Retirement

Photographer: Zach Gibson/Bloomberg© 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP Billions being skimmed from 401k retirement investors. A knowledgeable insider with compelling evidence ready to blow the whistle on a market leader. Ongoing systemic fraud that needs to be addressed immediately to protect the retirement security of millions of Americans. That’s the whistleblower case I’ve been working on
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By Richard Watts, Next Avenue Contributor  Many of us believe the wisdom we distill from surviving life’s obstacle course is best directed at rescuing our kids from the difficulty and heartache of similar growing experiences. More strategic than yesteryear’s helicopter parents, today’s drone parents seek out and destroy perceived impediments to our children’s success. But it
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Photo Credit: Dennis Van Tine/STAR MAX/IPx Warren Buffett is known as one of the most successful investors in history. From investments in Coca-Cola and American Express to Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo, Buffett’s value investing prowess is unshakeable. However, Buffett – through his Berkshire Hathaway holding company – isn’t solely focused on the public markets.
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Photocredit: GettyGetty The topic of “restricted application” continues to be a popular one; I consistently get emails and calls on its use. This article isn’t necessarily geared as to how you qualify to use the restricted application, but how to apply the tactic to your best advantage. To start with, please do not confuse the
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Jet Metier and Chuck Bolotin at Lake Chapala gardenChuck Bolotin Are you one of those people who experience tranquility when surrounded by moderation coupled with stunningly low prices?  If so, you’ll find lots to like about the Ajijic / Lake Chapala area in Mexico. (Short interlude for the geographical and etymological purists among us: Ajijic–
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PerceptionsAnika Huizinga A proper balance between bulls and bears, between risk aversion and risk seeking behavior, leads to something like market Zen. When all views are incorporated in such a way, market prices are pretty good estimates of fundamental value. In part I of this series (which you can find here), I wrote about Benjamin
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Fifty years after Harvard Medical School defined brain death, a new report commemorates the concept and raises new and lasting questions about what it means to be dead as well as implications for organ transplantation. “Is death defined in terms of the biological failure of the organism to maintain integrated functioning? Can death be declared
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