Where Should You Be Investing In 2019?

As 2018 comes to a close, most of you will be more than happy to wipe away the last three months of stock market woes.  With interest rates sure to climb up more in 2019, uncertainty with the China trade wars, and a looming national debt, it has many investors wondering where the best place is to put your money in 2019.  While nobody can predict the future, it’s important to review how you are investing your money relative to your goals, objectives, time frames, risk tolerances, tax brackets, etc. In 2018, we saw far too many people who were older and had too much money in the stock market.  It’s important to remember to ‘act your age’ and in general you should look at the rule of 100.  If you are 60 years old, roughly 60 percent of your portfolio should be in safer more secure type investments and 40 percent in equity or investments that carry more risk.  ...

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What If Tiger Woods Was A Stock?

Have you ever asked yourself around a specific investment you have whether you should buy, sell, or hold the investment? If Tiger Woods was a stock in today’s marketplace, the big question you should be asking yourself is should I buy, sell, or hold Tiger Woods? The media currently has an insatiable appetite around the Tiger Woods scandal. In my opinion, this lesson around Tiger Woods could be one of the most important lessons around how investing should be viewed in the future, and most something certainly to consider around how you go about portfolio development for the future. ...

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What Should A GenXer Do During These Turbulent Times?

These are one of those unique times where if you're a GenXer (1965-1979), this isn’t the first time you have seen a market take a sharp downturn. You experienced this about 8 years ago with the internet bust. Many of you have college education degrees, MBAs, and you have good jobs, but you're simply asking yourself will I be able to make any money in the stock market in the long haul? Is the economy going to get worse? How do I balance college education savings and think about retirement. ...

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