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What keeps me going

  By ROBIN POWELL   When my Regis Media colleagues and I started producing content for financial advice firms, one of our first clients was Chas Boinske, President of Independence Advisors in Pennsylvania. As well as working together, we’ve become good friends over the years, and I’m full of admiration for the work that...

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A mindful way to pay your bills

    By ROBIN POWELL   I started a mindfulness practice during lockdown. I’m not (at least not yet) a meditation evangelist. For a start, switching off, doing nothing and being in the present moment is actually much harder than it sounds. I’m...

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What does history tell us about the value rally?

    By CRAIG LAZZARA from S&P Dow Jones Indices   U.S. equity markets seemed to undergo a fundamental change of direction in September of last year. Exhibit 1 illustrates the shift; our growth indices, which had outperformed value handily through the end...

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Should you buy stocks with very negative recent returns?

  By LARRY SWEDROE   There is a large body of research, including such studies as Do Investors Overpay for Stocks with Lottery-like Payoffs?, demonstrating that so-called lottery stocks deliver poor performance. Lottery stocks, which are typically either penny stocks or small growth...

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Can you measure your financial wellbeing?

How can you tell if you are financially healthy?

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Should investors be worried about US government debt?

    Something that everyone knows isn’t worth knowing. — Bernard Baruch   As the chief research officer of Buckingham Wealth Partners, I’ve been getting lots of calls from investors concerned about the rapid growth in US government debt. The concerns are based...

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Random noise influences advice, study finds

    Human financial advice, while undoubtedly valuable, can also be extremely inconsistent and influenced by such factors as whether advisers are married, their level of education or even how they are paid. That’s the conclusion of a recently released study — Under...

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