Award-winning personal finance reporter and HumbleDollar editor, Jonathan Clements is lowering his expectations for future market returns and rebalancing his portfolio to reflect new financial realities
Veteran personal finance journalist Jonathan Clements explains why the most successful approach to dealing with turbulent markets is to stay invested.
NEW THIS WEEK:
How do you raise financially responsible children in an instant gratification, consumer-oriented culture? Award-winning personal finance journalist Jonathan Clements shares his common sense How to Think About Money approach.
All about money. How to think about if, spend it, invest it wisely and avoid losing it with Jonathan Clements, award winning author of How to Think About Money and Spencer Jakab, columnist and editor at The Wall Street Journal and author of Heads I Win, Tails I Win.
As it’s pledge season on public television, this week on WEALTHTRACK we are re-visiting a program about the unique difficulties women face in achieving long-term financial security. Two award-winning financial advisors explain what every woman needs to know to build a financial plan to last a lifetime.
New here on WEALTHTRACK.com this week: The Wall Street Journal’s must read personal finance columnist, Jonathan Clements has distilled twenty-five years of experience into one, soon to be published e-book and hard cover. His Jonathan Clements Money Guide 2015 will be finished and ready to go at the stroke of midnight on December 31st. There is much to celebrate.
What do you need to be aware of when you are choosing a financial advisor? What are the hidden costs? Is it better to pay a commission or a percentage of your assets? Two top personal finance journalists, Jason Zweig and Jonathan Clements, both now at The Wall Street Journal, discuss getting good financial advice. […]