Month

August 2012
I believe that the Zen Masters of Investors, the Jedi Knights of Financial Advisors are namely those who have a unique talent at being “in the moment” in a rational an unemotional way. When I’ve talked to money managers and asked them about their mistakes they’ve generally told me that the ones that they should...
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“Europe is unraveling …” or so the story goes 24 hours a day at various levels of intensity.  It’s not as though the media has a slight bent toward sensationalism or something – that’s a joke in case you’re from out of town. There’s a very exciting story that is plain on the face of...
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I’ve written at length about why the “safe” investing instruments might not be so safe. There is another nuances to the investing environment right now. When I tell people that I’m a financial advisor or financial planner (I am both, depending on how the stars align I’ll say one or the other when people ask...
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Five years ago (Spring 2007), if you had told me that the 10-year US Treasury Rate would have been 1.39% (as it was briefly last week), I would have asked how big the meteor was that hit the earth. On the one hand, very low interest rates are a good thing because it presents low...
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