Irrational investor behavior is nothing new, but as Sarah Yakel pointed out in her blog last week, the sheer volume of data (both good and bad) and wanna-be-stock analysts has increased dramatically in recent years. Some have made headlines touting
Investing has been front and center this past month with the ongoing Reddit/GameStop/Robinhood saga all over the news: In a Yahoo Finance poll, 28% of investors polled admitted to buying one of the stocks in the news—AMC was the
It’s February. It’s the month of love, Valentine’s Day. With love comes marriage, and marriage is a beautiful thing. But, what a lot of people forget to talk about is there is a business side to marriage, in the midst
The groundhog really was not joking with his appearance implying 6 more weeks of winter. While the snow can be beautiful, snow days lose a little bit of their magic when you actually have to go somewhere and shovel it.
Global stock markets keep going up and up. Some things have indeed improved since the dark days of March 2020. But other conditions have worsened. Yet, it almost seems no matter what the news is, investors remain bullish. Clearly the
This is Ben. He is my 10-year-old and littlest child, and he is the best helper. Over Christmas break, Ben was helping me assemble a million new client packets, and he noticed the risk tolerance questionnaire that we include
It might sound strange, but not all debt is “bad.” Certain types of debt can actually provide opportunities to improve your financial future. To make smart decisions about if, when, and how much to borrow, you need to understand the
Happy 2021! Per Nathan’s last blog, I only have a couple of more weeks to say that, so I’m soaking it up. Cheers to everyone who has set their goals or resolutions for this year whether they be physical, mental,
I hope you and yours had a wonderful holiday season and your new year is off to a great start. Despite not being able to see most family as usual, our young children made the season very exciting/exhausting as always!
My recently received edition of Entertainment Weekly started with this glum opening editor’s note: “Nobody with a lick of sense should wax nostalgic about 2020. Should some future soul discover this letter many decades hence, when humanity lives in climate-controlled