4 Keys: Avoid letting fear and greed drive your decision-making

It is commonly said that fear and greed drive the stock market, but you should avoid letting fear and greed drive your decision-making.


An Alternative to Budgeting: A Proven And Sustainable Framework for Success

As an Alternative to Budgeting, the Live, Give, Owe, Grow exercise puts you in control and can help you pursue financial success


Tesla Stock Splits & More: Cut Through The Noise

Welcome to our first episode of Cut Through the Noise, where Anthony Saffer and Alex Okugawa tackle the hottest topics in financial markets and life.


How Do Low Interest Rates Affect Retirement?

Interest rates have an impact, especially when we're talking about retirement planning, thus having the right plan is essential.


What Do Low Interest Rates Mean for My Retirement?

Mortgage rates are at historically low levels and borrowing money is relatively cheap. However, a retiree typically has less debt and more saved in…


What Does a Stock Market “All Time High” NOT Mean?

With the market at an all-time high, knowing what this does not mean is vitally important. Here are 3 things to consider:


Value Investing: Will Big, Growth Companies Continue to Dominate?

With the extraordinary performance of a handful of tech-giants, it leads many investors to wonder if we should expect these stocks to continue such strong…


Should you pay off your mortgage for retirement?

Because mortgage interest is generally tax-deductible and interest rates are currently low, some believe that a homeowner should extend a mortgage as long as…


Real Estate vs. Stocks: Which is better?

Here are the "Pros and Con"s of real estate and stock investing and how to invest in order to grow your wealth and generate income down the road.


Second Quarter 2020 Investment Market Review

Recessions understandably trigger worries over how markets might perform. See the Second Quarter 2020 Investment Market Review.


Investment Strategy Basics: How to think about portfolio construction

Perhaps you see the S&P 500 has dropped 2% and think to yourself, “Oh no, my portfolio has dropped 2%!”


What Will the Stock Market Do This Week?

Recent weeks, following the fastest bear market in history