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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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New Market Highs Not Rare, Don’t Predict Declines

On October 3, 2018, the S&P 500 hit yet another high. This left those who believe in timing markets wondering if they should cash out, as the end must be near. Just seven days later the index fell 4.3% in just two days, which seemed to confirm those fears. Certainly, the market will eventually decline […]

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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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Just Say No To The Next Big Thing

How do you spot the investment opportunity that will become the next Apple, Facebook, or Microsoft? Certainly they are out there. Someone is going to discover them and be set for life, so why shouldn’t it be you? Here’s why it shouldn’t.

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Ask if Advisors Follow Their Own Investment Advice

There is an old adage that says, “What is good for the goose is good for the gander.” In today’s urbanized world, most of us probably wouldn’t have the slightest idea what’s good for geese. Yet we still know that this saying reminds us to be cautious about anyone who makes recommendations they don’t follow […]

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