Posts By: justin

24 Jun 2011 No Comments

Five money moves one inflation hawk is making now

Article written by: Jonathan Burton of MarketWatch This article goes over Robert Arnott’s “Five Money Moves” to weather the US debt hurricane. Explaining QE2’s exiting, and the expected steps that […]

10 Jun 2011 No Comments

Structured products ‘absurdly destructive’ for retail investors: Report

Article written by: Liz Skinner Structured notes and other derivatives products have been marketed by Wall Street as safe and secure investments. Of course, there’s safe and then there’s safe. […]

31 May 2011 No Comments

Ready to Retire? Here’s a Five-Year Pre-Retirement Plan.

Retirement planning, at its best, is about much more than the size of your nest egg. With that in mind, one of the smartest ways to prepare is to map […]

7 Apr 2011 No Comments

The Truth About Hedge Funds

Article written by Market Watch’s Brett Arends The crisis is over. Bernie Madoff is long since forgotten. And the money is flowing once again. According to Hedgefund.net, investors pumped another […]

30 Mar 2011 No Comments

How to Determine Cost Basis of Old Stock

Article first published in the Wall Street Journals SmartMoney blog. Read WSJ-SmartMoney Blog article here…

30 Mar 2011 No Comments

Is That iPad 2 Really Worth $2,000? – WSJ.com

We love our iPads but  . . . this article offers some excellent insight into the cost of not saving for retirement. WSJ.com article here…

18 Mar 2011 No Comments

When Your Adviser Can’t Be Trusted

A descriptive article on an adviser’s fiduciary duty by Karen Blumenthal and posted on wsj.com. Read Article Here…

18 Mar 2011 No Comments

Buy Gold: It’s a Safe Haven and Inflation Hedge – WSJ.com

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18 Mar 2011 No Comments

Don’t Buy Gold: It’s a Gift, Not an Investment – WSJ.com

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23 Feb 2011 No Comments

401(k) Plans Falling Short for Boomers

Wall Street Journal article written by E.S. Browning The 401(k) generation is beginning to retire, and it isn’t a pretty sight. The retirement savings plans that many baby boomers thought […]