Where are you putting all that cash?

For the past decade, it has been incredibly difficult for savers to earn much on their cash savings. However, this is changing as the Federal Reserve raises interest rates to battle inflation. As a result, yields on various cash vehicles are now becoming more interesting.  ... Read More

What investment could beat owning an NFL team?

Earlier this month, the Denver Broncos sold for $4.65 billion. If this deal goes through, it would be the highest price for an American sports team. Considering the prior owner purchased the team for $78 million, there were many comments about how great an investment pro sports franchises can be. But, is that always the case?   ... Read More

Market Sell Off: Consider Tax-Loss Harvesting

Avoiding the urge to sell stocks during a market downturn is generally a good strategy, as downturns tend to be short-lived. The recovery can happen quickly and often when the outlook appears the worst. However, there is one tax strategy that might be useful during times like these, tax-loss harvesting. ... Read More

Self-Investors: Value or Growth?

As of the beginning of April, value stocks are outperforming in all areas of the stock market. We see strong returns in large, medium and small companies, as well as international companies. What is c... Read More

How to Build a Post-COVID Portfolio

The Coronavirus has changed our lives - what we do, where we go, and how we interact. In fact, there’s increasing evidence that COVID could fundamentally change how we invest our money in the future. ... Read More

Real Estate: Coronavirus Impact

When people think about real estate, buying and selling homes generally comes to mind. However, in the investment world, real estate is generally dominated by office buildings, industrial warehouses,... Read More

Who Pays Debts After Death?

If you have a mortgage on your house, what happens when you die?  What about a car lease or credit card debt?  Are your heirs required to pay off what you owe? What is the financial legacy that you...... Read More

Want A Guaranteed Negative Return?

Here we go again! On Wednesday, August 14th, we watched the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) drop over 800 points.  The previous Monday the Dow ended down over 700 points. But what you may have ...... Read More

Time to Refinance Your Mortgage?

Amazingly, mortgage rates are once again at historical low levels. Last year the average rate on a 30-year mortgage was 4.54 percent. Now rates have dropped below 4 percent. A few mortgage provider...... Read More