Identity Theft – 4 Preventative Steps to Take Now

Equifax recently announced a security breach resulting in criminals accessing information of approximately 143 million Americans. With Equifax being one of the “big-four” credit reporting agencies, this “break-in” is more incre… Read More

Top 8 Financial Steps to take after a Catastrophic Hurricane

Hurricane Harvey hitting Texas was the first Cat-4 hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. since hurricane Charley wrecked South Florida in 2004, causing over $16 billion in damage. Not having access to food, gas, electricity, medical suppl… Read More

3 Football Strategies to Help Score a Successful Retirement

It’s not whether you get knocked down, it’s whether you get up.” – Vince Lombardi NFL pro-football games run quite longer than the 60 minutes reserved on the clock. The Wall Street Journal calculated that an average… Read More

Dow 20K and Beyond – Keep Your Brain in the Game

“The underlying principles of sound investing should not alter from decade to decade, but the application of these principles must be adapted to changes in the financial mechanisms & climate.” -Ben Graham Now in the eighth year of a re… Read More

Trump Honeymoon is Over as the 100-Day Results are In

Commander-in-Chief Donald Trump, otherwise known as “The Donald” or “DJT” is our 21st Century P.T. Barnum. He seems to love being in the middle of controversy and pushing people’s buttons. Yet his ratings, along with his skin appear to be … Read More

Buy Stocks in May and Stay? Investing Your Money

October. This is one of the peculiarly dangerous months to speculate in stocks. The others are July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, December August and February. – Mark Twain Mayday is an emergency procedure word us… Read More

Top 40 Financial Hacks for your New Year’s Resolutions

The song “Auld Lang Syne” is derived from a famous Scot’s poem which is played with the start of every New Year. The title may be translated into English literally as “for the sake of old times.” While old times and good friends should not… Read More

Money Sanity: Top 10 Holiday Budgeting & Financial Gift Tips

Buying holiday gifts can lead to greater debt as well as increased stress, family arguments, depression, loss of sleep, headaches and even anxiety if not planned-out properly. While it may bring you tremendous satisfaction to see your frie… Read More

Decoding Wall Street Headline News: Not a Trick or Treat

For hundreds of years, doomsday soothsayers have been continually flooding us with their predictions on everything from the direction and strength of the stock market to the outcomes of Presidential elections and professional sporting even… Read More