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Expect Financial Advisors To Take Their Own Medicine

I receive a monthly newsletter from a company named Regenexx that is pioneering a new technology. This is where they take a person’s platelets or stem cells, process them, and then inject them back into a suffering joint with the hope the injected material will help the joint to repair itself. If you do some […]

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First Steps on Path to Financial Security

My hunch is that most people would agree they “should” invest for the future. My second hunch is that many of them don’t know how to start and are afraid of making serious mistakes. One of our resident planners, Sterling Gray, summed up that fear eloquently in a post on the KFG blog: “I noticed […]

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Pot Pie Portfolio a Tasty Investment Recipe

How can I expect a pot pie—a savory pastry with a mixture of potatoes, vegetables, and beef chunks—to taste like a beef pot roast? Even though beef is an ingredient in a pot pie, no reasonable diner would expect the two meals to taste the same. But that same reasonable diner might be perfectly comfortable […]

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Stock Market Predictions From a Broken Record

For investors, happy days have been here so long that it’s beginning to seem surreal. The United States stock market is at all-time highs; we have low unemployment rates and solid company profits. The big question is, “What will happen in the near future?” It’s a question that no reporter has asked me for years. […]

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The Millionaire Class

A few weeks ago I wrote about the increasing use of the term “Investor Class” as an inaccurate and generally disparaging synonym for the rich. The same day I wrote that piece, a reader sent me an article by Christopher Ingraham that appeared December 7, 2017, in The Washington Post. It was titled, “Economy is […]

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