Is It Fair To Expect Growth Rates of the Past?

Lease vs. Buying: What Every Car Dealer Doesn't Want You to Know

Let’s face it, buying a car is usually one of the most strenuous and, dare I say it, unpleasant experiences. When you are approached by the salesperson the conversation is typically steered...

Compound Interest: The Eighth Wonder of the World

 "Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it ... he who doesn't ... pays it."            

   -Albert Einstein

 

What is compound interest, why is it so...

Part 4: Back to the Future: Fed Normalization and What it Means for You

On March 17th, we wrote about the size and makeup of the Fed’s balance sheet and our concern if it were to unwind. Little did we know the latest Federal Reserve meeting minutes would disclose the...

Which Investor Are You? Tips for Savings Success

Assuming contribution dollars and frequency are the same, which investor will have more at retirement given no market exposure? Investor A who starts contributing at age 22 but stops contributing...

Gibberish? Maybe. A Glossary of Important Terms

To kick off Financial Literacy month approaching in April, we wanted to share with you some common industry terms that can be misunderstood. We found that many investors have different...

Part 3: The State of The Bond Markets - Should You Be Concerned?

3. The Corporate Bond Bubble

Part 2: The State of The Bond Markets - Should You Be Concerned?

2. The Overstimulated Monetary Base

Part 1: The State of The Bond Markets - Should You Be Concerned?

1. The Fed and its Balance Sheet

Is Slow Growth Saving for the Future?

Slow growth in the U.S. economy has been one of the most consistent topics of conversation since the end of the Great Recession (2007-2009). In fact, the U.S. economy has realized real GDP growth...