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  • Stock Investment Lessons from the Surge - 16 April 2008
  • More Marines can do the trick. That applies to bombs and coffins. Why should stock investment be any different? Does your portfolio shave some market capitalization everyday? Is the foreclosure wolf at your door? Do you worry about diabetes, Alzheimer’s and the unspeakable ‘C’ word?

  • Inflation Facts and Fiction - 14 April 2008
  • The figures you read and hear may sound wrong. Hyper inflation for one person may not concern the wealthy. An official figure is like a stock market index. An average can mislead. The bills that accumulate in your mail are facts. Fed claims may appear fanciful. Politicians claim to have taken corrective actions. You do not know when such steps will take effect. How should you deal with threats of expenses overtaking revenues?

  • The Liquidity Imperative for Financial Planning Today - 11 April 2008
  • Cash is always king of the financial planning world. Its dominance as a priority has been heightened of late. Nothing can be as cramping as losing liquidity in a volatile and inflationary market environment.

  • Financial Planning for the Next Generation of Your Family - 7 April 2008
  • It is the most enduring feature of North American financial planning. The entire continent has seen liberal inward migration for the last 500 years. Even Aleutians have originally come across the Baring Straits. Every continent and race finds at least a nook in contemporary USA.

  • Use Every China Currency Blog to Your Financial Planning Peril - 3 April 2008
  • You are in teeming company if you like to blog. Using the Internet for crucial stock trade decisions is another matter. We are in the same boat as every other Internet publisher. The code is to make sure that the audience benefits from visits to your web site. That is why we advocate staying away from speculation in currencies.

  • The Productive Distraction of Retirement Financial Planning - 2 April 2008
  • Here are three useful thoughts to start each day:
    1. You are never too young to start retirement financial planning.
    2. Retirement financial planning is never complete because we cannot be sure of what the future holds.
    3. A 401(K) and every IRA are sacred and untouchable forms of capital.

  • Recession Proofing Stock through Customer Loyalty - 1 April 2008
  • “Check out Starbucks. There is a spike in media interest, and I want to know where we stand on this stock”.

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