This week’s picks for the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.

As bond bear market beckons, veterans tell tales of the unknown (Bloomberg). Very few bond pros have lived through a bond bear market. Here are five who have.

How a Roth IRA conversion can help you pass on more wealth (Time). There are a lot of moving parts in this decision. Here’s how to think it through.

A hierarchy for retirement savings (Morningstar). Should you save for retirement via your workplace 401(k) plan, an IRA, or both?

An account that can keep your retirement savings healthy (CNBC). With the benefits of a traditional and a Roth IRA, what’s not to like about Health Savings Accounts?

Kroc’s giving, like McDonald’s meals, was fast and super-sized (NY Times). A peak inside the wealth-building and philanthropic activities of the couple behind McDonald’s.

And from the blogosphere…

Love Trump? Hate him? That’s no way to invest (Bloomberg View). Don’t let your assumptions get ahead of the facts—alternative or otherwise!

The many uncertainties involved with retirement planning (A Wealth of Common Sense). It’s not a one-time proposition, which is why we at SMI are so happy to be able to make the MoneyGuidePro software available to so many of our members.

Did I say that? (Humble Dollar). Fourteen things financial journalists won’t tell you.

Don’t let fear stop you from end-of-life planning (Next Avenue). A little planning now could save your loved ones from having to make tough decisions later.

How to read (Collaborative Fund). What good books have you read lately?

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