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Talking Money With Honey

In mid-September, AdviceIQ held a week long National Financial Advisor Week event in New York’s Times Square. Maureen and I were happy to sit on one of the many panels entitled “Talking Money with Honey”. This post was written by Larry Light who is an editor at AdviceIQ describing some of our panel interactions. AdviceIQ delivers quality personal finance articles by both […]

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Should individuals invest cash now?

A common question that we been receiving over the last several months from prospects is “Is it too late to invest in the stock market”?  There are a number of people who have maintained very large cash positions since the great recession that ended in early 2009.  These people have watched as the S&P 500 index has […]

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Why Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA)?

People generally ask us once they know that we are an approved advisor of Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA) funds a very simple question: Why DFA? I often describe how my quest to provide the best investment options for my clients was the result of many years of studying in academics and working in the business world. From this research, […]

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Why Invest in International Companies?

We were fortunate enough to attend the US Open Tennis Championship in Queens, NY over the Labor Day weekend. It is one of the more enjoyable sporting events due to the ability to choose between multiple matches on several courts. As I had not  been to the U.S. Open  championship for a few years, I noticed […]

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How the Washing Machine Changed the World

This video post deals with the ever-improving world as told in a TED talk by Hans Rosling.  Hans discusses his personal experience of his family purchasing a washing machine and the immediate improvement to the lives of his mother and him. He discusses how these improvements unleashed the women of the world allowing them the free […]

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Top 10 Oldest Company Logos in the World

I was recently at a new restaurant for dinner with Maureen. After dinner, I decided to have tea with my dessert. The waiter asked if ‘Twinings Tea’ would be fine. I inquired if it was any good and he stated it was excellent. To my surprise having never had Twinings Tea before, it was not only […]

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Fears Learned in Our Youth

We had a problem, like so many others out in suburbia, with various animals like squirrels getting into our garbage cans. They would eat through the covers and even after we built a wooden structure to house the garbage cans, they ate through that structure as well. After trying various things to prevent this from […]

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Golfing and Investing: Risk trade offs

The key to successful investing and golfing is to determine when risk is necessary to accomplish your goals and when it is not. As I watch the phenomenal professional golfers tend to their craft this summer, I thought of the similarities that risk has in both pursuits. Watching the different styles of the golfers at last […]

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America’s Manufacturing “Come Back “

Maureen and I were in the Garden State Plaza Mall and we overheard a couple of people in the Nike store discussing how “nothing is made in America anymore”. I’m sure all of us have heard someone discussing the same thought or thought the same thing themselves. Well it turns out it’s just not true. The […]

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Together we know more than we do alone

This post is a video from our partner – Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA). This 3 minute video describes the power of the stock market to collect the views of all participants. This information is readily available to all as it is reflected in the current stock price. These prices reflect the collective knowledge of these market participants. The […]

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