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S Sep 2, 2015

Cash: What’s Not To Like

Q. As a long time follower of the Couch Potato portfolios, and now as a retiree drawing from my savings, I have a question about management. While working, I invested regularly through payroll deduction. I didn't try timing the market. I rode the 2008 downturn to its bottom, all the time buying new shares from monthly salary deductions. I recovered my pre-recession value well before the market fully recovered. read more…

AB Sep 1, 2015

If This Then That for Your Heart

After reading last week's article on Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) and bystander CPR, Scott mentioned the importance of having your heart stop when you are in the company of others. He makes a good point, because 88 percent of SCA occurs in the home. An unprecedented 27 percent of Americans live alone. Many of these are senior citizens. In fact 47 percent of women over age 75 are going solo. read more…

A Aug 31, 2015

Should You Worry When Stock Markets Hit All-Time Highs?

It’s the most common question I’ve received for many months.  “I’m new to investing.  With the market near its peak, should I wait for the market to get a bit cheaper?”  Such investors know their history—at least some of it.  Markets rise and markets fall. Now that we’ve seen a very visible fall, the same folks are wondering if they should wait some more.  read more…

S Aug 28, 2015

Lacy Hunt: Why Interest Rates Won’t Rise

Economist Lacy Hunt thinks long-term Treasury bonds are a buy.That’s definitely not the conventional wisdom. He’s nearly alone in his view, but it has been correct year after year. The conventional wisdom has been wrong.Maybe its time more people listened to what he says. read more…

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The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing

From Millionaire Teacher to Millionaire Expat

By
Andrew Hallam

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