COVID-19 & Your Investment Strategy

As I write this on March 5, 2020, COVID-19 is causing waves in global economies and markets. Over the last eight trading days, the S&P 500 sold off by more than 3% on four days but also bounced back sharply, … Continue reading

What Should Investors Do About The Coronavirus?

The financial markets are taking a big dip this week over fears about the spreading coronavirus, erasing gains from earlier this year. You may understandably be nervous about your money and your family’s health. Below are a few key items … Continue reading

Mines, Forests & Investing Fools

The underperformance of value stocks over the past 10 years has received much attention from the financial media and led at least some investors to conclude that value investing – synonymous with Warren-Buffet-style investing – is dead. While headlines like … Continue reading

Three Reasons To Invest Internationally

U.S. stocks have significantly outperformed international stocks in recent years. And U.S.-based multinational companies are major players in the world economy. Yet, forsaking international stocks is not good idea. U.S.-based investors generally favor U.S.-based investments. This has become known as … Continue reading

Ep 19: Dynamic Strategy: Retirement Income Planning Series – Part 4

When building a financial plan that’s based around investing, it’s important to take into account a handful of dynamic elements that will likely vary quite a bit throughout your retirement. Tune in to our fourth installment of the series to hear how you can organize your plan around dynamic market expectations, dynamic allocations, and dynamic spending. Continue reading