Category Archives: Advice

Buy Assets, Not Doodads

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Bargain shopping

“The best bargains are not just stocks or assets whose prices are down the most, but rather those stocks having the lowest prices in relation to future potential earnings power.” — Sir John Templeton

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Warren Buffett’s 10 Rules

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It’s all in the Risk

Robert Rubin, former Secretary of the Treasury, changed the way I thought about risk when he wrote: “As I think back over the years, I have been guided by four principles for decision making. First, the only certainty is that … Continue reading

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If you think you have it figured out – sell everything.

If you think you have it figured out – sell everything. Individuals go to college to become doctors, lawyers and even circus clowns. Yet, every day, individuals pile into one of the most complicated games on the planet with their … Continue reading

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The Trend Is Your Friend

It is important to remember that the “trend is your friend” as long as you are paying attention to, and respecting, its direction. Get on the wrong side of the trend and it can become your worst enemy.

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Opportunities to Invest

“The reality is that opportunities to invest in the market come along as often as taxi cabs in New York city.”

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Most Important Concept In Wealth Management

Most investors miss the most important concept in wealth management because they are laser focused on returns as the primary benchmark of success. This propensity to chase returns is magnified during periods when markets are shooting the lights out, as … Continue reading

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A Financial Snapshot of the Average American

Averages are a funny thing. I remember a teacher’s example: A guy had his head in the oven and his feet in the refrigerator. When asked how he felt, he said, “On average, pretty good.” Averages can be an odd … Continue reading

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9 Super Technical Wall Street Interview Questions

Wall Street interviews are notoriously difficult, and the tricky questions we included make them even harder. Being properly prepared to answer difficult technical questions is especially vital for anyone trying to get a job on Wall Street. That goes for … Continue reading

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