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Your experiences and history will provide valuable guidance to the next generation and will bring greater appreciation of who you are and what you’ve accomplished.
Going Back, Way Back
I’ve just returned from a trip to the land of my heritage with experiences that touched my heart deeply. Pouring over our family’s history in Sweden, I couldn’t help but think how special it would be if I could see my ancestors and hear their voices. In this digital age with video, it’s easy to pass stories from generation to generation. In those days, it wasn’t possible.
Legacy Planning in the Digital Age
In January 2003, as he approached his 60th birthday, Robert De Niro told Esquire magazine that there was one thing more than any other that he regretted:
I always wanted to chronicle the family history with my mother. She was always interested in that.
Is the Dow Due for a 10% Correction?
Is it really time to celebrate? It’s been over 1000 days without a 10% correction, so chances are there will be some profit taking going forward. The geopolitical issues with ISIS abroad, the US economy not as resilient as we’d like and our deficit continuing to grow at an alarming rate
What Should I Invest In?
There are three investments, I’ll bet you don’t even think about that can easily be worth more to you than the gains in your portfolio.
How to Protect Yourself Against Scams
Skimming through my emails the other day, one caught my attention. It said “Account Alert – IMPORTANT Membership Notification for your Card.” It was clearly from customer service at American Express and said “NEW! Card Security Guarding Procedures.”
Which Investor Are You?
Three friends each put $5,000 into the stock market every year since 1960. Samantha was very lucky and managed to pick the best day of every year to buy. Jenny’s approach was easier and more consistent.