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The Mistake of a Lifetime

March 8, 2012

Human behavior is interesting.  Sometimes we get so anchored in our thinking that we miss the long-term big picture.  One of the best examples of this is our thinking about our financial decisions and age 65.  Conventional thinking is...

We Never Let Go

March 30, 2012

A recent article in the Wall St. Journal shared the story of a stock mutual fund manager who maintains a buy-and-hold investment philosophy. Like him, every investment professional must adopt a philosophy for making investment decisions. The question...

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