How To Choose A Financial Advisor

Shopping for a financial advisor can be tough. How do you know you’re picking the right one for you? If I were in the market for an advisor I’d make sure to do the following:

Make sure the candidate has at least 10 years’

The Top Five Investment Risks

When you invest money you are taking a risk. No matter where you invest—even if you put your money in a bank where it’s guaranteed by the full faith and credit of the federal government—your money is still subject to risk.

The Noah’s Ark Project

You’re probably familiar with Noah: He was the Biblical guy who knew a huge flood was coming and built an ark to help him and his family (and a bunch of animals) survive. I feel a little like Noah: In November 2007,

Could Tax Reform = Dow 25,000?

As you may know, when tax reform passed through the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (“Dow”) went up almost 200 points. For the last few months I’ve been saying on my radio show that I thought this could happen because I don’t think the idea of tax reform is fully baked into the market yet.

How to Enjoy a Higher Cost of Living, Guilt-Free

Few of us are fortunate enough to have a steady source of retirement income, so we need to take money from our investments, and to base our cost of living expenses on the amount we can draw. Luckily, the stock market has done phenomenally well lately.

WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND?

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That’s the way it should be among friends.

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