In fact, most retirees don’t plan their retirement well and are too dependent on the market. [Read more…]
I have found that 55 is usually that arbitrary point where, depending on when you expect to retire, you’re starting to think more seriously about those post-65 years. [Read more…]
We are in some weird times right now. A few weeks ago, I would have never imagined that I would have to plan for our federal, state and local governments to shut down an entire economy due to a pandemic like the coronavirus (COVID-19).
I have been through several economic downturns in the past and, unfortunately, it’s times like this that many investors will panic and make some big money mistakes.
And one of the biggest mistakes is trying to search for the “perfect investment.” [Read more…]
Some days the water is perfectly flat all the way across. Not even a ripple. The next day the water is really rough. Without even having to give it a second thought, our mind is aware that both, either flat or rough, is totally normal. [Read more…]