We do not have, never have had, and never will have an opinion about where the stock market, interest rates or business activity will be a year from now. —Warren E. Buffett, the world's most admired, least imitated investor, in his annual letter to shareholders 30 years ago this month, dated … [Read more...] about The Moving Finger Writes: Thirty Years On
As winter has gripped the United States, we have some binge-worthy television shows for you to consider. The TV shows were rated best of class in 2018. With the freeze then warmth upon us, many have caught a cold. Below is research on how best to fend off one. Lastly, we highlight the large … [Read more...] about Winter Season Articles
Baby boomers who are currently in their 50’s and 60’s are beginning to view retirement differently than the previous generations and are redefining what it means to retire. Which is a good thing as the old model for retirement no longer fits the new reality. In fact, many boomers will consider … [Read more...] about Common Misconceptions about Retirement
One of the most insightful comments that I ever received came during one of the most difficult times in my life. My Aunt Pat was the one to deliver these insightful comments. My Dad had just died of pancreatic cancer days before and my aunt came to comfort her sister - my Mom. During one of the … [Read more...] about Is Extending Your Life Worth It?
Every time I bring up Social Security estimated payments for the first time with either prospects or clients, the response is always the same: I am to receive “X” amount if there is any money left. It is a common fear that Social Security will not be solvent when you hit the magical age of … [Read more...] about Social Security – Real Facts
As investors ring in the new year, some may see the occasional headline about the “January Indicator” or “January Barometer.” This theory suggests that the price movement of the S&P 500 during the month of January may signal whether that index will rise or fall during the remainder of the … [Read more...] about As Goes January, So Goes the Year?