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Opening Weekend for Taxes

Monday was the official opening of the tax filing season. The next few weeks may seem like the normal hustle and bustle of gathering documents

The Prediction Business

This is the time of year when pundits come out of the woodwork to announce their financial predictions for the year. They claim to know

2018 Investment Market Recap

In 2018, the nearly 10-year bull market finally came to an end. For the first time since 2008, we experienced a bear market, or a

A Wild Ride

Although the market in the last few months has felt like a ride on the Wild Mouse, it is important to remember that the ride

2019 Inflation and Social Security Adjustments

Annually, the US government adjusts various investment and benefit thresholds based on the inflation rate. Inflation, or the rising of prices that we pay for

Year-End Planning

It’s hard to believe that we’re nearing the end of 2018. The year-end presents a unique opportunity to review your overall personal financial situation. With

Politics & Investing

Politics bring out the best in people, right? Well, politics certainly brings out a very passionate side of Americans. Unfortunately, politics has done more to

The Failure of Healthcare for Profit

Americans spend more on healthcare than residents of any other developed country in the world. As a result, 14% of the U.S. market cap is

Stock Market Plunges in Fear

If you’re a superstitious investor, you might be blaming the recent decline in the stock market on the October Effect, or the theory that stock

Opening Weekend for Taxes

Monday was the official opening of the tax filing season. The next few weeks may seem like the normal hustle and bustle of gathering documents

The Prediction Business

This is the time of year when pundits come out of the woodwork to announce their financial predictions for the year. They claim to know

2018 Investment Market Recap

In 2018, the nearly 10-year bull market finally came to an end. For the first time since 2008, we experienced a bear market, or a

A Wild Ride

Although the market in the last few months has felt like a ride on the Wild Mouse, it is important to remember that the ride

2019 Inflation and Social Security Adjustments

Annually, the US government adjusts various investment and benefit thresholds based on the inflation rate. Inflation, or the rising of prices that we pay for

Year-End Planning

It’s hard to believe that we’re nearing the end of 2018. The year-end presents a unique opportunity to review your overall personal financial situation. With

Politics & Investing

Politics bring out the best in people, right? Well, politics certainly brings out a very passionate side of Americans. Unfortunately, politics has done more to

The Failure of Healthcare for Profit

Americans spend more on healthcare than residents of any other developed country in the world. As a result, 14% of the U.S. market cap is

Stock Market Plunges in Fear

If you’re a superstitious investor, you might be blaming the recent decline in the stock market on the October Effect, or the theory that stock