Imagine being able to assume control of your retirement account, invest where you want and lower your fees. That may sound too good to be true, but it is true. Less than 6% of Americans know about these accounts. This […]
Last week, when Bank of America reported that its “smart money” clients had sold stocks fora record 17th week, the bank offered the following silver lining.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. chairman and chief executive officer, jokes with the crowd as he exits a Clayton Home model during a tour of the exhibition floor at the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting in Omaha. Photo by Bloomberg Bloomberg […]
Texas Tech University, as well as Lubbock, Texas, has a negative stigma from outsiders. Some of the criticism may be fair, but most is not accurate at all. But the problem I run into when I meet alumni is that […]
Sidney Harth, an acclaimed violinist and conductor, died last year at the age of 85, leaving $5 million in assets, including musical instruments, a New York City apartment and $2 million in retirement accounts to his daughter. She decided to […]
The nauseating drop in the value of my retirement accounts in the last month got me thinking. Why can’t I invest my retirement funds in what I know and understand?
Past three decades, investors have enjoyed receiving a decent return on their money in the stock and bond markets. But if a recent McKinsey & Co. report is correct, then leaner times may be ahead for both equity and fixed […]
Recession? What recession? As 2015 winds down, real estate activity in North Texas is near an all-time high. Looking at the latest statistics, there’s almost no sign that the Great Recession ever happened.