Grandich Tidbits

  • I often cringe when I hear the public-at-large and most financial advisors discussing retirement, as both are many times “barking up the wrong tree” when it comes to retirement planning. And one of the major missteps is not planning for the unexpected. This article touches on one that I think needs to be paramount in all plans.
  • Now well into my fourth decade in and around Wall Street, I can say without reservation that I never seen complacency among investor and professionals alike this high. This article notes four of the factors the vast majority of investors and professionals have assumed are no longer worthy of concern. Let me remind you what happens when one ASS-U-ME.
  • Your financial advisor may not have your best interest at heart? Is this your advisor?
  • There are numerous info commercials, books, and conferences on how to make tons of money. Live like the rich, etc. Forget them all. Just follow this real-life story of these two who said they were broke not too long ago and now look at them.

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