Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.

Warren Buffett shares the secrets to wealth in America (Time). For one of the greatest investors ever, the future has always looked bright.

Fixing a broken retirement withdrawal plan (Financial Advisor). Deep dive look at what to do when you’ve been withdrawing too much.

The risks of buying a home that’s too big (Wall Street Journal). Buying too much house usually leads to lots of extra expenses.

How to ‘death clean’ your finances (USA TODAY). Brutal terminology, but a good idea.

The impossible reality of long-term care planning (Kiplinger). It isn’t an all or nothing decision.

And from the blogosphere…

Upside risk management (A Wealth of Common Sense). Trying too hard to manage the downside can make you miss out on the upside.

My favorite charts (The Irrelevant Investor). For those who love data, here are various financial snapshots that should be of interest.

The dreaded sequence of returns (The Maven). Average annual returns can look appealing, but very few years are average.

Making history by doing nothing (Collaborative Fund). Oftentimes, whether playing goalie or investing, the best course of action is to stay put.

Should you retire before your spouse? (Vanguard Blog). It can work, as long as you plan well.

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