Markets drive the value of your investments, so it's worth taking a look at how they tend to work. Nobody can predict future markets, but you can control your own behavior for how you react to changes.
How To Avoid An Election Headache In 2020
We know the election is coming, but it's almost impossible to predict the market. That's why we think investors should plan to stick to their financial strategy, regardless of the outcome.
How The Presidential Election And COVID-19 Impact Investor Sentiment
Betterment examines how investor sentiment has evolved since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the impact of the upcoming election on consumer finances.
Betterment Office Hours: April 8, 2020
Watch the video from our first Advice and Investing Office Hours and get answers to questions that customers just like you asked our team.
What Should I Be Doing With My 401(k)?
With the spread of COVID-19 and recent market volatility, it’s natural to wonder what you should do with your 401(k).
How To Transfer Assets In Volatile Markets
Have a high-fee or high-risk brokerage account that you’ve been avoiding transferring due to potential tax consequences?
Jon Stein: Thoughts on the Volatile Market
Much of what Betterment has worked toward the past 10 years has been purpose-built to endure all the worst and the best the market has to throw at us.
Should Investors Be Worried About Coronavirus?
While many factors affect stock market volatility, coronavirus is the leading cause of recent ups and downs.
Acceptable Reasons for Using Flexible Portfolios
If you have reasons not to follow our exact portfolio recommendation, small deviations are likely okay in moderation, although they are not advised.
Cash Reserve Has A Variable APY: What That Means For You
Interest rates change over time, but at Betterment, we are always working hard to help give you one of the best rates possible so you can make the most of your money.
Why Only “Buying Local” When Investing Is Risky
Currently, U.S. investors may be asking themselves why they should be investing outside of their home country when their own stock market is doing so well. Just a few decades ago, U.S. investors were asking themselves the opposite question.
Why Stock Market News Might Be Misleading You
Learn to separate the meaningful information from the noise. Knowing the right way to interpret market news can help us to make smarter decisions about how to manage our investments.
Riding Out Rollercoaster Markets
Riding out market volatility is much like riding a rollercoaster: staying securely in place with your investments will help safeguard you from those drastic market dips.
Your Unique Version of Investing History
How we think about investing has more to do with our personal experiences than we realize — and while we can’t change our inclinations, we might be able to influence how we react to them.