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Tag Archives: investments
“Financial planning doesn’t work.” – Kim D. H. Butler, author of Busting the Financial Planning Lies Financial Anxiety, Anyone? Feeling nervous about where the stock market might be headed after its recent climb? Nervous about where taxes might be going? … Continue reading
LISTEN: The Bank of Mom and Dad (mp3audio) (6:43 min) A November 9, 2010 article from the Reuters news service reported that the average rate of return for all Certificates of Deposit dipped below 1% for the first time since … Continue reading
LISTEN: Guarantees, Promises and Contracts (mp3audio) (12:28 min) If you want to ensure a steady stream of income in retirement, what’s the best approach? Any assessment of meeting the challenge of retirement income inevitably reduces to two options: group plans … Continue reading
LISTEN: Permanent Life Insurance: A Few Questions For The “Experts”, And A Few Answers From Consumers (mp3audio) (10:42 min) As has been mentioned in previous issues, permanent/cash value life insurance (i.e., any life insurance policy designed to remain in-force for … Continue reading
LISTEN: For Those Just Getting Started (mp3audio) (13:30 min) Suppose you have just secured your first “adult” job, or just gotten married, or just decided to put down your Xbox and get serious about your financial affairs. Where do you … Continue reading
LISTEN: VOLATILITY UP, INVESTORS OUT (mp3audio) (4:54 min) Here’s the lead sentence from a July 19, 2010 report on the stock market from BTN Research: The S&P 500 stock index fell 2.9% last Friday 7/16/10 Losing almost 3% of value … Continue reading
LISTEN: mp3 audio (28:24 min) “Don’t be afraid to see what you see.” – Ronald Reagan The Quest for Relevant Financial Information One of the essentials of planning for anything is making reasonable projections regarding the future. If you’re planning … Continue reading