It’s been five years since Wall Street crashed and the financial crisis broke across the country. Many people lost their homes, their savings or their jobs. Financial plans were shredded. College funds and retirement accounts were drained. The economy has been slowly recovering over the past few years. The stock market is at new highs and mom-and-pop investors are pouring in money. But how much have we really learned? Are we any wiser, or better prepared, than we were? (click here) to read rest of article

Written by: Brett Arends