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18 Jan 2011 No Comments

Market Forecasts – Take with a Grain of Salt

“We’ve long felt that the only value of stock forecasters is to make fortune tellers look good” .  Warren Buffet  The following links will take you to three recent articles […]

18 Nov 2010 No Comments

YOUR MONEY: When a Safety Net Is Yanked Away

Plan for the possibility of long-term care costs, but don’t assume that insurance will be the guaranteed answer. Click her for article from The NY Times…

18 Nov 2010 No Comments

Hugh Jidette isn’t real. Our national debt is.

Interesting website about our national debt. http://www.hughjidette.com/media/

11 Nov 2010 No Comments

Tax Report: Where Do Your Tax Dollars Go?

Interesting Wall Street Journal article by Laura Saunders. Click to read article…

1 Oct 2010 No Comments

Stat of the Day 10/1/2010

Some statistics regarding the recent performance of the S&P 500 Index (price only, ignoring dividends), as of 9/30/2010:   3rd Quarter 2010 return:                          10.7% 2010 Year-to-date return:                            2.3% 2010 High […]

23 Sep 2010 No Comments

Stat of the Day

Interesting Stat of the Day showing how the US economy has changed from a manufacturing economy (almost all of the top 10 employers in 1955 are related to the manufacturer […]

19 Aug 2010 No Comments

Jeremy Siegel and Jeremy Schwartz: The Great American Bond Bubble

A good article on bonds and the impact of rising interest rates but EXTREMELY misleading to compare the -80% decline in tech stocks to a “similar bubble” in bonds .  […]

26 Jul 2010 No Comments

If It Causes Stress, Is It Really A Vacation Home

NYtimes.com Wealth Matters article written by Paul Sullivan. Read More…

22 Jul 2010 No Comments

New Mutual Fund Rules Won’t Limit Advice

New York Times article written by Ron Leiber. The article explains some of the S.E.C’s views on 12b-1 fees and rules that will limit compensation to advisers who are paid […]

15 Jul 2010 No Comments

USA Today’s view on banking bailout: TARP supporters deserve praise, not retribution

An interesting take on TARP dollars loaned and paid back to date from USA Today.  Read More…