Results from the latest Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Investor Pulse Poll.
The poll surveyed 1,000 U.S. households of high net worth individuals, a third of which had investible assets of $1 million or more. Ninety-one percent of those polled believe they are on the right path to achieve long-term financial goals, the top three being:
There are options to consider that will make these extra dollars work harder and last longer.
Successful money management will not only make you feel good about having your finances under control, it will also ensure both your short-term and long-term financial wellbeing.
One thing that everyone can work toward in 2018 is organizing finances to make sure they are working for you.
There are times when the yield curve becomes inverted, which means you can get a higher interest rate or yield on a shorter-term bond than a longer-term bond.
By clarifying how you want to live out your retirement, you’ll have a better sense of how much you need to save.
A well-thought-out plan can help you define, articulate and take steps toward achieving your long-term financial goals.
As Alan Gotthardt, author of The Eternity Portfolio said, “Investing money is the process of committing resources in a strategic way to accomplish a specific objective.”
Social screening, shareholder advocacy, and community investing each provide a way for investors to express their values. Each channel has strengths and limitations.
While your credit score plays a crucial role in the strength of your loan application, it’s not the only factor lenders consider, and a less-than-stellar credit score won’t necessarily disqualify you from funding.
While instant wealth is fun to think about, it is elusive. Wealth looks like it was created overnight when it was actually created through years of hard work.