Posts By: justin

12 May 2014 No Comments

George Saunder’s Adivce to Graduates

It’s long past graduation season, but we recently learned that George Saunders delivered the convocation speech at Syracuse University for the class of 2013, and George was kind enough to […]

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Written By: Joel Lovell

New York Times

4 Mar 2014 No Comments

Rate-of-return analysis shows value of delaying Social Security

For years, I have been telling my readers of the value of delaying Social Security benefits as long as possible particularly for married couples when the older, higher-earning spouse maxes out his […]

21 Jan 2014 No Comments

New Warnings From an Investing Pioneer

Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, and no one to get unbiased advice from. Judging by my inbox, that is how a lot of investors feel. U.S. and most international […]

9 Dec 2013 No Comments

Nobel laureate: Everyone should have a financial adviser

Robert Shiller a Nobel-Prize winning economist gives his take on the future of advice; urges government help in paying for it. Written By: Liz Skinner Read full article here

31 Oct 2013 No Comments

How the Economic Machine Works

Here is a short video clip explaining how economic drivers in our world work. Video created by: Ray Dalio How the Economic Machine Works (Click Here)

27 Sep 2013 No Comments

Fee-Only Financial Advisers Who Don’t Charge Fees Alone

Written by: Jason Zwieg You might think a “fee only” financial adviser will never charge you commissions or other sales charges that could induce him to favor selling you something […]

27 Sep 2013 No Comments

Six Lessons You Should Have Learned From the Financial Crisis

It’s been five years since Wall Street crashed and the financial crisis broke across the country. Many people lost their homes, their savings or their jobs. Financial plans were shredded. […]

10 Sep 2013 No Comments

Bonds Still Belong in Your Nest Egg

Wall Street Journal Online article regarding the recent bond market decline and how bonds should still be a solid portion of your investment portfolio. By: Tom Lauricella Please click here […]

10 Sep 2013 No Comments

Why Too Much Togetherness Can Ruin Retirement

Wall Street Journal online article regarding life after the day you and your spouse retire. By: Maryanne Vandervelde Please click here for article.

27 Jun 2013 No Comments

Dutch Join No-Commission World

The Dutch have a 400-year tradition of individual investing in markets. Now, they are getting ready to join two other countries–The U.K. and Australia–in banning advisers from getting commissions for […]