One challenge investment advisors face is framing a response to an unusual event. The government shutdown certainly ranks as an unusual event.
Seeking Alpha just published my article comparing returns for mutual funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). You can read it here.
Exchange Traded Funds
A proposal in President Obama’s 2014 budget request reduces cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) for Social Security benefits, federal pensions (annuities) and
Yesterday the S&P 500 Index hit its all-time high, finally topping the previous high of 1565 in October 2007. It was up again today, another new record.
Which type of investment advisor is best for you: a small, independent financial advisor or the private client group of a large national firm? A recent New York
Capital gains taxes became higher – and more complicated – this year. The top capital gains rate is now 20% (used to be 15%) and other changes can push actual
If you're thinking about purchasing Long-term Care Insurance (LTCi), now is a good time to act. The leading seller of LTCi, Genworth Financial, has announced
Yesterday, I was the featured guest on Mike Causey’s weekly radio show. We discussed recent returns for the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) and the advantages and
Wednesday, December 12th, was the 25th anniversary of the Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS). Federal News Radio (1500 AM) interviewed me as part of