Oh, you came for the links? Ok, here is what I found this week:
What's with Gillette? It is a company Motley Fool says you can hold forever, the type of stock that belongs in your retirement portfolio. Many people are high on dividend investing--buying stocks that pay good dividends--as a way of investing. This article recommends some. If you want one dividend stock to hold forever, read this. Annuities are one of those things that people love to hate. However, I think they do have thier place and this explains why. Another thing people love to hate are hedge funds; the comments are an interesting part of this article.
Everyone has their favorite ways to consume content. I like reading blogs. Some folks are Twitter addicts; others like podcasts. If Twitter is your thing, here are some personal finance experts to follow. If you like podcasts, try this article. Still you need to make sure the advice you are getting is good; here is some bad advice, according to the author.
For most of us, Social Security will be our retirement base. This article talks about what you gain and don't gain my waiting to take different types of benefits. Want four strategies to increase your Social Security? Hopefully we will have a nest egg to draw on and this article from Forbes has some suggestions about how to handle your nest egg as retirement approaches. Motley Fool names twenty-eight things you should not do.