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Monthly archive December, 2016
Enjoying the Journey Not Just the Destination

Enjoying the Journey Not Just the Destination

A fresh voice on leadership and a senior leader at one of the world’s largest communications networks, Elise Mitchell author of Leading Through the Turn reveals why success comes by focusing on the journey, not just the destination. Going full throttle The Turn From the beginning, I must confess I’m a destination person, much more interested in...  LearnMore
A Fed Rate Hike Means Higher Rates throughout the Economy

A Fed Rate Hike Means Higher Rates throughout the Economy

By Robert R. Johnson, President and CEO, The American College of Financial Services, and author of INVEST WITH THE FED: Maximizing Portfolio Performance by Following Federal Reserve Policy. The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee is meeting the week of Dec. 12, 2016, and it is widely anticipated that they will raise the target fed funds rate by...  LearnMore
William Bernstein: The "Coin Toss" Gamble of the Common Stock

William Bernstein: The “Coin Toss” Gamble of the Common Stock

Imagine that you work for your rich but eccentric Uncle Fred. He is a conscientious and kind employer, and after you have spent some years in his service he decides to let you in on the company pension plan. You are 30 years old and will work for your uncle until you retire in 35...  LearnMore
How Many Stocks Should You Really Own?

How Many Stocks Should You Really Own?

Excerpted from How to Make Money in Stocks, 4th Edition, by William J. O’Neil. Once you have decided to participate in the stock market, you are faced with more decisions than just which stock to purchase. You have to decide how you will handle your portfolio, how many stocks you should buy, what types of...  LearnMore