Remembering The 2008 Crash as a Financial Planner
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Sometimes, you don’t get a second chance to be brave.

Remembering The 2008 Crash as an Investor
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I knew the market was going down, but I accidentally took Bogle’s advice and didn’t peek at my own accounts.

Revisiting 2008 When The Markets Were Dropping
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Ten years after our original article we review how sage the advice was.

Lessons from the Crash of 2007-2008
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For a calm investor, a crash will just mean that the stocks you would have bought anyway are temporarily on sale.

Mailbag: What Happened To The Markets In 2008?
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You shouldn’t invest in what you don’t understand.

The Election Should Be Settled by a Single Question: Who Caused the Financial Crisis?
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The presidential election should be settled by a single question: “Who caused the financial crisis of 2008?” President Obama’s entire campaign has centered on his claim that he inherited a mess caused by the failed policies of the past.

Now’s the Time to Buy a House
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Mortgage rates are at historical lows, so the next few years are the time to take advantage of them.

When Will The Markets Stop Dropping?
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There is always a day of reckoning when people use debt to leverage their investments.

Give Generously During Hard Times
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For charity to be a virtue, it must be freely given from your own resources.

Our Financial Crisis: The Result of Centralized Planning
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Regulation and centralized planning have caused financial instability and failing institutions. If this is the root cause, then many of the proposed solutions will only make matters worse.

Subprime Lending
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The subprime mortgage meltdown has cost the world 15% of its market capitalization, about $9 trillion. The primary culprit who caused all of this financial loss, pain and suffering is not the mortgage companies.

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