Posts with the category ‘Investing’


6 Wealth & Success Lessons From The Ultimate Gift

– Nicole O. Coulter Discover what it means to be wealthy or successful. If you’re like most, it takes a few hard knocks to understand what life truly has to offer. Several years ago at the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting in Omaha, Neb., a precocious 10-year-old investor stood bravely in front of a microphone and posed a weighty question for the investment maestro: “How do you define success in life?” Warren Buffett didn’t hesitate—it was as if his whole… Read More


Are you waiting for a crisis?

Prepared by Adri Miller Consulting Are you like most women? Will you wait for a crisis before you are ready to become smart about money? “A crisis”, by definition, is a quick and sudden change marked by instability and chaos.  Put another way, a crisis is an event that feels as if the universe is trying to shake you into action.  And sadly, it often does take a crisis to wake women up and get them moving – anything from… Read More


Balancing Work and Family

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. At one time, the typical American family looked like this: a breadwinner father who commuted a short distance to work and earned a very good living, and a stay-at-home mother who took care of the kids and family home with aplomb. Life seemed easy and manageable, with plenty of time for family meals, parent relaxation, and important life lesson discussions, and little in the way of work or technological distractions. Today, things are… Read More


Why Procrastination Will Steal Your Future Wealth

By Simon Brady, CFP Procrastination can not only plunder and steal your time, as the old saying goes. It can also commit grand larceny upon your wallet. As the data below shows, delaying investing for the future makes the task exponentially more stressful and difficult when you eventually do begin. Indeed, in the example shown, the numbers demonstrate that by putting off saving for retirement by just five years from age 25 to 30 requires the amount to be saved… Read More


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