December 5, 2017
Key Takeaway: The two types of investors—maximizers and satisficers—both have strong points and not-so-strong ones. But in my experience, satisficers tend to sleep better at night.
When it comes to markets, it’s easy to get caught up in the hype of the latest hot investment. Your current portfolio might be rolling ... Read more September 14, 2017
Key Takeaway: The Equifax breach exposed the risks of big data; the reality is that we do not control our own identities anymore. But you can take steps to be an advocate for the protection of your identity.
About 143 million people potentially had their personal data stolen in the ... Read more August 11, 2017
Key Takeaway: In giving money to our children, we may feel that we need to keep the giving equal. But doing this can multiply the dollars given to the point that it can affect our retirement. It is better to have a discussion with our children that fair is not ... Read more July 24, 2017
Key Takeaway: The adage that it’s just business, not personal, doesn’t apply as cleanly as business owners would like. Personal spending can interfere with business decision-making. Planning for that can help ease your stress.
The view of 2008 is distant enough in our rearview mirror that most business owners (or those ... Read more June 22, 2017
Key Takeaway: Spending time looking for one-off exceptions to invest in sounds fun and exciting. Yet confusion arises over what is investing in normal trends versus truly one-off ideas. Most of us can hit our goals and have more free time if we don’t spend the time trying to find ... Read more May 2, 2017
Key takeaway: Freedom is what we all search for, but we can find it only by taking deliberate steps. We can have either independence like my son now feels with a driver’s license (as he is in the driver’s seat) or anxiety like I now feel watching his tail lights.
About ... Read more January 20, 2017
Key takeaway! A recent study says children are earning less than their parents at the same stage of life. While this may be true, you might not want to take the next step to do anything about it. Sometimes the best answer is to do nothing.
A recent USA Today article, ... Read more