Market Review and Status – End of 2017

This occasional review is probably a dangerous thing for me, but something I’ve wanted to do for a while.  It is dangerous because you and I will be able to read the archives and see how I did from a hindsight perspective that I do not have as I write them.  So if you’re willing […]

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Some Investment Education History

As I built the web pages for the Finance section of this site as part of it relaunch, I realized that I wanted to put much more into the description of how I got my financial education.  Here is a brief history of my investment education. My education really started when I was in elementary […]

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When Life Gets Complicated (Part 2)

In the last blog entry, I discussed how things we consider to be rather simple tasks can become more complicated as we age. Also mentioned was how additional home services can handle these tasks and allow someone to continue to live in their home rather than moving into a care facility, which is cheaper overall. […]

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Your company CEO gets paid too much

If you are an investor who owns stocks in your portfolio, your company board of directors may be doing you a disservice by paying the CEO too much. According to this article in the American Association of Individual Investors website, the company returns for CEOs that get paid in the upper tiers are much less […]

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