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The Myth of Steady Retirement Spending, and Why Reality May Cost Less

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Do you know how much money you will need in retirement? That is the question Peter Finch poses in his recent piece for the New York Times. The sad truth is that many people have miscalculated their retirement needs. I… Continue reading

 

3 Gifts More Valuable Than This Year’s ‘Must-Have Item’

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Twinkling lights, travel planning, and endless emails promoting “see it to believe it” sales can only mean one thing – it’s the holiday season! Each year it seems that once a chill is in the air, companies begin to ramp… Continue reading

 
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Shark Barbara Corcoran Says ‘Act Like A Man,’ But Not When Investing

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Who’s to blame for the obvious and ultimately fixable gender gap in pay? “Shark Tank” star Barbara Corcoran lays at some of it at the feed of women themselves. “Women should pretend they’re a man, because men do negotiate better,” Corcoran… Continue reading

 
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Markets Are Volatile, So What Should Investors Do?

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For most people, investing can feel like a long drive down the highway. The sun is out, the road is flat, the music soothing. Even at 70 miles per hour the ride is uneventful. Until, of course, you hit a… Continue reading

 
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Why Shark Tank’s ‘Mr. Wonderful’ Doesn’t Want A Car

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Think for a minute about all the things you spend money on day to day: Food, housing, a car, clothes, utilities, entertainment, and so on. You probably think of all of these things as essentials and mostly that’s right. Everyone… Continue reading

 
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Your Child Probably Won’t Get a Full Ride to College

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It’s a struggle we often have as parents – the lingering thought of “how will I pay for this?” The this will change throughout your child’s life, but one especially daunting expense is college. Whether your kid is barely walking… Continue reading

 
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U.S. Treasuries: Higher Yields Without the Risk

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It’s a concern I always hear from clients, “I want to get the most out of my investment account, but am too risk averse.” Fear of losing money in your retirement account is valid, however, it can also paralyze people… Continue reading

 
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The Life Event that Sparked an Investment Revolution

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Recently, I sat down with Ed Melick at Grace in 30, a radio broadcast out on WERA-LP Arlington, to discuss the life-changing event that motivated me to cultivate a business centered on better investing. Grace in 30 summarizes my experience thusly:… Continue reading

 
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Wargaming The ‘Stock Picker’s Market,’ According To Morningstar

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Charley Ellis, one of the members of our esteemed Investment Committee here at Rebalance, once explained that beating the market used to be easy — so easy that anybody paying attention could probably do it. It truly was a “stock… Continue reading

 
    

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