Category Archives: Investments

When Constructing Financial Plans

When constructing personal financial plans, the best methods should seem simple so it may be easily understood. Continue reading

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How to Market Time the Fiscal Cliff

Even though market timing is generally known to be a risky and costly endeavor, might it be different this time with the looming fiscal cliff? Continue reading

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Considering Planning

We, as humans, wish to know what is “right” and prefer not to be on the losing side of something we consider important. Continue reading

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Better Personal Planning By Understanding Adam Smith

If a personal advisor does his work properly, there is never a reason to force an individual to take action. Action, for the individual, should be clear enough. Continue reading

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What is Proper Financial Planning?

“The odds of you or anyone outsmarting the markets are literally the same as winning a bet at the worst odds in any of a casino’s table games.” Continue reading

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How Much Foreign Portfolio Allocation is Too Much?

David Loeper’s recent article asks what percent of your investments should be dedicated to non-United States companies. Continue reading

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On Speaking, Deliberately

To experience freedom, we must determine what we value, use our minds to create our paths, and our bodies to take control of what we can control. Continue reading

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