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Who do you trust?

The latest issue of Wealth Management magazine dealt with the upcoming election.

One of the more interesting things about our recent presidential election (and it’s a long list) is that the traditional political battle lines have not only moved, they’ve been decimated—broken into such unrecognizable shapes that the head spins.

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Hostage taker at Moscow bank turns himself in

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

MOSCOW (AFP) – A man who took four people hostage at a bank in central Moscow late on Wednesday (Aug 24) has surrendered to police, local authorities said. 281 more words

Current Affairs

Taking Advantage of a Declining Stock Market Might Actually Help Your Retirement

Saving for retirement is like a long journey.  On this journey, a declining stock market can work to your advantage if you take the opportunity. 250 more words

Financial Planning

Department of Labor Passes Fiduciary Rule for Non-RIA Firms

by Steve Scott

The historic news out of Washington, as it affects the world of finance and investments, is the Department of Labor’s passing of the Fiduciary Rule on April 6th, 2016. 359 more words


Is bigger really better?

Everyone wants to see their business grow.  That’s true whether you own a small restaurant or an investment firm.  Some investors look at the size of the firm as an indication of the quality of the advice they will get, assuming that bigger is better. 333 more words


Visiting Porto

So, we went to visit my parents three weeks ago. They live in Zamora, a region in Spain very close to Portugal. For three days we left Biel with his grandparents and we visited Porto. 401 more words