Articles, Market Commentary
Past Commentary & Articles
Dr. Simon Ramo of TRW, Inc. (now a part of Northrop Grumman) identified the difference between a winner’s game and a loser’s game in his book, Extraordinary Tennis for the Ordinary […]
As a wealth management firm, a great deal of our focus is on helping clients build wealth through the financial markets. But what do clients do with that wealth? Most […]
Close your eyes for a second and take yourself back 10, 20, or 30 years – what did life look like back then? Did you have any idea where life […]
There is usually some permanent damage done when you lose someone you love. Most of the time, this comes in the form of grieving for that special person. From the […]
The news tends to over-dramatize the subject matter on which it is reporting. All too often this results in strong opinions or flat-out false statements. When it comes to Social […]
What’s the best way to assist your child in buying a home? There are several strategies for helping your child that also preserve tax benefits related to home ownership.
It’s human nature to form expectations on what will happen in the future. If we had polled a group of our clients or even a larger group of people, the […]
During the last quarter of 2016 one thing became undeniably clear – the scene is set for uncertainty in 2017. From an economic standpoint, times are good in the U.S. […]
The new year brings with it an update to Social Security benefit payments and premiums for Medicare beneficiaries. Understanding these adjustments allows you to plan for your cash flow needs […]
Estate planning may be important to individuals with a wide range of financial situations. In fact, it may be more important if you have a smaller estate because the final expenses will have a much greater impact on your estate. Learn more in this white paper.
What would you say if I told you that the company your financial advisor works for received revenue sharing payments of approximately $164,000,000 in 2012 from offering certain mutual funds, […]