Monthly Archives: March 2014

Fed Moves Markets–Yet Again

Investment professionals with long memories can remember the olden days when the investment markets and the U.S. economy were not–and were not supposed to be–controlled, rigged or otherwise directly manipulated by the U.S. central bank.  But we are far from … Continue reading

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Shrinking the “Other” Deficit

If you’re looking for good news, take a look at what economists call the “current account deficit,” which is a way of measuring the flow of goods and services into and out of the country.  As you can see from … Continue reading

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Should I Name My Adult Child as Trustee?

This is a question that we get asked often.  And, it is one that requires careful consideration before making a final selection. Many people prefer to select an adult child as their trustee because, in most cases, they can depend … Continue reading

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The 411 on the New Wisconsin Trust Code

From the desk of Charlie McCullough Having my parents living with our family has been a great experience for our children as well as for Lisa and me. It definitely has eased our minds to know they are happy and … Continue reading

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20 things you probably don’t know about the Russian incursion into the Ukraine

Our hearts and prayers go out to the people of Ukraine, as they undergo both an internal political crisis and what appears to be military intervention from Russia.  For people of a certain age, the current events, with tanks rolling … Continue reading

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