Nobody Likes a Stress-Test… Until It’s Over Stress-testing your financial plan is never fun or easy, but it’s good knowing that your plan will hold up. Market corrections are going to happen, as evidenced by the corrections we are currently experiencing. Can’t you just see …
Instead of continuing to get caught up in the fearful narrative that surrounds this novel coronavirus and has thus pummeled our markets, let’s look at the positive side of things. To do this, we need to focus our attention on company financials, hard data and key economic indicators – all of which are positive right now.
A look at the relative importance and risks of diversification.
If the Insight Folios method of investing is so good, why isn’t everyone in the industry doing it? They are! The difference is we believe in transparency while most of the industry focuses on their bottom line.
Which comes first… growth or income? A look at the emotional impact of market volatility, and the power of dividends.
Wall Street has done a masterful job in training you to believe that stocks are intimidating and that you need their help to manage them. If you try and manage stocks without them, then you are going to get hurt. Is that really the case?
Sounds ominous, doesn’t it. And if you’ve read the last book of the Bible, called the Book of Revelation or the Apocalypse
Knowing whether or not to accepts a company buyout is tough. There are so many variables to take into consideration, with the biggest being if you take the buyout, can you stay retired without the fear of ever running out of money?
The mutual fund industry has a nice image of low fees and good returns, but what will you find when you look deep inside the mutual funds books?
I don’t know about you, but I can’t stand to watch commercials. The biggest reason is not what they are selling, it’s because of the disclaimers at the end of the commercial.
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