This tough economy is leading more people to tap their retirement accounts for emergency cash. But the short-term fix can mean a long-term loss for your retirement.
It’s tempting to stay in the perceived safety of cash and the short end, but financial advisors and bond market watchers say investors who have their liquidity needs covered should…
A combination of inflation and post-lockdown “revenge spending” has chipped away at what people can afford to sock away in the bank.
There's a lot of numbers to weigh when it comes to retirement — but what's your number?
Robert Gilliland shares his insights on todays bond market on CNBC.
Houston businesses and consumers should expect borrowing costs to remain near current levels until inflation comes down further.
Robert Gilliland provides input on how retirees can recover financially from Covid-19. Check it out on MarketWatch!
Creating a paycheck in retirement isn’t just about collecting stock dividends and bond interest. But selling stocks to cover living expenses in a volatile market can be fraught — all…
Robert Gilliland discusses how inflation, higher gas prices, the bear market and the pandemic make saving for retirement challenging in U.S. News and World report.
This old-school investing strategy ‘hasn’t been in fashion’ in recent years. Now it’s beating the S&P 500 by 19 percentage points
The classic “Dogs of the Dow” strategy has come up short lately. But over longer periods, buying the highest-yielding stocks in the Dow has been a winning strategy.