May 25, 2015

The Asset Allocation Within Your Asset Allocation

The Asset Allocation Within Your Asset Allocation

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It is good to take the two categories which are most similar and use them as underlying sector divisions within the same larger asset class.

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How to Get Out of Debt: Recognize the Problem

Most people are comfortable with having some debt (like a mortgage, for example). But how much is too much?

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Hidden Fees in Private Equity

Hidden Fees in Private Equity

“Every pension plan in the nation is paying too much [for private equity], and it’s being hidden.”

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Are Healthcare and Technology The Best Performing U.S. Sectors?

Are Healthcare and Technology The Best Performing U.S. Sectors?

Should they be over weighted in your portfolio?

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Your Asset Allocation Should Be Priceless

Your Asset Allocation Should Be Priceless

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The value of not running out of money when making withdrawals cannot be measured.

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Radio: Employment Tips for Recent Grads

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David John Marotta and Megan Russell were interviewed on the radio discussing ways recent graduates can make themselves more attractive to employers in today’s tough job market.

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Free eBooks for Lovers of Classic Literature

Free eBooks for Lovers of Classic Literature

If you’re not wedded to the idea of owning a hard copy, there are many options to find classics for free as ebooks.

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What Is The Correlation Between US Stocks and Foreign Stocks?

What Is The Correlation Between US Stocks and Foreign Stocks?

Correlations over the past year have been very low, while correlations over the past 10 years have been higher.

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The Art of the Rebalancing Bonus

The Art of the Rebalancing Bonus

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Portfolio design and rebalancing is both a science and an art. Knowing that rebalancing boosts returns is useless unless you as the investor follow through.

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How to Get Jobs for "Unemployable" Degrees

How to Get Jobs for “Unemployable” Degrees

The list of jobs for a History major seems quite short: Historian and Historic Preservation come quickly, then maybe Politics, if you think particularly hard about it.

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