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

Why Robert Shiller is worried about the Trump rally (Bloomberg). There are a number of valuation metrics; his is flashing a warning sign.

Fixed index annuities: ‘Magical’ or ‘unsuitable’? (Philadelphia Inquirer). One of the most problematic products in “…an area of increasing complexity…and one in which there is a lot of room for mischief.”

The big reason many retirees run out of money (MarketWatch). No one knows how long they’ll live. When planning for retirement, better to err on the long side.

More than 40% of Americans are wrong about their retirement preparedness. Are you among them? (Time). Some are foolishly overconfident, others are needlessly worried. Here’s where MoneyGuidePro can help.

Five steps to age-proof your retirement healthcare costs (Reuters). Good health is good for your wealth.

And from the blogosphere…

Investing when no one really knows what to do (A Wealth of Common Sense). There’s a certain tension most investors live with. Here are some ideas for dialing it down.

Seven psychological quirks that destroy investment returns (Monevator). How to overcome the investing obstacle in the mirror.

Top 5 regrets of the dying (Becoming Minimalist). If you read just one of the articles in this week’s roundup, read this one.

3 common Medigap questions answered (Next Avenue). Medicare can be quite a maze. Here’s how to navigate decisions about supplemental coverage.

Get dental work before you retire (Squared Away). Some practical advice that may save you some money.

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