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Category Archives: ECONOMIC TRENDS
“In case you didn’t get the memo, jobs are dead.” -Kate Phillips, Total Wealth Coaching This week we are proud to feature a guest post by Kate Phillips in celebration of independent entrepreneurs who have left paychecks behind to create … Continue reading
“China’s growth model is broken and can’t be so easily fixed.” – Michael Schuman in “The Real Reason to Worry About China,” Time Magazine Recently, China’s GDP slowed from around 10% annually to just over 7% a rate of growth still envied … Continue reading
“Target-date mutual funds are another Wall Street crime with the Department of Labor driving the getaway car.” -Barry James Dyke, best-selling author and financial consultant. Target-date funds sound like a good idea, at least on the surface. Everyone knows that … Continue reading
“No other fund of any flavor has attracted so much criticism, and no other type of equity mutual fund has sold so well in recent years.” -Morningstar Target-Date Series Research Paper, 2010 Industry Survey Target-date funds have exploded onto the … Continue reading
“History is largely a history of inflation, usually inflations engineered by governments for the gain of governments.” – Friedrich A. Hayek, Nobel Laureate Economist Last week we discussed lifestyle inflation, the inflation that we create ourselves as we grow older … Continue reading
(The Truth About Inflation, Part 1) “I don’t mind going back to daylight saving time. With inflation, the hour will be the only thing I’ve saved all year.” – Victor Borge Have you ever gotten back into a VW Bug, … Continue reading
“More than 25% of Americans are dipping into 401(k) retirement accounts to pay for bills.” ~The Los Angeles Times, March 7, 2013 More people are raiding their 401(k)s than ever before, but not for retirement. According to CNBC’s report of … Continue reading