When the World Feels Out of Control, Focus on What You Can Control

For those suffering from post-election PTSD or other feelings of worry, despair or emotional upheaval, your pain is shared throughout the country and the world. However, for the sake of your emotional health and your ability to pilot the controllable factors in your life, it’s important to shift to another focus periodically. Fear and worry… Continue reading>

When It Comes to Your Money, Does the Truth Hurt?

“We’ve been arguing about this for year, and here we are in our 50’s. It’s time to stop!” Laura said empathically. Paul’s downcast eyes and silence spoke volumes. Laura continued, “We’ve worked with several advisors who have tried to help us invest our money in a sensible way. Then whenever the market goes down, Paul… Continue reading>

Discovering Your Number One Value That Leads To Your Financial Successful

“We want to retire by the time we reach 60!” “It’s vitally important to send our kids to the college of their choice!” “I want to quit my job and do something else!” “We want to buy an apartment in the city!” We all have dreams. We have those ideas that swim in our minds… Continue reading>

The Dow Jones Hit 20,000. Now What?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 20,000. The aftermath was a barrage of media stories—some encouraging, others less optimistic. The positive stories prompted investors to buy more equities in expectation of more future gain; the cynics foretold the forthcoming correction with a warning: Get out of stocks. The one common theme all the articles share… Continue reading>

7 Decisions That Can Lead You to Financial Misery

“Fake” news: One of the most controversial and trending topics to discuss today. Who is trolling whom— and what is the real agenda behind all those stories that you see on social media? When it comes to making money decisions, you need to decide what advice is real or fake—or be able to see the… Continue reading>

Seven Steps To Pull Back From Financial Failure

You survived the holidays. You’ve tossed or stored the decorations and reordered your space (and your life) to January normal. The last reminders of celebration are the credit card bills that rolled in on schedule. If your New Year's resolution was to be more financially responsible, this arrival might have seemed more like a January… Continue reading>