This week’s picks for the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
Lessons from the long bull market (Morningstar). And how they apply to bear markets.
You only get one shot at retirement: Plan accordingly (Washington Post). Lessons from those who know.
6 strategies to extend savings without working longer (NY Times). Maybe you won’t have to work until you’re 90.
Global reflation vs. deflation (Fidelity). How Fidelity sees the market right now.
This overlooked strategy can boost your retirement savings (Time). A twist on the backdoor Roth IRA.
And from the blogosphere…
No! The Dow death cross! (oh, never mind) (Bloomberg View). It makes for scary headlines, but fear not.
How two of history’s greatest investors deal with losses (The Reformed Broker). Down markets are where the best investors really shine.
What rising rates won’t do (Indexology Blog). Questioning the conventional wisdom about rate hikes.
Waiting for normal (The Irrelevant Investor). What if there’s no such thing as a normal market?
The recency effect and investors (The Big Picture). One of the greatest threats to rational thinking—about investing and more.
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