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Dan Crimmins, co-founder of Crimmins Wealth Management, is a financial coach and financial planner. Have a financial question? ASK DAN
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Worldwide global stock market diversification is key to stock investing

Diversify Across the Globe – Country Stock Performance

We have always stressed the need to own the great companies in the United States and the world. There are 44 countries that have publicly traded companies (stocks) that investors can, and likely should, own. The reason being we don’t just want to own the approximately 3,500  stocks that are available in the United States but […]

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Helping elder family members pay their bills like their home mortgage

Help for court-appointed guardians of property and conservators

We have seen our clients and friends need to assist older family members with their financial affairs. If you have not been asked to assist yet,  you are likely to be put in this role in the future. To help someone in this “financial caregiver” role, the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has published four guides […]

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Is The Stock Market Really Rigged?

There is a new book by Michael Lewis called “Flash Boys” which has many people talking and wondering if they should be concerned with investing in the stock market. During his public relations blitz, he summarized his book with the following stunning phrase – “the stock market is rigged”. My fear is that potential investors […]

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Power of Attorney for elderly

Managing Someone Else’s Money – Power of Attorney

We have seen our clients and friends need to assist older family members with their financial affairs. If you have not been asked to do this  yet,  you most likely will in the future. To help those in the “financial caregiver” role, the Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has published four guides titled “Managing Someone Else’s […]

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Stocks for the Long term includes are global stocks

Stocks for the Long Run

Stocks for the Long Run is a newly updated book from Jeremy J. Siegel that was originally published in 1994. Professor Siegel teaches at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has written extensively for the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times.  The book is essentially an encyclopedia of knowledge concerning the global stock markets. […]

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His Annual Letter - 2013

Summary of Buffett’s Newsletter

Warren Buffett has understandably been considered one of the best investors of all time. Yearly, he writes a letter to his shareholders concerning his firm – Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. Our clients all own his company, as it is one of the largest companies in the U.S. and thus, is held in the Large Company U.S. […]

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David Lerner radio spot

Non-Traded REITs – Radio Ad

There is a radio spot which has been running in the NY area for David Lerner Associates which is best known for selling non-traded REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts). They sell their investment products by peddling fear.  How so? The David Lerner radio spot opens with an employee discussing how he understands the pain and […]

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Be not afraid. Investors need to overcome the daily warnings of danger to secure their desired future.

Be Not Afraid!

It’s been said that the most common phrase in the Bible is “be not afraid” or “fear not”. Have you noticed that you cannot get through a nightly news broadcast without one of the newscasters using either the word “danger” or “dangerous”? Whether it is the dangers associated with a pending snowstorm or the new danger […]

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photo of the U.S.A. flag

What should investors do concerning Ukraine?

What should investors do concerning the situation in the Ukraine?  That depends.  What does the current crisis in the Ukraine have to do with your ability to provide income for you and your spouse for the rest of your lives? We understand the difficulties that our clients and others have trying to stay focused on the […]

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Our Longevity and Purchasing Power

In ancient Roman times, there was an elder by the name of Cato who said:  Cessation of work is not accompanied by cessation of expenses  This applies today even more so than it did back then. Even if you were a member of the wealthy class during Roman times, the average life expectancy was age […]

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