Yearly Archives: 2011

Is My State Financially Literate?

Is My State Financially Literate?

FINRA, The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the President’s Council on Financial  Literacy came together to survey American across the country to determine those States with the most and least amount of financial literacy.  Specifically, The Financial Capability Study, …highlights how many Americans are disadvantaged by their lack of financial capability, and offers a

The Amount of Wealth Some People Possess is Staggering

The Amount of Wealth Some People Possess is Staggering

A couple days ago a good buddy of mine asked if I would help him out a bar mitzvah, since 99% of bar mitzvahs are on Saturday nights I quickly declined.  However, this buddy knows me so well that he was able to buy my services at the lowest price that he knew I couldn’t

Financial Freedom – The Obstacles

Financial Freedom – The Obstacles

Trying to improve your financial situation can be incredibly difficult under normal circumstances, but if you find yourself head to head with a number of obstacles at the same time then it can become even more so. When trying to improve your finances you will come across many roadblocks that are unavoidable, for example, your

Cool Story About Billy Walters

I don’t usually watch 60 Minutes but I received a couple texts and emails about the following segment…not sure what it says about me lol

What Does it Mean When an ETF Jumps the Track

What Does it Mean When an ETF Jumps the Track

I was reading Investment Advisor Magazine the other day when I saw an article titled, “Despite Growth, More ETFs ‘Jump the Track’” and I thought to myself how could an ETF jump the track? Is that like jumping the shark?  Well, as it turns out the term, jump the track, has very little to do