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Investing Intelligence?

Of course, intelligence doesn’t always translate into wise behavior. Studies of behavioral finance have found the human brain is more interested in survival than saving. “It turns out that, when it comes to money matters, we are wired to do it all wrong. Our brains have evolved over thousands of […]

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An Action Plan for Long Term Care

An Action Plan for Long Term Care  – this is an excellent resources for us all. Christine Benz of Morningstar.com is obsessed with Long Term Care and this article has many links and you may find them helpful as well. I follow Christine because she really delivers the facts and thinking […]

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Market Commentary

Has the stock market moved too far, too fast in 2021? I have shared with many of you that the market moves backward 30% of the time. The stock market does not go up in a straight line. Even while in the midst of a bull market, like the one […]

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Virtual Experiences We Think You’ll Love

When COVID-19 first hit, closures and lockdowns made virtual resources the only way to see certain sites—drawing in viewers to virtual zoo tours and the like. A Forbes article reported that the number of searches for the term “virtual tour” soared from 1,300 in February 2020 to nearly 10,000 the […]

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“We, the Family”: The Benefits of a Family Constitution

Wealth and family can be a tricky mix. Affluence can help families achieve great things and realize their shared vision, of course. But it also can create resentments and rifts that could potentially damage a family’s financial position and cause estrangement among family members. What’s more, as wealthy families grow […]

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