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The Market’s Been Falling. I’m Putting My Money in Stocks Anyway

What to do when stock prices fall?  In this recent opinion piece for the New York Times, Jeff Sommer offers his suggestions.

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China Is Investing In Developing Countries – What Is It Really Up To?

Writing on the London School of Economics Business Review’s blog, Isabella Neuweg looks at current trends in the Chinese economy.  Where is the country investing?  How has it made a impact in developing countries and energy infrastructure?

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Jeremy Siegel: Why the Stock Market Slip Is Not a Slide

Professor Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School discusses the recent ebbs and flows of the stock market. Read the transcript from the Knowledge@Wharton radio show on SiriusXM.

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Passive Beats Active Management

Writing for the London Business School Review, Professor Steven Schaefer weighs in on active vs. passive investment management.  To analyze the topic, he highlights his 2017 conversation with Nobel Prize winner Professor Eugene Fama, which took place at the London Business School’s 3rd Annual Insight Summit Conference.

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Hearts, Minds and Money: Maximizing Charitable Giving

Why do people give to charity?  How do people choose which charities to support? Knowledge@Wharton recently interviewed Wharton Professor Deborah Small regarding her current research on charitable giving.

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How To Avoid A Shark Attack

What does a shark attack look like for an investor?  How can one safely navigate through rough seas to obtain financial goals?  Are sharks circling now? Jeffrey Kleintop, CFA, Senior Vice President, Chief Global Investment Strategist for Charles Schwab recently addressed this topic for Schwab’s Market Commentary. 

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Money Habits Are Set by Age 7. Teach Your Kids the Value of a Dollar Now

Author and finance commentator Beth Kobliner recently teamed up with Making Sense on the PBS NewsHour to look at financial habits and the importance of financial literacy.  According to Kobliner, parents should make conversations about money part of everyday dialogue from as early as age 3.

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How to Invest With a Conscience (and Still Make Money)

Impact investing is an often-discussed topic for many investors.  Writing for the New York Times, Paul Sullivan shares the wisdom of those individuals and organizations who are shaping the future of social investing.

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3 Investing Mistakes to Avoid

The recent turbulence in the markets can put an investor on edge.  How should one navigate choppy waters? Ben Johnson, CFA offers his advice in this recent article published by Morningstar.com

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How Richard Thaler’s ‘Simple Insights’ Led to a Nobel Prize

The 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Professor Richard Thaler for his work in behavioral economics. Following this award, Knowledge@Wharton interviewed Wharton Professor and behavioral economist Katherine Milkman to better understand the impact of Thaler’s work.

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