This week’s picks for the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web — a day early this week because we'll have DAA and Sector Rotation strategy updates tomorrow.

Smart trading for those who seldom trade (Wall Street Journal). Beware the market order.

Make your retirement savings last a lifetime (Kiplinger). “Dynamic” drawdown strategies that adjust as circumstances change.

Retirement countdown (Fidelity). Five key questions to answer about five years before retirement.

More aging parents move in with their kids (MarketWatch). Hey, your adult kids moved back in with you for a time. Isn’t turnabout fair play?

How to work less without giving up your career (Time). The phased retirement is catching on.

And from the blogosphere…

From great to good (A Wealth of Common Sense). A great investment strategy isn’t so great if you can’t stick with it.

On the extremes (Pragmatic Capitalism). The dangers of being always bearish, or always bullish.

The US falls into deflation for the first time since the Great Recession (Quartz). But it’s important to understand the difference between the headline consumer price index and the core consumer price index.

Comparisons with others can obscure our own goals (Sketch Guy – a NY Times blog). With it comes to finances, only one comparison matters.

Should my giving be a secret? (Generous Church). Maybe we shouldn’t be so secretive about generosity after all.

We’d love to hear your responses to any of the above. To weigh in, just meet us in the comments section.