Hello Everyone! What a year we’ve had so far, its gone by too fast with too much snow! Before we get deeper into the year I’d like to share with you my 2014 Forecast video we recently created. I touch base on the key components of where to make money in the next year, what markets are currently trending and … Continue reading
2013 is rapidly coming to a close. With all the holiday festivities coming up, it is also important to designate some dedicated time and thought to one’s finances and tax planning for 2013-2014. It could be time very well spent. And even be money well spent in advancing retirement savings and both long term and short term planning. Here are … Continue reading
Child support is a necessary component of any divorce settlement. We all agree that children are the real victims in a divorce, and that any assistance the courts can mandate to help these children is a good thing. What is not good, however, is mandating unrealistic support payments from a father who cannot afford to pay them, and then charging … Continue reading
Forecasting market behavior is akin to predicting the future. This is no easy task. Most forecasts use history in order to predict what will happen and then adjust that prediction up or down with “market intelligence” in order to arrive at a forecast. Regardless of the forecasting model, it is still about trying to predict the future. Using the past … Continue reading
We are in the midst of a government shutdown. It is inconvenient to some of us. It is unfair to others, especially to furloughed government employees on tight budgets. The fact that our executive and legislature cannot agree on budgets, policy, and process to avoid these kinds of impasses is embarrassing not only domestically, but also internationally, where the repercussions … Continue reading
Please review September 2013 mailer here.
Much has been written about Greece’s financial doom and the domino effect it will have on Europe’s and possibly America’s economy. I’ve never liked playing dominos. I prefer to find solutions to problems before there are consequences. Having traded and borrowed off their historical culture for years, Greece over spent and their Doric columns couldn’t sustain them. So on their … Continue reading