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Opinion: Why annuities are a bad idea for almost everyone

“Don’t lose money in the Wall Street casino!” the radio announcer blared.<p>“It could take a lifetime to make up your losses in the stock market.”<p>Unless …

Retirement

‘Trump Is What Happens When a Political Party Abandons Ideas’

As surprising as Trump’s young presidency has been, it’s also the natural outgrowth of 30 years of Republican pandering to the lowest common denominator in American politics.<p>Almost two years ago, I wrote an article for Politico endorsing Donald Trump for president. It was a tongue-in-cheek effort—I …

Political Science

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This is a FINE ART GICLEE PRINT<p>Title: Coastal Collection<p>#PRT1043<p>Shades Blue, Teal, Brown, Tan, and Black<p>Each piece is signed and dated by the artist<p>The drop down menu on the upper left of the listing shows a variety of sizes and materials available.<p>You may choose Fine Art Paper, Canvas, or Metallic …

Whack-a-Mole With Trump

We have all had the experience. Arguing with Trump supporters. It is like a game of Whack-a-Mole.<p>They bring up Trump's business success. The mole gets whacked with the multiple bankruptcies, the lawsuits, the crony capitalism, the inherited head start, the failures, the appalling timing and …

These ‘Dividend Aristocrat’ stocks have risen up to 24% a year for a decade

Have you had enough negativity this year over the world economy, the U.S. stock market and the presidential election? Here’s some relief.<p>Berkshire …

Investing

How Rightsizing & Minimalism Prepares You For Retirement

One of the stories I can vividly remember my father telling me years back was related to his pride at managing his money in retirement. At the time, both my father and mother lived on their social security and some modest savings held in a 401k. Dad frequently bragged that he lived better, traveled …