The Belmont Stakes offers the chance for California Chrome to become horse racing’s first Triple Crown winner since 1978. Win or lose he is destined for nice life after racing as he will surely command enormous stud fees that will enrich his owner’s. We will certainly be watching and rooting for him.
Here are some financial articles that I’ve read lately that you might find interesting and useful.
Stan Haithcock offers some great insights for annuity holders in How to evaluate your annuity contract at Market Watch.
There is a new king in terms of 401(k) assets as reported in Vanguard Passes Fidelity to Become Number One in 401(k) Assets at Bloomberg.
Jim Blankenship shares Mechanics of 401(k) Plans – Loans shedding light on this often misunderstood aspect of 401(k) plans at Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row.
Scott Holsopple explains What to Do With ‘Orphaned’ 401(k)s at US News.
Russ Thornton discusses The Lifestyle Cost Of High Investment Expenses at Wealthcare for Women.
Michael Zhuang declares Variable Annuity: Bad Investment! at Investment Scientist.
Mike Piper of Oblivious Investor always does an excellent job of explaining complex topics in easy to understand terms, so consider checking out his latest book.
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