Our deep-seated emotions surrounding money and investing are not always easy to pinpoint, yet they remain strong nonetheless. Behavioral science provides a clearer picture of why we make investment choices, as well as the emotional triggers behind them.
Trajan's Tactical Tips
A blog for everyday financial tips, Trajan news updates, and more
If Dallas is poised to be your retirement destination, congratulations—you’ve picked a winning spot to enjoy the outdoors and one-of-a-kind charm. Whether you are a local or planning to become one, read our insights for a fruitful Dallas, Texas, retirement, including tax-related and housing details you may not have considered.
Gifting to your loved ones while you’re alive can be a beautiful gesture – plus, it offers you a unique opportunity to observe and assess how they handle money. What’s more, there’s an important question around this type of gifting – how much can be gifted without paying gift taxes?
Artificial intelligence promises to be the most disruptive technological innovation since the Internet. We discuss opportunities and risks across a variety of industries, including online search, semiconductors, cloud computing, software, design and creativity, customer service, and logistics. We also offer some thoughts on what AI could mean for the labor market.
No one told us there would be days like these, let alone a full year. 2022 was a doozy! The world was abuzz with financial and crypto-market turbulence like never before. Investors everywhere felt the tremors. Now that we’ve all survived this wild year, check out our retrospective report on what went down and a preview of the surprises still ahead. Read our year-in-review report by CIO Udayan Mitra, CPA.
The statistics around aging are daunting: one in four people have the chance of making it to their 90th birthday, but many are unprepared for their later years because they never gave it much thought until they were closer to retirement age.
New Year’s resolutions? Don’t forget to include a few resolutions to invest in yourself – using behavioral economics as a tool in your belt. It can help identify situations where irrational choices lead us into trouble.