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“Investing can seem so complicated that you might shut down and do nothing about it — or feel you need to hire someone to guide you. However, it doesn’t need to be complex. You probably already have the opportunity to get started right where you work.”

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How To Work 7 Summers And Have $1 Million By 65 Children & Pets October 12, 2010
More than a decade ago, Clark put up a chart on clark.com and in one of his books that showed…
Turmoil in stocks presents opportunity for younger investors Investing & Retirement June 30, 2010
There is new fear that we may be headed to a double-dip recession; that Europe may be headed back into…
An analysis of Apple stock value vs. gizmo cost Investing & Retirement May 6, 2010
You've heard that "a penny saved is a penny earned," right? That old Ben Franklinism goes to the heart of…
High-cost mutual funds can eat up half your money in fees alone Investing & Retirement April 16, 2010
A new study profiled in The Los Angeles Times shows that investors can lose up to half of their contributions…
Social Security now paying out more in benefits than it takes in Investing & Retirement March 30, 2010
Clark recently saw a political cartoon in The San Diego Union Tribune that really encapsulated the Social Security dilemma in…
Index Funds: A Primer Money & Credit August 26, 2009
Clark explains Index Funds, and why they beat managed funds and individual stocks.
Dollar cost averaging through the Great Depression Investing & Retirement March 18, 2009
CLARKONOMICS: Dollar cost averaging is an idea that Clark has touted a lot recently. Yet many people are still skeptical…