As you know, we’ve been saying for some time that we believe the Federal Reserve will continue to maintain an accommodative interest rate policy. That was
I was driving into the office at about 6 o’clock in the morning on September 11, 2001. A cool clear morning driving on the highway.
That morning, I was
A Crazy Year
A change of pace this week. Let's face it, this COVID-19 crisis, fires, elections, and the unrest in our country have really taken a toll on
Rebalancing a portfolio is a strategy that has proven the test of time and is an important part of maintaining a portfolio that is balanced
The fires that are rampant in California are heartbreaking and disruptive. At the very least, air quality is affected and in more extreme cases, people
An Important Topic
Last year I provided a list of items that I thought might be helpful to make sure all of your financial affairs are in order. The world is
For the first time in eight months I stepped on a plane for a quick trip. I was wearing a mask and gloves and using liberal amounts of hand sanitizer. Still, I
With all the money floating around through federal giveaways, one might think banks are also feeling equally generous towards potential borrowers. In fact, that
Last week I shared with you the reasons why I believe the market has rallied despite all the current negative news. Many readers were pleased to understand my
Here is this week’s audio link about the content’s of this week’s Common Sense.
To make things easier this week, instead of a video recording, I’ve recorded an audio giving more detail about the contents of this week’s Common Sense. The