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One of the most common questions I get from my clients is whether they should buy or lease a car. And it makes sense — after buying your house, your car is one of your biggest monthly expenses.  
So should you buy or lease a car? READ MORE

Almost every month, a client asks me whether they should buy or lease their car. Since your car is your second or third biggest expense, I figured we’d discuss the pros and cons of buying vs leasing. 
Should you buy or lease your car? READ MORE

The news has been jumping between data and emotions so much, it can feel impossible knowing where to turn. Or what to believe. And retirement dreams are drowning out in news headlines.
Is there a point to retirement planning when you don’t know what the world is going to be like in ten years?READ MORE

The average investor is emotionally tied to their financial risks. Losing money is one risk. Upsetting your spouse is another risk. So is taking investment advice from an internet influencer. How do you know if you’re taking the right risks with your investments?… READ MORE

Reading headlines and news articles about the economy can be confusing and downright wrong. For example, despite inflation making headline news, our analysis shows that it’s not too hot right now. READ MORE

Reading headlines and news articles about the economy can be confusing and downright wrong. For example, despite inflation making headline news, our analysis shows that it’s not too hot right now. READ MORE

Many listeners and clients have recently asked me if they’re holding onto too much cash. Since inflation hits cash more than anything else, it’s a topic that’s on a lot of people’s mind. 
Here’s the truth: 
Cash yields basically nothing.READ MORE

Having financial and investment knowledge is good. But it doesn’t help make more money in the market unless you have wisdom.
So what’s the difference? 
Knowledge is what you know. But wisdom is how you apply what you know to your real life. READ MORE

Having financial and investment knowledge is good. But it doesn’t help make more money in the market unless you have wisdom.
So what’s the difference? 
Knowledge is what you know. But wisdom is how you apply what you know to your real life. READ MORE

Some economic indicators create more headline news than other indicators. But every indicator is connected to the others in some way. 
That’s why it’s important to understand all the economic indicators so you can have a more accurate understanding of how the economy impacts your portfolio. READ MORE

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