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1-minute video: The Source of the Cost of Delaying Savings

Please enjoy this 1-minute video (for those receiving this by email: please click on the blog title line above). “Stacking” refers the the fact that each contribution you make, at different times, have different timeframes in which they grow by compounding. Thus, each contribution has different outcomes. This fact is rarely discussed so that people realize […]

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Pandemics and Your Money.

Pandemics, like the diseases themselves, run their course. The coronavirus will also run its course, as will its impact on global markets. This article isn’t about COVID-19. Rather this piece is about human nature and investing, and by extension, the success or failure of your long-term financial plan. What really should be unexpected in this […]

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Happiness and investing? Can you do both?

Happiness and investing? Can you do both?

The Happiness Equation, as it relates to investing, is an interrelationship between your perceptions and expectations of investing and events. How do you manage happiness when you can’t manage the markets or the events that influence the markets?   The inserted article below explains.   The happiness equation from Better Financial Education   Note: Your […]

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The Markets: Who Buys When People are Selling?

The Markets: Who Buys When People are Selling?

You may hear, when markets get “volatile,” that there are more sellers than buyers. Can that even happen? What does that phrase even mean? BTW, you hear it too in any market, including the real estate market. The article below, “A Question of Equilibrium,” explains the basics of how buyers and sellers always agree on […]

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