Are Investors More Like Tigers or African Wild Dogs?

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It appears investors – retail and institutional – have become rather like predators. They patiently stalk shares, waiting for a dip, and then they strike – buying stocks when prices fall. Consider last week. Barron’s described it like this: “The … Read More

Winter Holidays Are Almost Here

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It’s that time of year when people search and search for just-the-right gifts at just-the-right-prices for friends and loved ones. The National Retail Federation expects holiday sales to rise by 3.6 percent to 4.0 percent this year and total about … Read More

Are You Bullish About Pet Tech?

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Early in the last century, authors like Anna Sewell (Black Beauty) and Jack London (White Fang) wrote stories that encouraged readers to understand and empathize with animals. Today, entrepreneurs are developing devices to help people better understand pets. Here are … Read More

Education Saving & Investing [Webinar]

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Kevin Theissen, principal and financial advisor at Skygate Financial Group goes over ideas to save and invest for education. The main goal is to get our kids educated. To do this money becomes one of the tools. Please feel free … Read More

Parents & Older Family Members

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If you don’t live near your parents and older family members, you may want to learn more about Social Security’s Representative Payment Program (RPP). The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College (CRRBC) published a brief in August that provided some … Read More

Pulling Ink Out of the Air

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Air pollution is one of the biggest environmental and human health threats in the world, according to a 2016 World Health Organization report: “To date, air pollution – both ambient (outdoor) and household (indoor) – is the biggest environmental risk … Read More

The Tooth Fairy is Awfully Generous These Days

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Since 1998, an insurance firm has conducted a poll to determine how much swag the tooth fairy or, depending on your country, the magical mouse, elf, brownie, or tooth rat has been leaving behind for children who’ve lost their teeth. … Read More

It Ain’t What You Don’t Know That Gets You Into Trouble

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…It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so,” wrote Mark Twain. In 2016, NerdWallet commissioned a survey* to get a better handle on Americans’ thoughts about lying when money is involved. It’s interesting to note which money-saving lies … Read More

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