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Category Archives: PRINCIPLES OF PROSPERITY
“Whereas mutual fund advertising accounts for 3.8 percent of advertising revenues at the Wall Street Journal and 1.1 percent at the New York Times, it accounts for 15 percent at Money, 16 percent at SmartMoney, and 28 percent at Kiplinger’s.” … Continue reading
“I want my money to be like a river, not like a pond.” – Lisa Sasevich, Inc. 500 business owner We said in our last article, we’re tired of “investing” being equated with the stock market/ mutual funds! Wall Street … Continue reading
“Busting the Retirement Lies makes a compelling argument that we’ve been thinking about aging all wrong… and not just financially speaking.” – Nelson Nash, best-selling author of Becoming Your Own Banker It’s Time to Re-Think Retirement! Is this idea of … Continue reading
“The commander of the imperial guard took away the basins, censers, sprinkling bowls, pots, lampstands, dishes and bowls used for drink offerings—all that were made of pure gold or silver.” – Jeremiah 52:19 In the United States, the gold standard … Continue reading
“Mr. Bond, all my life I have been… in love with gold. I love its colour, its brilliance, its divine heaviness… I ask you… is there any other substance on earth that so rewards its owner?” – Ian Fleming, Goldfinger … Continue reading
“Chaos is merely order waiting to be deciphered.” ―Jose Saramago, The Double We often send this checklist out ONLY to our clients, but this year, we are sharing it with all of our readers and subscribers. We hope you find … Continue reading