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Boring Wealth

Nobody likes boring. Boring people, boring conferences, boring sporting events, boring shows. Boring sucks… But… is boring what we need? As a society, we have lost patience. Any kind of patience…. When the gas pump takes longer to put gas in the car When our internet connect slows down When a text message won’t send...

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What a Year

2020 is one for the record books. Not just the annual record books, but more of a year that will be in focus for investors, researchers, academics, and so many more for decades to come. The past year will be in our history books forever. If I were to call you in January of last...

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Small Steps

Starting a new goal or routine can sometimes seem unimaginable. Understanding that your body can run a marathon seems impossible when you are only in the early innings of training. The same is true for those looking ahead at retirement. The task seems almost like climbing a mountain, and to some, an unattainable goal. Over...

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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in...

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72 Hours

What is it that makes us upset, angry, or even mad when we see losses in our portfolios? Why do investors seem to always fall short of long-term average returns? Why do we constantly feel the need to change our investments? The short answer…we are wired that way! Most individuals are planning YEARS in advance, whether for...

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Managing Our Emotions

2018 has become an unbelievably stressful year for investors. From tariffs and trade wars to politics and corporate fraud, 2018 will be remembered as quite the year of drama. It seems like you cannot go a day without seeing something concerning in the market, making you want to just give up. With volatile periods, I figured it...

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