Yearly Archives: 2014

Why Does it Seem Like No One is Worried about Growing Public Pension Gaps?

CNBC had an article the other day highlighting the disturbing public pension gap that is growing at an alarming rate.  While I didn’t read the study by Moody’s behind the article the statistics highlighted by CNBC are, to say the least, frightening: In less than a decade, that shortfall has tripled to at least $2 trillion—more than… Continue Reading

An Investment Club Update

Back in February of 2013 I started an investment club with 8 other buddies.  The idea was simple we would each put in $500 to start it up (creating an entity was the main expense) and then a monthly contribution of $100 thereafter.  I was worried about the longevity of the club at first, but… Continue Reading

9/11 and Remembering to Plan for Your Family

I have mentioned it in the past, but my brother is FDNY.  He was the second class after 9/11 occurred and was recently promoted to Lieutenant after studying and applying himself like I have never seen before.  It makes 9/11 a reminder that something could happen to him. I recently came across the video below,… Continue Reading