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Why We Don’t Save, And How to Change That!

According to the Federal Reserve’s Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2014, 47% of households indicate that they would have great difficulty handing an unexpected $400 expense.[1] No one likes unexpected expenses. There are plenty of other things we could enjoy allocating that money towards. But this report points to an even bigger concern. If many households are …

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RETIREMENT REBOOT

  It’s understandable why the age of 65 has been synonymous with retirement. For decades men and women have pressed toward that mark in order to receive “Full Retirement Benefits” from Social Security. With that guaranteed monthly income for life now flowing in, many folks call it quits and can begin Retirement. Let’s look at a simplified definition of retirement: …

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The Prudent and Disciplined are Rewarded

Three Rules: You’ve probably heard me mention the Three Rules to Lifelong Investing Success: Own equities, Diversify and Re-balance. While it sounds simple, there is really a science behind all three. In this post, we will focus on the third rule, Re-balancing. A prudently designed portfolio will contain asset classes that have low correlations to each other meaning, when one  investment class …

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“Wall Street Marks Second Year of the Bull Market” on Fox Business

  Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com

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What is Your True Purpose For Money?

In 1928 a group of the world’s most successful financiers met at the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago. The following were present: The president of the largest utility company, The greatest wheat speculator, The president of the New York Stock Exchange, A member of the President’s Cabinet, The greatest “bear” in Wall Street, The president of the Bank of International …

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Here’s an idea that can get your kids excited about saving

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Great segment on “Squak on the Street” feat. Mark Matson

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The Games Mutual Fund Companies Play

What if Hospitals only reported their successful surgery stats and discarded the number of Deaths during surgery? unthinkable! But what about the Mutual Fund industry? Watch this.

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Mark Matson on CNBC’s “The Call”

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The Two “D’s” of Investing

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If you’re thinking, “Disenchanted” and “Defeated”, I hope to bring some “Hope” to you. We CAN see our investments grow if we properly apply these two “D’s”: Diversification Real diversification is not having three or four mutual funds in your portfolio, but owning different Asset Classes that have dissimilar price movements. Consider the S&P500 index. This index tracks the change …

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