | JPMorgan
  41. Guide to Retirement Investing.
  42. Guide to Tax Implications of Fund Investing
  43. A Guide to Investor Fees
  44. A Guide to Avoiding Common Annuity Mistakes
  45. A Guide to Getting a Pension.
  46. A Guide for Seniors: Protect Yourself Against Investment Fraud.
  47. A Guide to Retirement Planning for Seniors
  48. A Guide to Understanding Social Security Retirement Benefits
  49. Ultimate Guide to Retirement | CNN
  50. Ultimate Retirement Guide (Video - Suze Orman)
  51. The Ultimate Retirement Planning Guide.
  52. The Ultimate Retirement Planning Guide | CNBC
  53. The Ultimate Guide to Retirement.
  54. The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+.
  55. Investment Policy: Process & Practice - A Guide for Asset Owners
  56. Making Smart Investments: A Beginner’s Guide (hbr.org)
  57. The Retirement Guide | Forbes
  58. First Steps to Investing: A Beginners Guide
  59. Comprehensive Financial Plan Guide
  60. The Investor's Guide to Financial Disclosures
  61. The Advisor's Guide to Retirement Planning
  62. Planning to Retire: A Complete Guide
  63. Social Security Retirement Age: A Complete Guide
  64. Federal Disability Retirement Guidebook
  65. Ohio Service Retirement Guide
  66. Quick Reference Guide Income and Assets for Financial Assessment
  67. Stock Market for Beginners - Step by Step Guide (video)
  68. The Best Investment Advice Ever
  69. Your Retirement Nest Egg Advice.
  70. Physical Precious Metals: Tips to Avoid Tarnishing Your Portfolio
  71. Warren Buffett's Investment Tips:
  72. Tips for Investing in Stocks.
  73. Portfolio Management Tips for Young Investors.
  74. Tips & Advice on Investing Money.
  75. Some Zen Investing Advice
  76. Retirement Planning Tips for Those Near or over Age 65
  77. Retirement Saving Tips for Individuals | IRS
  78. Free Stock Market Investment Tips.
  79. Top Tips for Choosing Investments
  80. Investment Tips from the Pros
  81. Investing Tips | USA.gov
  82. Investments for Beginners: Easy Tips to Try
  83. Forex Investment, Tips and Advice - Strategy
  84. Property Hints & Tips - Strategies
  85. Financial Advice: Investment & Money Saving Tips
  86. Managing Your Investment Portfolio - Tips to Succeed
  87. Tax Savings Tips
  88. Mutual Obligations – Tax Tips for Mutual Fund Investors
  89. Top Tips for Maximizing Retirement Plan Withdrawals.
  90. 3 Retirement Investing Tips.
  91. 3 Investing Tips from a Vanguard Expert.
  92. 5 Largest Investment Fraud Cases in History
  93. 5 Tips to Help You Get Approved for a Mortgage.
  94. 5 Tips to Ease Investing Anxiety
  95. 5 Tips to Shine in Investing in Gold Coins.
  96. 5 Tips for Investing in Stocks
  97. 5 Tips for Diversifying Your Portfolio
  98. 5 Investing Tips from Experts
  99. 5 Investment Tips
  100. 5 Investing Tips for Your 20s.
  101. 5 Investing Tips to Follow
  102. 5 Tips and Advice for Property Investment
  103. 6 Tips for Avoiding Financial Disaster When Starting a Business.
  104. 6 Tips to Navigate Volatile Markets
  105. 6 Tips to Consider for Your Retirement Distribution Strategy.
  106. 6 Stock Market Investing Tips & Guide for Beginners
  107. 6 Retirement Savings Tips for 45-to-54-Year-Olds.
  108. 7 Personal Finance Tips from Warren Buffett
  109. 7 Best Pieces of Investing Advice from Warren Buffett
  110. 8 of History's Best Investments
  111. 8 of the Most Notorious Ponzi Schemes in US History
  112. 9 Adventurous Investment Trust Tips
  113. 10 Biggest Frauds in Recent U.S. History
  114. 10 Investment Tips from Warren Buffett
  115. 10 Retirement Tips
  116. 10 Tips for Successful Long-Term Investing
  117. 10 Tips on Saving for Retirement
  118. 10 Tips for Managing Time in Retirement
  119. 10 Tips for the Successful Long-Term Investor
  120. 10 Tips for Power of Attorney and Your Investments.
  121. 10 Tips to Keep Track of Your Investments.
  122. 10 Tips to Making a Sound Decision on IRA Rollover.
  123. 10 Tips to Help You Boost Your Retirement Savings
  124. 11 Money Tips for Women.
  125. 12 Investing Tips for Beginners.
  126. 20 Stock-Investing Tips.
  127. 22 Facts About the Best Investments in History.
  128. 25 Rules for Investing - Investment Tips, Investment Rules
  129. 40 Money Management Tips from Professionals.


How, What, When, Where & Why
  1. How to Make Money After Retirement
  2. How to Make Money
  3. How to Make Rich
  4. How to Build Your Income Stream.
  5. How to Build Your Income Investing Strategy
  6. How to Build an Investment Portfolio
  7. How to Build an Investment Portfolio for Retirement
  8. How to Have a Successful Retirement
  9. How to Have a Long and Healthy Retirement
  10. How to Have a Successful Retirement
  11. How to Invest for Short-Term and Long-term Goals
  12. How to Invest After You Retire.
  13. How to Invest Money After Retirement
  14. How to Invest for Retirement.
  15. How to Invest for a Comfortable Retirement
  16. How to Invest for Early Retirement.
  17. How to Invest for Your Kids and Teach Them About Investing
  18. How to Invest Safely During Covid-19.
  19. How to Invest in Bonds: Quick-Start Guide for Beginners
  20. How to Invest in Bonds for Beginners
  21. How to Invest in Stocks for Beginners
  22. How to Invest When Interest Rates Are Low
  23. How to Invest in Retirement.
  24. How to Invest in Commodities
  25. How to Invest in the Thrift Savings Plan: TSP Funds
  26. How to Invest Money
  27. How to Invest Money: Choosing the Best Way ...
  28. How to Invest Money: The Smart Way to Grow Your Money
  29. How to Invest with Little Money
  30. How to Invest that Money Instead of Buying a Channel Bag.
  31. How to Invest Money for the Long Haul – And Save in the Short Term
  32. How to Invest Your First $1,000.
  33. How to Invest Your Savings for Short-Term or Long-Term Goals
  34. How to Calculate My FERS Retirement
  35. How to Calculate Portfolio Risk from Scratch
  36. How to Calculate Portfolio Risk and Return
  37. How to Create a Year-By-Year Retirement Income Plan
  38. How to Create and Manage a Hedge Fund?
  39. How to Create a Financial Health Care Portfolio.
  40. How to Decide When to Retire | Forbes
  41. How to Decide When to Retire | Neamb
  42. How to Decide When to Retire
  43. How to Decide Whether to Retire
  44. How to Decide Whether and When to Retire
  45. How to Decide If You Can Retire Early
  46. How to Decide Where to Retire
  47. How to Decide the Best Place to Live When You Retire
  48. How to Tell Whether It's Time to Retire
  49. How to Tell Whether It's Time to Retire
  50. How to Know You Are Ready for Retirement
  51. How to Know If You Are Ready to Retire
  52. How to Know If You Have Too Much Risk in Your Portfolio
  53. How to Retire Early
  54. How to Retire Early If It's for You
  55. How to Retire from a Job
  56. How to Retire
  57. How to Take an Early Retirement
  58. How to Take Advantage of Rising Interest Rates
  59. How to Spot an Investment Scam.
  60. How to Spot an Investment Scam in 6 Steps.
  61. How to Prepare Emotionally for Retirement.
  62. How to Prepare for a Market Correction
  63. How to Pick the Right Retirement Age for You.
  64. How to Start an Investment Club
  65. How to Start Investing
  66. How to Start Investing in 2024: A 5-Step Guide for Beginners
  67. How to Benchmark Your ETF Investments
  68. How to Calculate the FERS Basic Annuity
  69. How to Turn Retirement Savings into Retirement Income
  70. How to Safeguard Your Investment Portfolio from Inflation
  71. How to Achieve Optimal Asset Allocation
  72. How to Adjust and Renew Your Portfolio
  73. How to Determine the Right Time to Retire
  74. How to Turn Retirement Savings into Retirement Income
  75. How to Meet Your Future Self—and Save.
  76. How to Uncover Investment Portfolio Strengths and Weaknesses.
  77. How to Think About Investment Risk
  78. How to Become a Millionaire by Retirement.
  79. How to Choose the Right Mutual Fund.
  80. How to Use Your Memory to Boost Your Savings.
  81. How to Reduce Your Tax Bill by Saving for Retirement.
  82. How to Keep Money Safe Amid Coronavirus
  83. How to Save Money for Retirement
  84. How to Improve Your Retirement Income if You Haven’t Saved
  85. How to Avoid Annuity Traps
  86. How America Saves - Report 2023
  87. How Investors Can Cope With Bond Market Declines
  88. How Rising Interest Rates Affect Bonds
  89. How Retirement Was Invented
  90. How Investment Scams Work.
  91. How Have the Largest Funds Performed?
  92. How Fees and Expenses Affect Your Investment Portfolio | SEC.gov
  93. How Your Retirement Benefit Is Figured
  94. How Social Security Is Taxed, How to Save
  95. How Social Security Survivors Benefits Work
  96. How Much Do You Need to Retire? - What The Experts Say (video)
  97. How Much the Average Person 65 and Older Spends Monthly
  98. How Much Do I Need to Retire?
  99. How Much Should You Save for Retirement?
  100. How Much Should I Have Saved in My 401(k) by Age?
  101. How Much Is Too Much for Investing Fees?
  102. How Much Your Social Security Check Will Be?
  103. How Much Will I Get from My FERS Retirement?
  104. How Much Income Will My FERS Pension Provide in Retirement?
  105. How Much Do You Think Your Pension Is Worth?
  106. How Many Years Do You Have to Work for the Federal Government to Get a Pension?
  107. How Many People Retire Each Year in the USA?
  108. How All 50 States Rank for Retirement Friendliness
  109. How Would New Proposed Pension Calculation with 5-Year Average Affect You
  110. How You Earn Credits | Social Security
  111. How Risky Is Your Portfolio?
  112. How Rising Treasury Yields May Impact Your Portfolio
  113. How Changes in Economic Growth Affects Bonds
  114. How Long Should I Keep My Tax Records?.
  115. How Serious a Crime Is Insider Trading?
  116. How Paying off $50,000+ in Debt Inspired a New Business
  117. How Do I Calculate the Value of a Pension?
  118. How Do You Know When It's the Right Time to Retire?.
  119. How Do Interest Rates Affect Your Bonds?
  120. How Does Identity Theft Insurance Work and Will It Save Your Good Name?
  121. How Does the UK State Pension Compare with Other Countries?
  122. How You Should Invest at Every Age.
  123. How Not to Be a Future Ponzi Scheme Victim.
  124. How Work Affects Your Benefits | SSA
  125. How Social Security Works: A Guide to Social Security Benefits.
  126. How Generous Are Federal Employee Pensions?
  127. What to Know About the Alternative Minimum Tax (2019)
  128. What to Know About Cryptocurrency and Scams | FTC
  129. What to Do Immediately After We Become Debt Free.
  130. What to Do for Retirement Planning.
  131. What to Do in Retirement.
  132. What to Do If You're Investing in Bonds When Interest Rates Are Rising
  133. What to Do With Your Retirement And Investments During COVID-19
  134. What Is Investing and Why It Matters?
  135. What Is the Magic Retirement Number?
  136. What Is the Optimal Age to Retire?
  137. What Is the Best Age to Retire?
  138. What Is the Most Popular Age to Take Social Security?
  139. What Is the Difference Between Retiring in Canada and America?
  140. What Is the Optimal Age to Retire?
  141. What Is High-3 Average Salary and How Is It Calculated?
  142. What Is the Best Age to Retire?
  143. What Is the Best Choice Between FEHB & Medicare for Retirement
  144. What Is the Break-Even Age for Social Security?
  145. What Is the Social Security Early Retirement Penalty Chart?
  146. What Is the Average Pension of a Federal Employee?
  147. What Is the Average FERS Pension?
  148. What Is the Best Age to Claim Social Security 62, 66, or 70? (video).
  149. What Is the Social Security Penalty for Retirement Before Full Age?
  150. What Is a Retirement Annuity?
  151. What Is a Convertible Preferred Stock? Definition, Feature, and How Does It Work?
  152. What Is Hedge Fund?
  153. What Is Portfolio Risk, and How Is It Calculated?
  154. What Financial Portfolio Is, and How to Create and Manage One
  155. What Are the Best Ages to Retire?
  156. What Are Corporate Bonds
  157. What Are High-yield Corporate Bonds
  158. What Are Segregated, Guaranteed and Protected Funds?
  159. What Alternative Investments Are, How to Invest
  160. What the New Fiduciary Rule Means for Retirement Investors
  161. What Can You Do to Avoid Investment Fraud?
  162. What Do Rising Interest Rates Mean for Bonds?
  163. What Do You Do When a Bank Failed?.
  164. What Do You Do When You Decide to Retire?
  165. What Will You Do When You Retire?
  166. What Will You Do When You Are Retired?
  167. What Happens When I Retire?
  168. What Happens to Your Social Security If You Retire Early?
  169. What Happens If I Leave Federal Service Before Retirement Age?
  170. What Happens If Interest Rates Increase Too Quickly?
  171. What Happens When the Fed Raises Interest Rates?
  172. What If I Work After Retirement?
  173. What Employees Retiring in December and Receiving Social Security Early Next Year Need to Know?
  174. What You Need to Know When You Get Retirement or Survivors Benefits or Security Disability Benefits
  175. What Investors Need to Know Stock-Based Loan Programs.
  176. What Investments Should You Hold and When? (Asset Allocation by Age)
  177. What Disappoints Investors About Their Financial Advisor
  178. When to Start Receiving Retirement Benefits
  179. When a Strong Currency Weakens, Who Benefits?
  180. When Do People Retire on Average?
  181. When Do Doctors Retire?
  182. When Can I Retire?
  183. When Can I Retire? | Vanguard
  184. When Can You Retire?
  185. When Can I Afford to Retire?
  186. When Can I Stop Saving for Retirement?
  187. When You Should Stop Investing
  188. When and How to Insure Your Income.
  189. When Is the Best Time of Year to Retire?
  190. When It's Right to Do "Nothing" for Your Portfolio.
  191. When It's Time to Stop Saving for Retirement
  192. Where to Invest $10,000 | Bloomberg
  193. Where to Invest My Money at Age 70+
  194. Where Should You Keep Your Money After Retirement?
  195. Which Sectors Might Benefit from Rising Rates?
  196. Which Retirement Investment Options Are Best for Me?
  197. Who Is Right on the Stock Market?
  198. Why a High Income Can Make It Harder to Save for Retirement?
  199. Why You Should Sit Still (the Stock Market and Coronavirus)
  200. Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes and How to Correct Them
  201. Why Cryptocurrency Is s Giant Fraud Current Affairs
  202. Why Retire and Collect Social Security at 62? (video)
  203. Why Retirement Can Be Bad for Your Health
  204. Why Do Commercial Banks Hold Investment Securities?
  205. Why Bond Yields Are Rising, and Why It Matters
  206. Why Save for Retirement in Your 20s?


Market Update: Mutual Funds - Trade - Stocks - Bonds - Currencies
US Stock Market Analysis
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2009 --- --- 23.5 12.8
2004 --- --- 26.3 9.0
2003 25.3 3.1 --- ----
1999 25.2 -6.2 --- ---
1998 --- --- 26.7 19.5
1997 22.6 16.1 31.0 26.0
1996 26.0 22.6 20.3 31.0
1995 33.5 26.0 34.1 20.3
1989 27.0 -4.3 27.3 -6.6
1986 22.6 2.3 --- ---
1985 27.7 22.6 26.3 14.6
1983 20.3 -3.7 --- ---
1980 --- --- 25.8 -9.7
1975 38.3 17.9 31.5 19.1

Did You Know?
  1. The employee contribution limit for 401(k) plans is increasing to $23,000 in 2024, up from $22,500 in 2023.
  2. Taxpayers don't face an interest penalty for underpayment if the balance due is under $1,000 after their credits and other tax account information is factored in.
  3. Banks typically invest heavily in government bonds, in the second quarter of 2021, for example, banks bought a record of about $150 billion worth of Treasurys; by putting their customers' deposits into investments such as loans or securities, like Treasury bonds, banks make the money needed to pay interest on customers' deposits and pocket a profit; rising interest rates have caused the price of such bonds to fall, feeding investor concerns that other banks might also be vulnerable.
  4. To maintain a good life style when you retire, you need to aim to save money in your retirement accounts (e.g., 401K, Roth) at least 1 time of your salary by age 30, 2 times by age 45, 3 times by age 40, 4 times by age 45, 6 times by age 50, 7 times by age 55, 8 times by age 60, and 10 times by age 67.
  5. In the US, around 3.8 people turned 62 in 2015, the age at which they can collect 75% Social Security benefits; about 3.5 million residents turned 65, about 3.4 million turned 66, the year they are entitled to full Social Security retirement benefits; and estimated 4.6% of the working age population is receiving Social Security disability benefits.
  6. In the U.S. as of the end of 2021 the number of 401(k) millionaires jumped 32 percent to 442,000, up from 334,000 a year earlier; the number of IRA millionaires increased 30 percent, from 288,300 to 376,100, for the same time period; and the number of millionaires investing in the Thrift Savings Plan (the federal government’s version of a 401(k)) increased nearly 50 percent, 112,880 TSP millionaires, up from 75,420 a year ago.
  7. The lack of cryptocurrency regulation has led to a host of problems in the world of virtual currency exchanges, threatening to impair consumer confidence in cryptocurrencies and to slow widespread adoption. Since Bitcoin is a digital currency and its value is very high, many people always look for ways by which they can steal your money. Hackers can infiltrate wallets and steal Bitcoins if they know a user's private key, which allows access to Bitcoins’ accounts.
  8. When you use Bitcoins, there will always be the risk of hacks, and you can lose all your funds. There have been many cases of Bitcoin theft. The first Bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox, collapsed in 2014 after hackers breached its security systems and siphoned away $500 million in customer money. In the U.S. alone 82,135 crimes involving cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other digital currencies got reported. That’s up more than 24,000% from the 340 reported in 2016. Losses from Bitcoin or crypto-related crime rose 79% from 2020. Bitcoin or any cryptocurrency theft increased 516% from 2020, to $3.2 billion worth of cryptocurrency.
  9. In 2021 scammers stole $14 billion in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies; 72% of stolen funds were taken from DeFi protocols. In 2020 there were 9,689 crypto crimes reported in Australia compared to zero in 2016. In 2021 the UK reported 8,801 crypto-related crimes up from 704 in 2016. In early 2/2022, the US Justice Department had seized over $3.6 billion worth of stolen 94,636 Bitcoins and arrested a married couple accused of laundering the this cryptocurrency that hackers had stolen six years ago. While these figures are startling, they don’t take into account all the scams and theft that involved crypto currencies that did not get reported.
  10. One of the significant risks of Bitcoins and other digital currencies is tax evasion and tax fraud. Bitcoin allows avoiding tax audits for cryptocurrency transactions and investments; because of this, failure to file, tax evasion, and tax fraud are all federal criminal offenses; ultimately, the violator could end up facing over $100,000 in fines and spend 1 year or more in a federal prison; risking this kind of penalty is never worth it.
  11. The money you put into Bitcoin or any cryptocurrencies is not safe from value fluctuations. Bitcoin is the investment risk, it’s a volatile investment. For example, in early 2021, Bitcoin's price reached an all-time high at over 68,000 dollars, but it dropped lower than 30,000 dollars in July 2021. Bitcoin or any cryptocurrencies have no fundamental value, and therefore could drop to zero at any time.
  12. In the U.S. the typical 65-year-old today will live to age 83; one in four 65-year-olds will live to age 90; and one in ten 65-year-olds will live to age 95. If you're earned 40 credits, you can start receiving Social Security benefits at 62 or at any month between 62 and full retirement age. However, your benefits will be reduced based on the number of months you received benefits before you reach full retirement age. If your full retirement age is 66, benefits will be reduced: 25% at age 62; 20% at age 63; 12.33% at age 64; or 6.66% at age 65.
  13. Credit cards can make it seem easy to buy expensive things when you don’t have the cash in your pocket—or in the bank. But credit cards aren’t free money. Most credit cards charge high interest rates—as much as 18 percent or more—if you don’t pay off your balance in full each month. If you owe money on your credit cards, the wisest thing you can do is pay off the balance in full as quickly as possible.
  14. Each year, a fund company adds up the costs associated with managing and operating a mutual fund. This investment fee generally ranges from 0% to 5% of the amount invested. When you purchase a fund with a back-end load, the mutual fund company pays your advisor's firm a fee on your behalf, typically 5% for an equity fund. An advisor who is compensated only by fees is called fee-only. These fees might be hourly, a flat retainer or be based on a percentage of your investment assets that they manage. Fee-only and commission advisors, in comparison, generally are compensated via both fees for advice and commissions on the sale of financial products that may be used to implement their advice. The commissioned advisors are paid solely by the commissions they earn from selling various financial and insurance products.
  15. Investment management fees are charged as a percentage of the total assets managed. Example: An investment advisor who basically charges 2.1% for the mutual fund fee and the adviser fee (not including other fees yet) means that for every $100,000,000 invested, you will pay $21,000 per year in investment fees. There are two basic investment fees in a an investment calculation, mutual fund expenses and an adviser fee. The average expense ratio for actively-managed equity mutual funds is 1.2% and investment grade bond funds have an expense ratio of 0.9%. The second expense is an adviser fee. The typical investment adviser charges about 1.0% per year on the first $1 million dollars of assets under management. This cost may be higher or lower depending on the amount being managed. Adding mutual fund expenses and adviser fees comes to 2.1% annually. No mutual fund fee nor professional advice fee is free; you may be charged up to 15% per year in total cost, including personal advice fee and financial and insurance products' fees, if you do not take attention on your investments or shop around.
  16. One of the benefits of the U.S. Federal Government Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is that employees can get a match from the Federal government if they contribute up to 5 percent of their base pay to the plan. The first 3 percent is matched dollar-for-dollar, while the next 2 percent is matched with 50 cents for each dollar the employees contribute. For 2018, an employee can make regular TSP contributions of up to $18,500; if the employee is 50 or older, he/she can contribute up to $24,500. However, if the employee is a deployed service member or are serving as a civilian in a combat zone, he/she may be able to contribute up to $53,000 in a single year. The same figures also apply for 2018 to employees who participate in 401(k), 403(b), and most 457 plans. The TSP, a defined contribution plan employees and retirees as well as for members of the uniformed services, is well known for its incredibly low fees (e.g.; in 2015, the average net expense was around 29 cents for every $1,000 invested), which is lower than many 401(k) plans.
  17. In the U.S. an average couple will pay $155,000 in 401(k) fees over their careers.
  18. The S&P 500 Index is very unstable; in the 41 years from 1957 to 1998, only 74 of the original 500 companies were still in the index.
  19. After serving their terms, U.S. Presidents, by law, get lifetime pensions equal to the salary of a Cabinet officer (i.e.; Secretary), which is about $200,000 a year (as of 2015); this lifetime annuity payout would rise over time, as Cabinet salaries do.
  20. Americans who work abroad for foreign companies (rather than companies with American ties) may not be required to contribute to Social Security, which can affect the benefits they are eligible for when they retire.
  21. In 2012, Chinese companies invested $10.7B in the U.S. They also invested $22.9B in Canada, $8.6B in Australia, $4.6B in Hong Kong, $3.9 in United Kingdom, $2.5B in Nigeria, $2.0B in Germany, $1.4B in Brazil, $0.7B in South Africa and $0.7B in Italy.
  22. The highest-price stock currently sold on the NYSE is Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, Class A (NYSE: BRK-A), which sells for around $136,015.02 (as of December 19, 2012).
  23. According to the World Bank, per capita income in the United States is nearly nine times the Chinese figure, which ranks 84th in the world, lower than Azerbaijan, Lebanon and Chile. China’s economy is one-third the size of the U.S.
  24. About 60 percent of wealthy Chinese were considering emigrating to other rich countries. The United States is a popular destination, in part because of a program called EB5 that offers visas to people who invest at least $1 million and create at least 10 jobs in the country. The number of applications from China has jumped nearly ninefold since 2007, up to 2,408 in 2011.
  25. As of 2011, at $15.094 trillion, the U.S. economy, as measured by GDP, is larger than the next two largest countries' economies combined, Japan ($5.867 trillion) and China ($7.298 trillion).
  26. During the past two years (2010-2011), the federal government charged at least 67 people involved with criminal cases of fraudulent or related dishonest conduct. The charges include securities fraud, ponzi, investment fraud, adviser fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, tax fraud, conspiracy, embezzlement, and theft while they worked for investment firms, such as Edward Jones, UBS, Smith Barney, ING Financial Partners, Merrill Lynch &. Co, MF Global Holdings Ltd., Credit Suisse Group AG, and Infinity Financial Group LLC. They stole at least $9,499,093,000 from their clients.
  27. The futures brokerage MF Global Holdings Ltd filed for bankruptcy protection on 10/31/2011, and hundreds of millions of dollars are missing from client account.
  28. In January 1980 gold hit $850 an ounce, it took until January 2008 before investors who bought at the high broke even. In the 1980s, the price plummeted about 65%. In 2008, gold lost more than 30% of its value. The price of an ounce of gold was $1,917.90, a set record on August 23, 2011.
  29. Insider trader, who provides inside trading information before the trade is made, involving a tipper and a tippee, is both a theft and a fraud.
  30. Many Chinese companies overstated their numbers to mislead people, especially U.S. investors and regulators. Ones of those are China Education Alliance (CEA) and China Media Express. CEA reported its "training center" had "17 modern classrooms" for 1,200 students; actually the "center" had no desks and was all but empty. The CEA' stock has plunged from $4.50 a share on November 26, 2010, to 76 cents on August 22, 2011 after the report was published. China Media Express, which inflated sales and profit, had its stock price collapsed, and trading in the shares was halted.
  31. There are about 370 Chinese companies that obtained U.S. listings since 2004 without the rigors of initial public offerings; as of August 2011 at least eight of these companies had their registrations revoked, and over 25 ones have also reported other problems, including accounting issues and auditor resignations.
  32. The average monthly pay in 2011 in China was $300, compared with monthly manufacturing wages of $120 in Vietnam. In 2010 Santa Clara, California-based Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, opened a $1 billion assembly and testing plant in Ho Chi Minh City. Finland-based Nokia, the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones, opened a plant in Vietnam to manufacture low-end phones in 2011. Gerry Weber International AG Germany’s second-largest maker of women’s clothing, is increasingly shifting production from China to Vietnam with cheaper labor.
  33. Since 1935, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed legislation creating the first U.S. Savings Bonds, which have encouraged savings and a broad participation by Americans. Today, billions of dollars in savings bonds have stopped earning interests, but haven't been crashed. If you still have one, you may need to cash or reinvest it so your money can start working for you again.
  34. There are ways you can get your IRA funds before retirement without penalty before age 59.5. If you meet some specific requirements, you can use your IRA to pay for medical expensive, health insurance, college, buying first home, disability, annuity payments, and military service.
  35. The U.S. has the world's largest gold reserve - more than 8000 metric tons, which is worth an estimated $288 billion (2/2010). German has 3400 metric tons of gold, which comes in second.
  36. Since 1971, the return on gold has been 8.86% a year, while the average return on stocks has been 9.76%.
  37. In terms of return on investment, buying a home at this time is actually not that great of an investment
  38. Japan is one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries, and experts believe Tokyo has a 90 percent chance of being hit by a major quake between today and 2060. There is a 67 percent chance for at least one earthquake of magnitude 7 or larger in the San Francisco Bay Area between 1990 and 2020. Most insurance companies do not cover home/building damaged by an earthquake
  39. Berkshire Hathaway is the most expensive U.S. stock, the price for one Class A share of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA) briefly topped $100,000 in October 2006. It was reached $100,425 again on August 4, 2009. It was lost 32% of its value in 2008. As of August 7, 2012, its price was $128,240.
  40. 2008 is the worst year of the stock market since 1937.  During 2008 there was around $10 trillion household wealth destroyed. Value wiped out from the Dow Jones Wilshire 5000 is around $7.3 trillion. Decline of the S&P 500 is 38.5% (loss around $4.8 trillion). The NASDAQ's loss is around 40.5%. The average loss among stock mutual funds is around 38%, and loss among bond mutual funds is around 8%
  41. In terms of returns in 2008, while investors lose money, investment bankers continue receiving bonus. They receive money based on how many investment deals they can push through, not on the quality of the deals or long-term strategy.
  42. Multinational life insurance companies, such as MetLife and Prudential, pocket hundreds of millions in profit that really belong to those who have lost family members.
  43. Currently retirement savers can contribute up to $16,500 to a tax-deferred 401(k), which jumps to $22,000 for those age 50 and older.
  44. The three oldest commodities exchanges in the US are Chicago Board of Trade established in 1848, Kansas City Board of Trade 1856, and New York Cotton Exchange 1870.
  45. The three oldest stock exchanges in the US are Philadelphia Stock Exchange established in 1790, New York Stock Exchange 1792, and Boston Stock Exchange 1834.
  46. The five oldest stock exchanges worldwide are Antwerp Bourse established in 1460, Lyons Bourse 1506, Toulouse Bourse 1549, Hamburg Bourse 1558, and London Royal Exchange 1571.
  47. A stock is considered to be a share of ownership in a company that can be bought, sold or traded. A bond is a loan to a company that can be bought, sold or traded.
  48. Families in the dark as life insurance companies hold billions in payouts, and earn interests.
  49. Never invest in a product that you don’t understand; be sure you have enough information before making an investment; and understand the risks involved.
  50. Always take advantage of your employer's 401k contributions.
  51. If you want to retire after many years working for the US Federal government, you can submit the completed SF 3107, FERS Application for Immediate Retirement, to your employing agency to apply for immediate retirement. You can obtain the form from your employing agency. You should give your agency at least 60 days notice before the date you intend to retire. Your agency will then complete the Schedule D, Agency Checklist of Immediate Retirement Procedures, and the SF 3107-1, Certified Summary of Federal Service, which are included in the SF 3107, FERS Application for Immediate Retirement.
  52. Social Security Administration (SSA) states it will never send a text asking for a return call to an unknown number. SSA will only send text messages if you have opted in to receive texts from the agency and only in limited situations, including the following:
    • When you have requested or subscribed to receive updates and notifications from Social Security by text.
    • As part of Social Security's enhanced security when accessing your personal my Social Security account.
    • Social Security said it will never:
      • Threaten you with arrest or other legal action unless you immediately pay a fine or fee.
      • Promise a benefit increase or other assistance in exchange for payment.
      • Require payment by retail gift card, wire transfer, internet currency, or by mailing cash.
      • Send official letters or reports containing your personal information via email.
    • If an individual owes money to Social Security, the agency will mail a letter with payment options and appeal rights. "You should never pay a government fee or fine using retail gift cards, cash, internet currency, wire transfers, or pre-paid debit cards," the agency wrote.

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Austria 60 65 7 1
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Denmark 65 68 35 9
France 62 65 12 1
Germany 65 67 23 3
Greece 58 67 18 4
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Netherlands 60 67 22 3
Norway 62 67 33 7
Spain 60 65 22 0
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Age To Receive Full Social Security Benefits
1937 or earlier
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943 - 1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960 and later
65
65 and 2 months
65 and 4 months
65 and 6 months
65 and 8 months
65 and 10 months
66
66 and 2 months
66 and 4 months
66 and 6 months
66 and 8 months
66 and 10 months
67



Average 401(k) Balance by Age
Age Range 401k Saving Age Range 401k Saving
20 to 29 $11,800 50 to 59 $174,100
30 to 39 $42,400 60 to 69 $195,500
40 to 49 $102,700    

Investment Management
  1. Abner, Herrman and Brock Inc.
  2. Advisor Partners, LLC
  3. Alaric Capital LLC
  4. Alder Capital
  5. Alpha Capital Management
  6. Aperio Group LLC
  7. Ashfield
  8. ASI Wealth Management
  9. Atlantic Capital Management, LLC
  10. Atlantic Financial
  11. Australia's Queensland Investment Corporation
  12. Avalon Capital Management
  13. AXA Investment Managers
  14. B.C. Ziegler and Company
  15. Badgley, Phelps and Bell
  16. Bailard
  17. Baker Ellis Asset Management LLC
  18. Baker Street Advisors, LLC
  19. Barrett Capital Management, LLC
  20. Bartlett Weath Management
  21. Beam Weath Advisors, Inc.
  22. Bedrock Capital Management, Inc.
  23. Bernstein and Co., Inc.
  24. Bill Few Associates, Inc.
  25. Brandes Investment Partners, L.P.
  26. British Columbia Investment Corporation
  27. Brown Advisory
  28. Cambiar Investors
  29. Campbell Newman Asset Management
  30. Capital Group Companies
  31. Capital Investment Services of America, Inc.
  32. Cavalry Capital
  33. Century Management
  34. Charles Fish Investments, Inc.
  35. Chestnut Hill Partners
  36. Chuck Hughes
  37. Church House Trust
  38. ClearPath Capital Partners
  39. Close Brothers Asset Management
  40. Cofunds Limited
  41. Cohen & Steers Capital Advisors, LLC
  42. Condor Capital
  43. Contravisory Research & Management
  44. Cornerstone Group
  45. Cutler and Company, LLC
  46. Dominion Partners, L.C.
  47. Driehaus Capital Management, Inc.
  48. DSM Capital Partners LLC Investment Group
  49. E1 Asset Management, Inc.
  50. Eads and Heald Investment Counsel
  51. Equity Trustees
  52. Evanson Asset Management
  53. Excalibur Management Corporation
  54. Fidelity Institutional Asset Management
  55. FISN
  56. Flippin, Bruce and Porter, Inc.
  57. Forum Capital Partners LLC
  58. Frank Capital Partners LLC
  59. Freestone Capital Management
  60. Gerstein, Fisher & Associates, Inc.
  61. GF Geneva Finance SA
  62. Gluskin Sheff and Associates
  63. Godsey & Gibb Weath Management
  64. Green Investment Management
  65. Grunden Financial Advisory, Inc.
  66. Harper Bernays
  67. Hartford Investment Management Company
  68. Horizon Investment Services
  69. Hotchkis and Wiley Capital Management
  70. IMEPOWER Investment Group
  71. Individual Asset Management, Inc.
  72. Ivan Gelfand
  73. J. Zechner Associates Inc.
  74. J.E. Wilson Advisors, LLC
  75. Knightsbridge Advisers
  76. Lang Asset Management, Inc.
  77. Lasure Capital Management
  78. Lathrop Investment Management Corporation
  79. Loring, Wolcott and Coolidge Office
  80. LSV Asset Management
  81. Marcuard Family Office
  82. Marque Millennium Capital Management
  83. Marvin & Palmer
  84. Mission Management & Trust Co.
  85. Money Concepts
  86. Montanaro Investment Managers
  87. Montgomery Investment Management Inc.
  88. Moore Wealth Inc
  89. Muskoka Financial Inc.
  90. Net2invest
  91. New Amsterdam Partners LLC
  92. Newton Fund Managers Ltd
  93. North American Management Corporation
  94. North Capital, LLC
  95. North Star Asset Management
  96. Nuveen
  97. Old Mutual Limited
  98. Parsons Capital Management
  99. Peapack Private Wealth Management
  100. Pearson Capital, Inc.
  101. Pendragon Capital Management
  102. Philadelphia Trust Company
  103. Pitcairn Company
  104. Polaris Capital Management, Inc.
  105. Potomac Fund Management
  106. R .C .Brown Investment Management plc
  107. Sadoff Investment Management LLC
  108. Sage Financial Group
  109. Schnieders Capital Management, LLC
  110. See Money
  111. Seilern Investment Management Ltd.
  112. Shaker Investments
  113. Signia Capital Management
  114. SPARX Asset Management Co., Ltd.
  115. Stepp & Rothwell, Inc.
  116. Stonebridge Capital Management Incorporated
  117. Storkey & Co Limited
  118. Tag Associates, Ltd
  119. The Fry Group
  120. The Invico Group
  121. The Kessler Companies
  122. Tsai Capital Corporation
  123. Tweedy, Browne Company LLC
  124. Uhlmann Price Securities, LLC
  125. Vanguard Investments
  126. Vaughn Woods Investment Management
  127. Veer Equity
  128. Westwood Holdings Group
  129. Wibanks Smith, & Thomas Asset Management, LLC
  130. Windsor Asset Management
  131. Wrap Manager, Inc.



Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)
Source: tsp.gov - Daily Share Prices

2024

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.34 -0.19 1.68 -2.41 -0.22
February 0.33 -1.41 5.34 6.03 2.74
March 0.38 0.87 3.22 3.33 3.36
April 0.35 -2.47 -4.08 -6.46 -3.17
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June ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
July ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
August ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
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November ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
December ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
Year-to-Date 1.41 -3.20 6.03 0.01 2.60
Last 12 Months 4.36 -1.50 22.62 21.03 8.69

2023

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.34 3.25 6.28 10.82 8.43
February 0.28 -2.58 -2.44 -1.63 -2.84
March 0.35 2.55 3.67 -2.90 3.11
April 0.30 0.60 1.56 -2.18 2.87
May 0.31 -1.10 0.43 0.44 -4.01
June 0.32 -0.36 6.61 8.31 4.57
July 0.34 -0.07 3.21 5.91 2.82
August 0.35 -0.63 -1.58 -4.06 -3.90
September 0.35 -2.54 -4.77 -4.90 -3.51
October 0.40 -1.58 -2.10 -6.26 -3.22
November 0.41 4.51 9.12 11.19 8.54
December 0.39 3.72 4.54 10.45 5.39
Year-to-Date 4.22 5.58 26.25 25.30 18.38
Last 12 Months 4.22 5.58 26.25 25.30 18.38

2022

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.13 -2.09 -5.18 -10.07 -3.96
February 0.14 -1.08 -2.99 0.03 -2.61
March 0.17 -2.73 3.72 0.90 -0.33
April 0.20 -3.75 -8.72 -10.57 -6.39
May 0.21 1.13 -1.65 -3.53 1.19
June 0.29 -1.94 -6.55 -7.95 -8.21
July 0.26 2.47 9.22 10.32 5.15
August 0.25 -2.80 -4.08 -2.08 -5.79
September 0.28 -4.31 -9.21 -9.91 -9.40
October 0.34 -1.26 8.10 8.59 5.98
November 0.35 3.70 5.58 3.59 13.72
December 0.32 -0.65 -5.78 -6.55 -1.85
Year-to-Date 2.98 -12.83 -18.13 -26.26 -13.94
Last 12 Months 2.98 -12.83 -18.13 -26.26 -13.94

2021

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.07 -0.71 -1.01 2.85 -1.09
February 0.08 -1.45 2.76 5.21 2.26
March 0.11 -1.23 4.38 -0.39 2.35
April 0.13 0.82 5.33 4.23 3.09
May 0.13 0.34 0.69 -0.66 3.61
June 0.12 0.74 2.33 3.46 -1.44
July 0.13 1.15 2.37 -1.24 0.72
August 0.11 -1.18 3.03 2.00 1.76
September 0.11 -0.86 -4.65 -4.00 -2.81
October 0.13 -0.04 7.0 5.43 2.46
November 0.13 0.30 -0.69 -5.03 -4.66
December 0.12 -0.32 4.48 0.58 5.10
Year-to-Date 1.38 -1.46 28.68 12.45 11.45
Last 12 Months 1.38 -1.46 28.68 12.45 11.45

2020

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.17 1.91 -0.04 -0.62 -2.73
February 0.13 1.82 -8.24 -8.01 -7.74
March 0.11 -0.64 -12.40 -21.40 -13.87
April 0.07 1.78 12.81 15.81 6.42
May 0.06 0.46 4.76 8.79 4.50
June 0.06 0.63 1.99 4.00 3.44
July 0.06 1.49 5.46 5.71 2.33
August 0.05 -0.81 7.19 7.20 5.12
September 0.06 -0.03 -3.80 -3.04 -2.60
October 0.06 -0.42 -2.66 0.50 -3.97
November 0.07 0.99 10.95 18.26 15.54
December 0.07 0.14 3.84 7.24 4.64
Year-to-Date 0.97 7.50 18.31 31.85 8.17
Last 12 Months 0.97 7.50 18.31 31.85 8.17

2019

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.23 1.07 8.01 11.64 6.60
February 0.20 -0.06 3.21 4.98 2.55
March 0.23 1.93 1.95 -1.03 0.71
April 0.21 0.02 4.05 3.69 2.92
May 0.21 1.77 -6.36 -6.99 -4.69
June 0.19 1.26 7.04 6.80 5.94
July 0.18 0.21 1.44 1.64 -2.09
August 0.18 2.6 -1.59 -4.19 -1.77
September 0.14 -0.54 1.87 1.06 2.87
October 0.14 0.28 2.16 1.93 3.60
November 0.14 -0.05 3.63 4.54 1.15
December 0.16 -0.08 3.01 2.15 3.24
Year-to-Date 2.24 8.68 31.45 27.97 22.47
Last 12 Months 2.24 8.68 31.45 27.97 22.47

2018

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.20 -1.14 5.72 3.34 5.00
February 0.21 -0.96 -3.69 -3.79 -5.07
March 0.24 0.65 -2.55 0.69 -0.76
April 0.23 -0.73 0.38 0.28 2.01
May 0.24 0.73 2.41 4.85 -2.13
June 0.24 -0.10 0.61 0.86 -1.20
July 0.25 0.04 3.72 1.64 2.45
August 0.26 0.67 3.26 4.57 -1.91
September 0.24 -0.62 0.57 -1.76 0.91
October 0.26 -0.78 -6.84 -10.06 -7.94
November 0.26 0.62 2.04 1.92 -0.13
December 0.26 1.84 -9.03 -10.70 -4.82
Year-to-Date 2.91 0.15 -4.41 -9.26 -13.43
Last 12 Months 2.91 0.15 -4.41 -9.26 -13.43

2017

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.20 0.23 1.90 2.16 2.89
February 0.18 0.71 3.97 2.45 1.44
March 0.20 -0.01 0.12 -0.08 2.85
April 0.20 0.81 1.03 1.15 2.62
May 0.19 0.81 1.41 -0.77 3.76
June 0.19 -0.09 0.62 2.33 -0.18
July 0.19 0.43 2.05 1.11 2.88
August 0.19 0.91 0.30 -0.41 -0.03
September 0.17 -0.48 2.06 4.26 2.52
October 0.19 0.07 2.33 1.41 1.54
November 0.19 -0.11 3.07 2.90 1.06
December 0.20 0.48 1.11 0.47 1.60
Year-to-Date 2.33 3.82 21.82 18.22 25.42
Last 12 Months 2.33 3.82 21.82 18.22 25.42

2016

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.19 1.49 -4.96 -8,72 -5.62
February 0.15 0.68 0.12 0.50 -2.82
March 0.15 0.93 6.79 8.24 6.59
April 0.14 0.41 0.39 1.73 1.89
May 0.15 0.08 1.80 1.81 0.27
June 0.15 1.80 0.26 -0.13 -3.33
July 0.13 0.64 3.69 5.40 5.07
August 0.13 -0.11 0.14 0.80 0.08
September 0.13 -0.04 0.02 0.90 1.24
October 0.14 -0.74 -1.82 -3.86 -2.03
November 0.16 -2.35 3.71 7.95 -1.99
December 0.20 0.16 1.98 1.81 3.44
Year-to-Date 1.82 2.91 12.01 16.35 2.10
Last 12 Months 1.82 2.91 12.01 16.35 2.10


2015

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.18 2.13 -2.99 -1.85 1.19
February 0.13 -0.91 5.75 6.05 5.97
March 0.16 0.47 -1.57 1.24 -1.43
April 0.15 -0.28 0.96 -1.50 4.11
May 0.17 -0.26 1.29 1.84 -0.42
June 1.17 -1.07 -1.93 -0.71 -2.80
July 0.19 0.74 2.10 -0.12 2.08
August 0.18 -0.11 -6.03 -5.80 -7.36
September 0.18 0.75 -2.47 -4.80 -5.02
October 0.17 0.02 8.45 5.61 7.07
November 0.17 -0.24 0.31 1.75 -0.86
December 0.18 -0.30 -1.57 -3.91 -2.03
Year-to-Date 2.04 0.91 1.46 -2.92 -0.51
Last 12 Months 2.04 0.91 1.46 -2.92 -0.51

2014

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.21 1.58 -3.45 -1.91 -4.03
February 0.18 0.62 4.58 5.43 5.58
March 0.19 -0.15 0.85 -0.69 -0.57
April 0.20 0.90 0.75 -2.47 1.51
May 0.20 1.21 2.35 1.52 1.72
June 0.19 0.14 2.07 4.45 0.99
July 0.19 -0.19 -1.37 -4,38 -1.95
August 0.20 1.12 4.01 4.98 -0.14
September 0.18 -0.58 1.40 -5.10 -3.82
October 0.20 0.96 2.45 4.11 -0.63
November 0.17 0.74 2.70 1.33 0.51
December 0.18 0.21 -0.24 0.99 -4.13
Year-to-Date 2.31 6.73 13.78 7.80 -5.27
Last 12 Months 2.31 6.73 13.78 7.80 -5.27

2013

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.13 -0.56 5.18 6.96 4.45
February 0.13 0.51 1.36 1.00 -0.99
March 0.13 0.07 3.75 4.69 0.88
April 0.12 1.02 1.93 0.65 5.32
May 0.12 -1.78 2.34 2.71 -3.12
June 0.14 -1.53 -1.34 -0.99 -2.77
July 0.18 0.13 5.10 6.88 5.29
August 0.18 -0.48 -2.89 -2.76 -1.31
September 0.19 0.99 3.14 5.89 7.41
October 0.19 0.89 4.60 2.94 3.38
November 0.18 -0.35 3.05 2.49 0.75
December 0.19 -0.56 2.54 2.94 1.51
Year-to-Date 1.89 -1.68 32.45 38.35 22.13
Last 12 Months 1.89 -1.68 32.45 38.35 22.13

2012

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.13 0.88 4.50 7.59 5.36
February 0.12 0.05 4.34 3.99 5.14
March 0.14 -0.61 3.30 2.30 0.13
April 0.15 1.12 -0.62 -0.71 -1.87
May 0.14 0.91 -5.99 -6.91 -11.14
June 0.11 0.05 4.13 3.25 7.08
July 0.12 1.38 1.40 -0.62 0.56
August 0.11 0.07 2.25 3.57 3.29
September 0.10 0.15 2.57 2.51 2.96
October 0.12 0.20 -1.86 -1.31 0.85
November 0.11 0.16 0.57 1.53 2.41
December 0.12 -0.13 0.91 2.69 4.02
Year-to-Date 1.47 4.29 16.07 18.57 18.62
Last 12 Months 1.47 4.29 16.07 18.57 18.62

2011

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.24 0.13 2.37 1.23 2.41
February 0.22 0.26 3.42 4.52 3.33
March 0.26 0.06 0.04 2.06 -2.23
April 0.25 1.28 2.96 2.94 6.03
May 0.25 1.31 -1.13 -1.27 -2.90
June 0.21 -0.30 -1.67 -2.35 -1.16
July 0.22 1.59 -2.04 -3.14 -1.60
August 0.19 1.45 -5.44 -8.12 -9.03
September 0.16 0.73 -7.03 -10.73 -10.55
October 0.14 0.11 10.93 14.09 9.48
November 0.14 0.01 -0.21 -0.51 -2.46
December 0.15 1.01 1.04 -0.04 -2.0
Year-to-Date 2.45 7.89 2.11 -3.38 -11.81
Last 12 Months 2.45 7.89 2.11 -3.38 -11.81

2010

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.29 1.54 -3.60 -2.43 -5.17
February 0.24 0.38 3.11 4.89 0.06
March 0.27 -0.11 6.04 7.39 6.28
April 0.28 1.07 1.58 4.82 -2.35
May 0.28 0.85 -7.99 -7.51 -11.20
June 0.24 1.56 -5.24 -6.90 -1.75
July 0.23 1.07 7.01 7.00 10.78
August 0.22 1.28 -4.51 -5.59 -3.14
September 0.17 0.17 8.92 11.71 9.81
October 0.18 0.36 3.80 4.48 3.63
November 0.17 -0.57 0.01 3.00 -4.84
December 0.20 -1.05 6.68 7.38 8.12
Year-to-Date 2.81 6.71 15.06 29.06 7.94
Last 12 Months 2.81 6.71 15.06 29.06 7.94

2009

G Fund
%   
F Fund
%   
C Fund
%   
S Fund
%   
I Fund
%   

January 0.19 -0.86 -8.41 -8.19 -11.93
February 0.21 -0.39 -10.64 -10.22 -10.23
March 0.24 1.38 8.81 8.64 7.20
April 0.21 0.49 9.58 15.00 12.13
May 0.25 0.78 5.60 3.97 13.41
June 0.27 0.54 0.24 0.73 -1.08
July 0.28 1.59 7.58 8.66 9.74
August 0.28 1.03 3.62 3.85 4.87
September 0.26 1.07 3.74 5.94 3.79
October 0.26 0.51 -1.86 -5.51 -2.41
November 0.26 1.30 6.00 3.85 3.16
December 0.25 -1.55 1.94 6.57 1.43
Annual Return 2.97 5.99 26.68 34.85 30.04

The TSP is a retirement savings plan for civilians who are employed by the United States Government and members of the uniformed services. A choice of investment funds:
–   US Government Securities Investment (G) Fund
–   Fixed Income Index Investment (F) Fund (invested in the Barclays U.S. Debt Index Fund/Lehman Brothers U.S. Aggregate bond index)
–   Common Stock Index Investment (C) Fund (invested in the Barclays Equity Index Fund/S&P 500 stock index)
–   Small Capitalization Stock Index Investment (S) Fund (invested in the Barclays Extended Market Index Fund/Dow Jones Wilshire 4500 Completion stock index)
–   International Stock Index Investment (I) Fund (invested in the Barclays EAFE Index Fund/EAFE - Europe, Australasia, Far East - stock index)
–   TSP: Daily Rate & Share Price History.
–  
TSP: Calculating Periodic Returns and Compound Annual Returns.


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  2. Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena
  3. Banco Bradesco
  4. Banco Santander
  5. Bank of China (BOC International Holdings)
  6. Bank of Communications (BOCOM International Holdings)
  7. BBVA
  8. Berenberg Bank
  9. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC World Markets)
  10. China CITIC Bank
  11. China Construction Bank (CCB International Holdings)
  12. CIMB
  13. Commerzbank
  14. Crédit Agricole
  15. Daiwa Securities
  16. DBS Bank (Capital Markets Group)
  17. Desjardins Group (Desjardins Capital Markets)
  18. Handelsbanken
  19. ICICI Bank
  20. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC International Holdings)
  21. ING Group
  22. Intesa Sanpaolo (Banca IMI)
  23. İş Bankası (Is Investment)
  24. Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA)
  25. BTG Pactual
  26. KBC Bank
  27. KeyCorp (KeyBanc Capital Markets)
  28. Kotak Mahindra Bank
  29. Laurentian Bank of Canada (Laurentian Bank Securities)
  30. Lloyds Banking Group (Lloyds Bank Wholesale Banking & Markets)
  31. M&T Bank
  32. Macquarie Group
  33. Maybank
  34. Mediobanca
  35. Mizuho Financial Group
  36. National Bank of Canada (National Bank Financial Markets)
  37. Natixis
  38. Nordea
  39. PNC Financial Services (Harris Williams & Company)
  40. Rabobank
  41. RHB Bank
  42. Sanlam
  43. Sberbank
  44. Scotiabank (Scotia Capital)
  45. SEB
  46. Société Générale
  47. Standard Bank
  48. Standard Chartered Bank
  49. State Bank of India (SBI Capital Markets)
  50. Stifel Financial (Stifel Nicolaus)
  51. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
  52. SunTrust (Robinson Humphrey)
  53. TD Securities
  54. Truist Financial
  55. UniCredit (UBM)
  56. VTB Bank (VTB Capital)


Capital Markets Firms
  1. BDO International (BDO Capital Advisors)
  2. Berkery, Noyes & Co
  3. BG Capital
  4. BGR Capital & Trade
  5. Brewin Dolphin
  6. Capital One (Capital One Securities)
  7. Deloitte (Deloitte Corporate Finance)
  8. Duff & Phelps
  9. Ernst & Young (Ernst & Young Capital Advisors)
  10. Hagan Capital Group
  11. KPMG (KPMG Corporate Finance)
  12. Marlin & Associates
  13. PwC (PwC Corporate Finance)
  14. ROTH Capital Partners
  15. Sheshunoff Management Services
  16. Transparent Value



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