Americans who want to save for the future get dunked in a big bowl of alphabet soup: 401(k)s, IRAs, 529s, HSAs. If you want to save that dollar in a tax-advantaged way, where to put it?
The stock market does not work the way most people think, writes Kel Kelly. One commonly held belief is that a stock-market boom is the reflection of a progressing economy. Not so: it mostly reflects money creation.