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Current Blog Posts

<strong>Charting the Course</strong>

Charting the Course

Recently, I took some time to get my ASA sailing certification. Spending 5 nights on a 40-foot catamaran with an instructor and a few other students was quite the experience. We all knew our end destination, but how we were going to get there was up to the students to determine. I worked with the others to review the charts, assess the weather, and deliver our plan to the captain. As it turns out,

<strong>"I" for Inflation.&#160; Is the I Bond a Good Option for Me?</strong>

"I" for Inflation.  Is the I Bond a Good Option for Me?

Have you heard about the I Bond?  It is making a name for itself because it currently offers an attractive yield to fight inflation.

I Bonds are inflation-protected savings bonds and are100% backed by the U.S. federal government...

Series I bonds are guaranteed by the US government as to the timely payment of principal and interest and offer a fixed rate of return and fixed principal value. Minimum term of ownership applies. Early redemption penalties may apply.

<strong>Biden's Student-Loan Fiasco</strong>

Biden's Student-Loan Fiasco

This month I share a blog from a group of economists that I routinely follow at First Trust Advisors L.P.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1,000
points on Friday (8/26/2022), caused apparently by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s attempt to use a brief speech to channel the ghost of Paul Volcker. Obviously, this was part of the market’s worries, but the stage was set when the Biden Administration announced a student loan forgiveness program last week. The more we learn about this, the worse it looks.

<strong>Interesting Times</strong>

Interesting Times

As they say, “May you live in interesting times”. Russian forces invading Ukraine, oil prices skyrocketing, and market gyrations through the first 5-months of the year have created plenty of uncertainty. Let me provide some perspective as to why the markets have moved, where we are today, and a few thoughts for optimism at this point.