My wife and I love to go sailing in the ocean off of Fort Pierce Inlet during the months of May, June, and July. The water turns that magnificent turquoise color that we see on the Chamber-of-Commerce calendar. The seas tend to be low,...Read More
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If you have ever considered ditching your cable bill, you are not alone. In the first quarter of this year, Comcast lost 121,000 pay-TV subscribers while AT&T lost 544,000 pay-TV customers. That means nearly 700,000 “cut the...Read More
Anyone who attends our public presentations knows how much we value all of the quality information that is free to us as Americans. We are much better off than the citizens of Canada, who struggle with terrible gaps in necessary...Read More
President Trump recently signed an executive order that will review the rules governing retirement plans. Among the issues under consideration is the timing of mandatory distributions from plans. Specifically, the length of time over...Read More
It’s a question we hear all of the time. From a pure tax standpoint, we’re not sure it ever makes sense to carry a mortgage. Just like the comment frequently brought to us: “My taxes are too high; I need more...Read More
In our last newsletter we alerted our clients that there were long-term challenges to the markets due to high prices for stocks and rising interest rates. We have recently seen a degree of volatility unseen for well more than a year....Read More
When is it appropriate to adjust your investment objective? One thing is for sure; it is never when we are emotionally swept up by market exuberance, or conversely, when we are in the grips of widespread panic. Instead, our objectives...Read More