Good health, enough wealth, long life, happy families—the stuff that dreams are made of. But most Americans' lives fall short in one or more of these areas, and often it's the midlife years (40s to 50s) where things start to go haywire. If you're one of the many, many people who feel that just when they got the hang of the game, the rules completely changed, read on.
What's different about money management at midlife?
With the stock market DOW Industrials Index approaching 7,000, banking institutions failing, and almost all technical indicators screaming recession, is it time to think about putting new money into the stock market? The time just might be closer than you think.