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A rally in financial stocks Thursday helped the market extend its grind higher to a third day. The Standard & Poor's 500 index cleared an important hurdle watched by traders when it closed just above its January peak to set a new 17-month high.
On this week's show, Mike talks with Tom Trabucco and Art Stein.
When it comes to your retirement investment, there's no such thing as too much information. So, starting today, we begin a new monthly feature, "TSP SNAPSHOT." Every month, on the first Monday of the month, we'll examine the performance of the Thrift Savings Plan for the previous month with a TSP expert.
The markets closed slightly down on Thursday, but if you keep an eye on how they behave, you know the long-term picture is more important than daily fluctuations. FederalNewsRadio asked a Certified Financial Planner what we should be doing to weather the storms.
Many of us make new year's resolutions to become better managers and workers. But have you considered your financial life -- and what you might do with your TSP account and other investments this year?
Without careful planning, retirees may find that their income may not be sufficient to last throughout retirement.