Tag: retirement

How to Make $1 Million in America

This week, Bill reviews his simple, but surefire, way for anyone to make a $1 Million in America.  The video ties in observations about our country, from afar.

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America Is Facing A Retirement Crisis

At no time over the last century has the American working public faced a bleaker retirement situation.  Workers today have been beset by a “perfect storm” of conditions that will either prevent them from being able to truly retire, or likely delay that day long past when they’d hope to retire. There are several explanations

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The Volatility Is Too Damn High Party

While the title of this week’s Market Message is a humorous play on The Rent Is Too Damn High Party, there is no doubt that the market’s volatility in the past 4 years has got investors skittish and uncomfortable.  What’s more, the frequency of large daily declines (2% or more) is somewhat unprecedented. This only

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OPERS Investment Account Running Off The Rails?

I’m always amazed to hear the investment officers at the Oregon Public Employee Retirement System (OPERS) lauded for their longer-term performance record.  It entirely ignores the concept of risk, and fails to acknowledge how the officers’ risk-taking has manifested in the weakened state of the fund today, and the damage its doing to municipal budgets

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Putting Muni Bonds In An IRA…And Why Bond Funds Suck

Sometimes, putting municipal bonds in an IRA makes complete sense. Plus, I’ll cover why bond funds suck. To view this video on YouTube and comment, click here.

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