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Missed Fortune – Not All Investments Are Equal

Choosing the Right Investments Matters The Baby Boomer generation that has seen its financial health shaken twice in the past decade thanks to ongoing market volatility. Members of Generation X, Y, and the Millennials are also feeling the pinch after struggling to find decent employment after completing college. Many people find themselves feeling disconnected and […]

Missed Fortune – Can You See the Writing On the Wall?

The Damage Being Done To America Dennis Prager has been a commentator for well over 30 years. He recently summarized the long-term damage being done to America, both domestically and abroad, by the current administration. It’s not a pretty picture for president Obama. As president, he has overseen the weakest recovery from recession in modern […]

Missed Fortune – Immunization from Higher Taxes & Inflation

The Free Stuff Paradox Doug recently received an email from a tax attorney he’s known for over three and a half decades. This attorney’s email does a brilliant job of summing up the class warfare that’s been going on right before us. He writes, “The folks who are getting the free stuff don’t like the […]

Missed Fortune – Finding Your Defining Moments

Life’s Defining Moments The biggest problem that we have right now in America is the massive national debt. Our government incurs $3.6 billion in new debt every single day. That’s $150 million every hour or $2.5 million per minute. We cannot keep sustaining this level of spending. Government has been covering this by printing money […]

Missed Fortune – Creating a Heritage of Abundance

Abundance Can Last for Generations The abundant life has never been solely about money. It also includes setting personal goals, achieving them, and successfully reaching the future we’ve planned and worked for.  It can also include leaving a heritage to our descendants that imparts to them the lessons they’ll need in order to live abundant […]

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