My dad still works in his seventies. He works because he wants to work and because he can. He’s a smart guy with a law degree and a successful 50-year law practice. He doesn’t get investing, though. Neither does my stepmother or my brother. I spent part of the weekend with my family this weekend, and […]
Over the weekend, AT&T announced a merger deal with Time Warner for $107.50 a share. This announcement came just a couple of days after my financial advisor called to tell me that British American Tobacco had made a bid to take over RJ Reynolds. There are some big mergers going on, and that means stockholders face […]
My investments can be a lot like my experiences with yoga. I have my preferred asset allocation, but life and market returns have a way of throwing that allocation out of balance. Then it’s time to breathe deeply and rebalance my portfolio.
Sometimes the best financial advice comes from unlikely places and sources. Some of the best advice I ever got about investing in a market pullback came from a beaver.
The stock market drop on 8/21 may have you scared that we’ve entered a bear market. Here’s some reasons not to be afraid.
Estate planning, annuities, stock market fluctuations, staycations, and what Millennials buy (or don’t). Here are the things we’ve found interesting or noteworthy this morning:
Ways to save money, mortgages, teaching kids about investing and financial planning basics. Here are the things we’ve found interesting or noteworthy this morning: