Monthly Archives: July 2017

Don’t put off fun!

  Putting Off Fun is a Bad Idea If you’re like most people, you carefully put off doing something fun—like taking a trip or treating yourself—until you finished your work.  Of course, for most people, the work never ends, and … Continue reading

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It’s a dilemna

  Aging Dilemma   Should today’s 70-year-old American be considered “old?”  How do you define that term these days?  Statistically, your average 70-year-old has just a 2% chance of dying within a year.  The estimated upper limits of average life … Continue reading

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Prudent diversification – a market discussion

  Measuring the Market Have you ever wondered what stock market professionals and equity analysts talk about in their spare time?  Recently, the Bloomberg website featured a debate about something that is getting a lot of attention recently: the historically … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico..economy, statehood

Statehood or Bust? You’ve probably read about the troubled finances of Puerto Rico, the U.S. territory in the Caribbean that has issued more than $70 billion in municipal bonds, with no visible way to pay out the interest, much less … Continue reading

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