Tag Archives: portfolio
In a prior blog post, I debunked the myth that millennials were staying out of the stock market. That was good, but I came up with a new head-scratcher. Retirees are maintaining high equity allocations throughout retirement, and the allocations … Read more
Global bond yields hover near all-time lows. In the United States, a 10-year Treasury note yields less than 2%. In Europe and Japan, the bond markets have tumbled through the looking glass into a world of negative interest rates. About … Read more
“The strongest of all warriors are these two—time and patience.”
-Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace
Recently, there’s been a lot of talk about rising interest rates and what that means for bond investors. One “solution” (suggested mostly by active fund … Read more
As the holidays approach, I begin to evaluate my clients’ portfolios and look for year-end opportunities. Here’s a list of to ensure that you’re not leaving anything on the table.
- Get more out of tax-loss harvesting.
- Tune up your portfolio
“Oh when I was a kid, I got no respect. I played hide and seek. They wouldn’t even look for me.”
– Rodney Dangerfield¹
For a number of years, I’ve been having conversations about portfolio construction. The specific focus of … Read more
One of the first things a homeowner learns is the importance of inspecting conditions regularly and performing maintenance as needed. All it takes is one leaky sink that, over time, ends up putting a damp hole in your drywall to … Read more