Blog Category: investment-management

Asset Allocation Series 5 of 5

Asset Allocation: Part 5 of 5 by Retire Fast. This is the last in a series about asset allocation. In the last par $ of this series, you determined your ideal asset mix. In Part 5 you will learn when and how to rebalance your... Read More

Asset Allocation Series Part 4 of 5

Asset Allocation: Part 4 of 5 This is the fourth in a series about asset allocation. In our last series 3, we learned about the different asset categories. In this series you will determine your ideal asset mix. As mentioned in an earlier, asset... Read More

Asset Allocation: Part 3 of 5

Asset Allocation: Part 3 of 5 This article is the third in a series devoted to asset allocation. The last article focused on you what items influence your asset allocation. In this article you will learn about the different asset categories. There... Read More

Asset Allocation Series Part 2

Asset Allocation: Part 2 of 5 This is the second article in a series of five that discusses asset allocation, in easy terms.  The first article focused on you - what asset allocation is and why you need to use it. This article will teach you... Read More

Asset Allocation Series Part 1

Asset Allocation: Part 1 of 5 Often financial “experts” make asset allocation difficult to understand.  Our goal in this series of this blog is for you to understand asset allocation thoroughly, in an easy to understand... Read More

Greed? Random Movement? Value? What Drives Markets?

Greed? Random Movement? Value? What Drives Markets?           Successful investors tend to follow a disciplined approach to the market. If the market isn’t trending in their favor, then they call... Read More

Business Owners Should Invest to Reduce Risk, Not Chase Return

Many small business owners, at least in my experience, only reluctantly invest in the market. Entrepreneurs usually prefer to stick with businesses they know and, above all else, have enough hassle in their day-to-day battles to get excited about... Read More

GE Cuts Dividend: What Income Should Investors Expect Now?

General Electric announced Monday it will be cutting its dividend payment in half, from 24 cents a share to 12 cents a share. If you buy stocks for income, chances are this is big news. General Electric is one of the most widely-held stocks on Wall... Read More