These investments are mainly offered to the wealthy, but small investors can get in on some.
In a nutshell, blame the factory settings in the human brain for investors' lousy returns.
You don't have to be an idiot to make these mistakes -- or a genius to fix them.
Investors should be protected from advice that leads them to make costly decisions.
The cost of fright night can haunt even the Grim Reaper. Don't get spooked into overspending.
Forget the flashy actively managed funds. For retirement, the Obamas use index funds.
Financial professionals and investment managers around the world feel that the global economy will expand in 2013.
The Fed will continue buying long-term Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities under QE3 in 2013. What does that mean for CD rates?
The euro-area countries are like temperamental actors who don't like the script in this melodrama.
Do low-interest loans interest American consumers?