Monthly Archives: October 2008

Actively Managed Funds Struggle Amid Crisis

Here’s a good article from the Wall Street Journal. I’ve copied the article in case the link stops working. The link is at the bottom. By Paulette Miniter | SmartMoney If you ever wondered whether it pays to buy an … Continue reading

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I’m Losing Control!!

Todays post gets at the heart of the issue in times like this. I’m reprinting article from Jason Zweig. Zweig writes a column for the WSJ and is a writer we quote often in our coaching sessions with clients as … Continue reading

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Is Cash Really a Better Option?

Here’s a really good article from the New York Times that addresses one of the most common responses to a market downturn – moving your money to cash. Before you do, read the rest of this article and call us … Continue reading

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History of Home Prices

Here is an entertaining perspective of the housing bubble. For those of you who get sick at the IMAX theater, better have some dramamine ready. This production was created by the folks at www.speculativebubble.com Here’s the chart that the roller … Continue reading

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