Think Twice Before Making Your Own Market (Br)exit

There is an old investing adage: “the market is always right.” Investors would be wise to question this adage in light of last week’s Brexit referendum. If the market is always right, then why were traders bidding stocks up as the British were voting to leave the European Union? For that matter, why did stocks…

 

Planning for the Financial Impact of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Though the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on families and friends from a lifestyle and emotional standpoint has been well-documented, little research has been done into the financial impact of caring for some afflicted by the disease. To determine the impact, the Alzheimer’s Association conducted a nationwide survey. The results are discussed in the association’s 2016…

 

16 Investing Resolutions for the New Year

This is the fifth consecutive year I’m publishing a list of New Year’s resolutions for investors. The list started in 2012 with just eight resolutions and has now officially doubled. Given the growing length of this list, I’m going to avoid discussing what the market looks like for next year. I did a post for…