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Are Americans Facing a Retirement Crisis?

Are Americans Facing a Retirement Crisis?

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Are Americans facing a retirement savings crisis?  The answer to that question depends on who you ask, and perhaps that individual’s prospects for retirement.  The Wall Street Journal recently asked two prominent economists if Americans were facing a retirement savings crisis.  Alicia Munnell, director of Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research and Andrew Biggs, resident scholar at the nonprofit American…

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Investors Can Learn a Lot from Farmers!

What Lessons Can Investors Learn from Farmers?

By | Financial Planning, Investing Lessons, Investment Returns, Passive Investing, Patience, Retirement Planning, Retirement Savings, Returns | No Comments

Spring is my favorite season of the year.  I suspect many of you feel the same way based on the amount of outdoor activity I have observed in recent days.  For me, spring means the start of the Major League Baseball season, hours of therapeutic and relaxing lawn care and landscaping activities, and the opportunity to watch my daughter Erin…

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Warren Buffett has declared himself the winner of the "Million-Dollar Bet."

Warren Buffett Declares Himself the Winner of the “Million-Dollar Bet”

By | Active Investing, Hedge Funds, Investing Lessons, Investment Returns, Passive Investing, Warren Buffett | No Comments

They do not call him the “Oracle of Omaha” for nothing; Warren Buffett knows a good bet when he sees one.  Nine years into a ten-year wager, now referred to as the “Million Dollar Bet,” Buffett has declared himself the winner. What exactly is the “Million-Dollar Bet?”  In 2007, Buffett engaged in a wager with asset management firm Protégé Partners…

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