-David makes the case for not extending the payroll tax cuts, but rather fixing the tax code.
David makes the case against extending President Obama’s payroll tax cut.
David explains why the payroll tax is not really a tax at all, and why the temporary cut given by President Obama didn’t work anyway.
David points out the difficulty of timing/beating the market by discussing Bill Gross’s gross miscalution about the direction of U.S. Treasuries. David’s advice? Allocate and diversify for long-term success.
-David discusses how to take the emotion out of investing by designing, implementing and sticking to a long-term financial plan. Also, will Ben Bernanke do the twist?
David explains Operation Twist and why it doesn’t pay to worry about the latest Fed “dance craze.”
David talks about taking the emotion out of investing by developing, implementing and sticking to a long-term plan.
David explains the importance of allocating your assets to meet your investment horizon, not compiling debt, and generally managing financial issues you can control.
-David cautions against putting too much stock in predictions and why it’s so important to stick to a long-term plan including comprehensive estate planning.
David discusses the market’s reaction to the debt downgrade and affirms his belief in sticking to your long-term investment plan.
David talks about the potential pitfalls of trying to chase returns by relying on past performance of various asset classes.
David talks about the importance of creating an estate planning checklist and gives tips on putting one together.
-David takes a look at the recent downgrade of Treasuries by S&P, historical returns on the S&P, and why neither should affect your long-term investment plan.
David explains why the recent credit downgrade by S&P was unjustified and why it should have been irrelevant to investors who have and stick to a proper investment plan.
David discusses the history of S&P returns following large market declines.