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February 15, 2019

The Wizards of Wall Street vs. The Selbees from Michigan

Some high-flying hedge funds from the Wizards on Wall Street claim that they can handily beat the market, year after year. But even if you wanted […]
February 1, 2019

The True Cost of Bad Financial Advice

When you’re talking about financial advice, there’s good advice, there’s bad advice, and worst of all, there’s expensive bad advice. In fact, according to the White […]
January 19, 2019

What The Passing of John Bogle Means to Everyday Investors

I was saddened to hear the news of John C. Bogle’s death on January 16 at 89. He meant so much to so many ordinary, everyday […]
November 7, 2018

Socially Responsible Investing: This Isn’t A Fad

It’s human nature to want to invest money to make more money, but now millions of everyday consumers also want to know their investments align with […]
August 17, 2018

Your paycheck is bigger than you think; don’t leave money on the table

Before you accepted your current position at your company, chances are you sat across a table and negotiated your salary along with a healthcare plan that […]
July 3, 2018

‘Ding-Dong the Fiduciary Rule is Dead’. Here’s What It Means For You

The brokerage and insurance industries are singing it from the rooftops. No more rule requiring advisors to act in their clients’ best interests. Now it’s back […]
May 24, 2018

Financial Advice for the Teachers in Your Life

Most teachers working in our public system have a pension, and they expect that pension to be a key part of their income after they retire. […]
April 12, 2018

If the Fiduciary Rule is Killed, Will Any Advisors act in Your Best Interest?

The whole idea behind the Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule was to protect consumers from the blatant conflicts of interest that are standard operating practice in […]
March 7, 2018

Here’s why wealthy investors don’t lose money in the stock market

For the record, this has been one of the longest running bull markets in the history of the stock market. But last month, a sudden and […]
January 17, 2018

Finally, Consumers are in the Driver’s Seat with Financial Advisors

If you follow the news on personal finance-related matters at all, you’ve probably heard about the delay in implementing the third part of the Department of […]