The World’s Most Expensive Hobby (Part 4)
- Households directly hold a significant percentage of stocks, close to 40% of the U.S. equity market.
- But the average household gives up about 1.5% a year in performance through unproductive trading.
- Such underperformance can lead to substantial differences over an investment lifetime.
Continue reading “1.5 Percent Is A Rounding Error, Right?”
- A financial advisor can help with crafting an investment plan that is suited to your goals, needs, and risk tolerance.
- A Strategic Model Portfolio can then be implemented to meet your investment objectives.
- Sound investment management that includes Portfolio Construction, Wealth Management, and Behavioral Coaching can provide tangible long-term benefit.
Continue reading “The Three Key Benefits of Sound Investment Management Advice”
- Financial retirement is when you generate enough passive income to cover living expenses.
- Through aggressive saving, you can financially retire sooner rather than later.
- This is the foundation of a movement called FIRE, which breaks down to this: the more you save, the more quickly you can retire.
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- Traditional advice is to never invest short-term savings.
- But investing a small portion of these savings may provide households with a tangible benefit.
- Over an investment lifetime, adhering to the status quo can lead to a significant drag on an investor’s overall long-term wealth.
Continue reading “Short-Term Cash: Don’t Leave Money On the Table”
- One measure of a nation’s success is its PPP GDP Per Capita.
- But there are other measures of a country’s success that may be more relevant, such as the happiness of its citizens.
- The correlation between the happiness index and taxes is strong and robust, and thus worth considering when implementing tax policy.
Continue reading “Don’t Hold Your Breath (Part 3)”