I will chalk this one up to just plain luck. A couple weeks before the coronavirus 19 took over our lives, I finished reading a powerful book entitled, “The Power of Bad - How the Negativity Effect Rules Us and How We Can Rule It.” Timely indeed. The book describes why all humans tend to think … [Read more...] about Optimism is the Only Reality
Financial journalist Robin Powell with Professor Russell Napier a financial historian - One standout lesson financial history teaches us is that you need to diversify and take a long-term view on your investments. … [Read more...] about Video: The Number #1 Lesson from Stock Market History
Interest rates will likely stay low for the foreseeable future. While this is beneficial to many as they borrow money for business expansion, or personally to purchase a car or home, these low rates have hurt people who are saving in banks. We encourage all of our clients to have a cash reserve … [Read more...] about Max My Interest – generating more interest from cash reserves
The cost of college tuition continues to astonish anyone who needs to pay for this education. For the college year 2018-2019, the average tuition, fees and room and board expenses were $48,510 for a four-year private college and $21,370 for a public college. That number is for just one year of … [Read more...] about Reducing College Costs
On March 18, 2020, President Donald Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) into law. The FFCRA was designed to address several issues caused by the COVID-19 Coronavirus in the United States. Here are 7 Stimulus Benefits that you should be aware: Deadline for making … [Read more...] about Families First Coronavirus Response Act Review
Maureen and I were lucky enough to recently visit the Caribbean island nation of Jamaica. It was our second visit to the tropical island and we enjoyed the beautiful landscape and friendly Jamaicans. One of the excursions that we enjoyed was visiting the Mayfield Falls which requires a treacherous … [Read more...] about Forced to have Patience – Maybe a Cure for Investors!