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Why the Cash Couch Isn’t the Place to Settle

Why The Cash Couch Isn’t The Place To Settle

Two years ago, amid rising interest rates, trade wars, and concerns that the longest economic expansion in history had to come to an end sometime, market volatility made a comeback. At the time, many investors…

Why Own Long-Term Bonds in your Portfolio?

Long-Term Bonds

Selecting investments for your portfolio is a critical part of planning for your financial future.  So where do you start? Stocks? Bonds? Real Estate?  The truth is that it is different for everyone, however, there…

The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve, once again, is in the public spotlight as the coronavirus pandemic continues. For good reason, as one of their general functions is to promote the stability and smooth functioning of the financial…

Politics vs. Company Stock Performance

Company Stock Performance

Have you ever heard news about a company and noticed that the stock price did not move? Perhaps it moved in a direction you were not expecting. This happens more often than you would think…

Recency Bias and the Risk of the Recession

Recency Bias

In 2019 investors have begun to worry about the risk of a recession in the U.S. and especially about how the investment markets might respond in a recessionary period.  The year has brought a number…

Long-Term Investing – How to Define It?

Long-term Investing

There are many ways investors interpret the idea of long term. This is particularly relevant when the investor is about to retire and thinks, “I don’t have long term.” Some will define long-term investing with…

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