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Senior Financial Advisor, Certified Financial Planner
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Frequent writer & contributor to local television & radio stations. Quoted in various publications including the New Yorker, the NY Times, The Wall Street Journal & SmartMoney. Also provider of content to CNBC, MarketWatch. 2014: Regular contributor to MarketWatch's Retirement ... more


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Your Healthcare In Retirement Reality
Retirement planning is a holistic process that helps one to crystallize the relationship among savings habits, investments and debt.
Tips To Consider If You Are At Risk Of Getting A Severance Package
With the current economic expansion already extremely long, even by historical standards, there is a rising risk that record low unemployment most likely won’t stay that way forever.
Social Security Is America’s Pension
Abhorrent income inequality along with issues related to social safety nets like Social Security are political hot potatoes. They should be considered human issues.
Is Your Investing Like A "Bird Box" Challenge – Part 3
Stocks are one alternative to growing and preserving wealth. They’re not the only investment in town.
Is Your Investing Like A "Bird Box" Challenge – Part 2
Beating a market index is not going to make you wealthy or help to achieve goals. Investors who attempt to pay “catch-up” or believe taking on additional portfolio risk is the answer are going to be sadly disappointed.
Is Your Investing Like A “Bird Box” Challenge?
There are 4 statements that big-box financial brokers and their strategists expound under the appearance of guidance when they should be considered pacification.
EC Bear Market Awareness Checklist
Bear markets characteristically align with economic contraction.
What You Need To Know About Bear Markets
A bear occurs when stock prices fall 20% from the previous high. Unfortunately, we haven’t had a bear market in years; even corrections (10% off the prior high), feel much worse.
HH 3 Facts Investors Are Learning The Hard Way About The Markets
The investment vs. valuation connection has been severed and the reconnect is going to be marked by turbulence and disappointment.
Fed’s Survey Of Economic (Un)Well-Being
Financial vulnerability remains a factor for many U.S. households. Our culture of spending is hazardous, especially now as borrowing costs increase.
The Market Isn’t The Economy: A Snapshot From The Depression
Markets can and do indeed prosper during tough economic cycles due to fiscal and monetary stimulus. Markets falter when rates increase.
Bonds Are Dead… Again?
Bonds aren’t dead. Bonds are an important part of your portfolio. At 34X earnings for stocks, the last action a rational investor should take here is to dramatically reduce bond exposure to purchase stocks.
8 Steps To Fiscal Fitness
TIme for a fall checkup on your money basics.
How Millennials Can Retire At 56 – Part 2
Millennials should remain flexible when it comes to thoughts of retiring early. Regardless of good intentions and efforts, life has a way of altering plans
How Millennials Can Retire At 56 – Part 1
Millennials expect to retire at 56 which is seven years younger than the current average retirement age.
The 4-Mistakes In Your Financial Plan
Consider financial planning the mundane sentinel which forms the foundation of money awareness.
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