When I first started reading about personal finance, Jonathan Clements (writing for The Wall Street Journal at the time) was one of my favorite writers. After a several-year hiatus, Clements began writing for WSJ again this year. You can find a collection of his articles here.
This week, in an interview with Vanguard, Clements argues that today is a great time to be an investor:
- The Best of Times? A Conversation with Jonathan Clements from Vanguard
- S&P 500: A Great 2nd Place Index Fund from Rick Ferri
- Where to Stash Your Cash to Make More from Allan Roth
- On Turning Down Investment Opportunities from Ben Carlson
- Merrill Edge + Bank of America = Free Trades + Free Checking from The Finance Buff
- Spreadsheets and Sequence of Returns Risk from Dirk Cotton
- The Power and Limitations of Monte Carlo Simulations from David Blanchett and Wade Pfau
- Brokerage Firms Are Paying Cash for Your Money from Allan Roth
Other Money-Related Articles
- Biggest Money Mistakes Wealthy People Make from Mandi Woodruff
- Jim Dahle on Dominating a Blog Niche (at The Daily Interview)
- Lending Club is Not a Bank from Matt Levine
- Tax Court Sides with IRS on Taxability of Frequent Flyer Miles Issued by Citibank from Kelly Phillips Erb
Thanks for reading!