Advice To Ignore, Article, Michael Maehl

Shut down thoughts

Shut down thoughts

The media is filled with speculation about effect of the Federal government shutdown on the stock market. Many worry about headlines that could put an end to the rally. Neither worrying about this government shutdown […]

Retirement spending guidelines

Retirement spending guidelines

Retirement, per se, is still a relatively new phenomenon. Not all that long ago, people pretty much worked until they died. “Retirement” as a definite period of your lifetime is something that only really came […]

Online Identity Protection

Online Identity Protection

It seems like every day there is news about some company being hacked and thousands or millions of customer records being stolen. That’s your personal information out in the wild now. That email and password […]

Presidents and The Markets

Presidents and The Markets

Presidents and the markets Personally, I can’t wait for the election season to pass. There are few topics more emotionally charged than politics, whether you’re a Republican, Democrat, Independent, Libertarian, or a player to be named […]

Brexit:  Perspective and What It Means Today

Brexit: Perspective and What It Means Today

My Inbox this morning is jammed with emails from the various fund management and money management firms we work with explaining their view about today’s dramatic news that Great Britain voted to leave the 28-member […]