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The following, originally published in 2015, is among the most widely read and discussed posts here at RetirementSavvy. I am re-publishing the piece today because I recently read an article at CNBC that makes many of the same points with respect to homeownership. Interesting. The article, titled Homeownership Doesn’t Build Wealth, Study Finds, leads by noting… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Rich Conley, Executive Vice President and Head of Sales of Sawtooth Solutions, a company that provides wealth management services and technology platforms that help advisors manage their clients’ total relationships. Could cash stuffed into a Mason jar and buried in the back yard be the best investment hedge against the… Read Article →

The concept of asset allocation was one of the first concepts I studied on my road to fiscal fitness. Asset allocation is the practice of dividing an investment portfolio among different asset categories. This concept can support another well know investing concept, diversification, spreading your money among various investments in the hope that if one investment loses… Read Article →

The concept of asset allocation was one of the first concepts I studied on my road to fiscal fitness. Asset allocation is the practice of dividing an investment portfolio among different asset categories. This concept can support another well know investing concept, diversification, spreading your money among various investments in the hope that if one investment… Read Article →

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