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  • Fewer workers saving for retirement, more under financial stress

    Workers' confidence about their retirement is at a near-record low. Fewer are salting away money for their later years, and the majority have less than $25,000 in savings and investments. But their biggest worry isn't retirement. It's job security....
  • Young investors show less interest in IRAs

    Give anyone age 40 and older a time machine and they would likely go back to their early 20s — to open an IRA. That's because by 40, many of us have learned the miracle of compound earnings over time. We kick ourselves for not socking away even...
  • Legg Mason investors approve executive pay package

    Legg Mason investors approve executive pay package
    Legg Mason Inc. shareholders approved a $5.9 million pay package for Chairman and CEO Mark R. Fetting in an advisory vote announced Tuesday at the Baltimore-based company's annual meeting. The nonbinding "say on pay" measure won the support of 87 percent...
  • Apple sparks renewed interest in dividend-paying stocks

    Apple sparks renewed interest in dividend-paying stocks
    Apple made headlines again last week, but this time they weren't entirely about the new iPad. The tech behemoth announced that it would start paying a quarterly dividend worth $2.65 per share beginning in July. That amounts to nearly $10 billion to be...
  • Some investors still on sidelines

    Some investors still on sidelines
    After a brutal third quarter in which the United States saw an unprecedented downgrade of its credit, many weary investors are staying on the sidelines. Despite encouraging signs about new unemployment claims in recent days, uncertainty remains as the...
  • Investor distrust likely to rise after Facebook IPO debacle

    Investor distrust likely to rise after Facebook IPO debacle
    Susan Fulton says about 100 clients of her Bethesda asset-management firm were "up for the risk" last month and invested a total of $1 million the day Facebook went public. "We bought it at the open, though we couldn't get confirmation on their trades,"...
  • Workers to learn how much they pay for their 401(k)

    Workers are about to get valuable information about their 401(k) — specifically, how much they pay for it. The fee information has been around for years, plan experts say, but to find it, employees often must dig through prospectuses or plan...
  • Md. firms, treasurer balk at proposed money market regulations

    Battle lines are being drawn over whether money market funds need more protection in the event of another financial crisis. Maryland investment firms and the state treasurer are on one side of the fight; the SEC chairman is on the other. Baltimore's T....
  • The departure of Legg Mason's CEO raises questions about its future

    The departure of Legg Mason's CEO raises questions about its future
    The second CEO in Legg Mason's history announced last week he was stepping down, raising the question: What's next for the Baltimore-based money manager? Only the board — or more precisely, activist shareholder and Legg director Nelson Peltz &#...
  • Investors may soon be able to buy into their favorite Internet companies

    Investors may soon be able to buy into their favorite Internet companies
    Investment guru Peter Lynch once advised ordinary folks to "invest in what you know." For many small investors, some of the companies they are most familiar with are the e-commerce and social media sites they use every day. Now some of these private...
  • New IRS reporting requirements kick in for fund firms in 2012

    If you own mutual funds outside a retirement account, you likely have heard from the investment companies asking you to choose your math. The companies want you to select the method they should use to calculate your "cost basis" — how much you paid...
  • Investors' flight to Treasuries seen to have a short-term benefit to consumers

    Investors watched stock markets swoon and economists fretted about the nation's fragile recovery on the first day of trading after the unprecedented downgrade of the nation's credit rating. But amid the gloom Monday were a few bright spots for consumers:...