Category Archives: Investing

Buyer’s Remorse – Financial Products Edition

We’ve all had that feeling after a relatively large purchase decision that maybe we should never have bought the product in the first place, right? Maybe we feel that it was pushed upon us, or that it’s overly complicated, or … Continue reading

Posted in Taxes, Financial Planning, Investing, Retirement Planning

Knowledge Through Candy: Together, We Know More Than We Do Alone

How many times have you heard someone refer to “The Market” as if it was practically a sentient being, complete with its own goals, motivation and personality quirks? Obviously, that’s not the case. We know that rather than being its … Continue reading

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Trouble Letting Go

Once a year, I go through my closet to identify clothes that I haven’t worn in a long while. My intent is to determine which things to keep, which to part with, and which items are so worn that they … Continue reading

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Turning Lemons Into Lemonade: 3 Financial Planning Techniques For Market Declines

Let’s get one thing out of the way right at the top: it feels lousy when the stock market goes down. No matter how many times we tell ourselves that declines are temporary and losses don’t become permanent until we … Continue reading

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