Saturna Capital strives to keep our investors informed and educated. The best defense against choosing the wrong investment is learning about investing.
How A Mutual Fund Works
Did you ever wonder what happens behind the scenes of a mutual fund? Find out right here with our four part video series.
How Much Does Your Mutual Fund Cost?
Mutual fund expense ratios garner a lot of attention from the news media, regulators, and investors. While cost containment is clearly a worthy goal, do a mutual fund's costs deserve to be your paramount consideration? Do they matter at all?
Recalibrating the Retirement Clock: Should 75 be the new 65?
Retirement sounds pretty sweet, doesn't it? Exotic holidays. Finally writing that novel. Never having to rely on an alarm clock to wake up early. Being your own boss. Retirement goals are as varied as people themselves.
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Here's a handy guide to when we send out various tax forms (such as 1099 and 5498) and what those forms mean.
The 401(k) Event Horizon: Asset Allocation
Investors often view risk from the wrong perspective. The greatest risk is the erosion of your purchasing power, not the ups and downs of your portfolio.
Saturna invites you to visit the regulatory organizations that formulate the rules and regulations under which we operate.
- Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
- Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB)
- US Department of Labor (DOL)
- US Department of the Treasury
- US Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
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