Happy New Year. Here are 4 things you have probably been ignoring since “forever”. Let’s get started once and for all. [Read more…]
Here are my NON-Predictions for 2018. Only 2 things are certain. Forecaster are always wrong and those investors that listen to them always lose money. [Read more…]
Even though still in its infancy, the GOP tax reform bill has one great benefit which will allow converting your taxable accounts into tax free accounts much easier. Less taxes, more retirement income. [Read more…]
The Dow hit a milestone by hitting 23,000. Let me tell you why that shouldn’t be important in your retirement. [Read more…]
There is NO WAY to entirely keep from taking your required minimum distributions but there are a few ways to decrease the impact of those distributions to your taxes. [Read more…]
Once you get away from the world of accumulation into the world of distribution, average returns don’t matter. [Read more…]
There are only 3 ways to manage risk in retirement. Which one are you? [Read more…]
No matter how much the #financialindustry wants to portray a one size fits all approach, quite often the solution is …. well “IT DEPENDS”. [Read more…]
An excellent summary by our favorite economist Brian Wesbury of First Trust.
We don’t want to act like experts in geopolitics and we can’t ignore events in North Korea.
But while some investors think tensions with North Korea will lead to major market troubles, we don’t. If history is a guide, the fear leading up to an event has a much larger impact on financial markets than the event itself. We don’t think that this time is different. Profits drive stocks, and when events take the focus away from fundamentals, buying opportunities arise. [Read more…]