Monthly Archives: November 2022

1+1=34: A Step-by-Step Guide to Wealth Management and Preservation Using the Active Management Value Ratio

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Jason Zweig discussed the lack of transparency with regard to financial advisers.1 While I agree with his assessment, I believe that he may have actually underestimated the damage resulting from such lack of … Continue reading

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At What Cost?: Annuities, Cryptocurrency, and 401(k) Plans

For many people, their 401or 403(b) accounts are their primary retirement savings. So, it’s only natural that they want their 401(k) or 403(b) plan to offer investment options that are truly in their best interests and their beneficiaries’ best interest. … Continue reading

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