The Mint Edition
Before the big barbecue, take time this Memorial Day weekend to honor the men and women who gave their lives fighting for our country. If you’re looking for a way to remember those brave Americans, here are a few suggestions:1
A well-designed plan is necessary for successful investing, but you must also have the discipline to stay on course, rebalance, and tax-manage, as needed. Unfortunately, most investors do not have a written plan. And, emotions such as greed and envy in bull markets, and fear and panic in bear markets, can cause investors to discard even well-designed plans.
Many of us aren’t addressing the realities of retirement planning. Here are some of the worst mistakes being made today.
Peace of Mind Investing is built on a single premise that’s been time-tested.
If you want to retire with confidence, have a plan.
The Uncovered Costs of Increased Longevity
The need for long-term care is likely to increase significantly in the coming decades.
Resolutions You Can Keep
New Year’s resolutions are promises we make to ourselves.
Have a good defense – It is normal for us to focus on growth…sales…points on the scoreboard. That’s fun, exciting and builds energy. Once your firm achieves a stable level of growth and profit it has likely reached a point when the prudent entrepreneur will want to consider not just playing offense, but also implementing strong defense.
The investor who says, “This time it’s different,” when in fact it’s virtually a repeat of an earlier situation, has uttered the four most costly words in the history of investing.
With the help of a balanced diet, exercise can help you achieve personal fitness goals, whether you want to lose those extra pounds before swimsuit season or get the six-pack abs you’ve always wanted.