My Hard-Earned Lesson on Diversification


July 13, 2020 Before the dot-com bubble was a bubble, it was an exciting revolution. Entire industries were being disrupted and re-engineered to take advantage of the possibilities of Internet technology. In the late 1990s, I co-founded a fast-growing e-commerce startup in Boston, a company eventually backed by more than $45 million in venture capital…

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Why Financial Decisions are so Hard

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June 10, 2020 Have you ever noticed how mentally tired you sometimes get at the supermarket? Do your eyes glaze over at the freezer full of ice cream choices? Do your home decorating projects take forever because you cannot decide what you want? If you struggle with decisions, I am here to tell you it…

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The Transition from Retirement Saving to Retirement Spending

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May 28, 2020 According to the magazine Scientific American, more people die coming down Mt. Everest than going up. Apparently, this is true in climbing in general. On the way up, intent on reaching the goal, climbers are focused and energized. On the way down, physically spent and less motivated, they are more prone to mistakes…

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Understanding Social Security Benefits

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July 23, 2020 Understanding social security benefits is vital for planning for retirement. However, many people find the topic complex and confusing. It doesn’t have to be this way. You should have everything you need to feel confident in taking advantage of social security benefits in your retirement planning. Here are the 5 most common…

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