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The following is a guest post from Mario Henry, a former National Football League player, is a financial services professional with 18 years of experience in the industry and author of How to Hire Your House, an innovative guide on how to create a tax-free pension and sustain sufficient income through retirement. Most Americans don’t trust… Read Article →

A Capitalist’s Lament: How Wall Street Is Fleecing You and Ruining America Paperback: 240 pages Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing (2016) Leland Faust is an honors graduate from both the University of California, Berkeley (Economics) and Harvard Law School. He is the founder of CSI Capital Management where he served as Chief Investment Officer for 33 years, supervising over $1.5 billion… Read Article →

Robert “Bobby” Monks is a serial entrepreneur who has founded and led nineteen businesses in the financial services, real estate, media, and technology sectors. He was chairman of Spinnaker Trust, managing over $1 billion in assets; chairman of Institutional Shareholder Services and Proxy Monitor, the two largest corporate governance and proxy voting services; and founder… Read Article →

While I have recommended numerous books, along with other personal finance related media (i.e. documentaries, movies, reports, surveys, etc.) in the SavvyRecommendations section, Customize Wall Street: Take Control of Your Financial Future is the first book to be reviewed here at RetirementSavvy. As the title suggests, I heartily recommend the items that appear in that section…. Read Article →

Documentary: The Flaw (2011).  This documentary by David Sington takes a look at the recession and financial collapse of 2008, offering opinions of the causes through interviews with noted homeowners, economists, financial reporters, and Wall Street bankers.  While some critics believe it does not give a fair accounting of all the causes and the forces behind… Read Article →

Documentary Film: Money, Power & Wall Street (2012).  Broken down into four parts, this four-hour FRONTLINE investigation tells the inside story of the origins of the 2008 financial meltdown and the battle to save the global economy. The films explore key decisions, missed opportunities, and the unprecedented moves by the government and banking leaders that have… Read Article →

Classic Movie: Wall Street (1987).  A young and impatient stockbroker is willing to do anything to get to the top, including trading on illegal inside information taken through a ruthless and greedy corporate raider who takes the youth under his wing.  Starring Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen. Documentary Film: The Retirement Gamble (2013). The PBS… Read Article →

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