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How To Protect Your Wealth From Wall Street Bubbles And Busts

Most investors are anxious to tell their good stories and want to impress other investors about their stock-picking skills.<p>I’m anxious to tell my bad stories. I want to help others learn from them.<p>In the late 1990s, I joined the crowd of investors trading dotcom, telecom, and networking stocks. …

Fitness Friday: Warm up to the idea of a warm-up

Probably the two most frequently asked questions I get when people find out I'm the fitness editor for Golf Digest are: 1. Who are the nicest guys on the PGA Tour? 2. What kind of stretches should I do before I play?<p>The answer to No. 1 is that there are several really nice guys on tour, and I'd …

Test Your Impact

Hit full-speed shots without touching the tees<p>One of my favorite drills to get a player hitting the ball squarely is to make a simple training gate using a pair of tees.<p>Set one tee just inside the heel of the club at address, and another just outside the toe (<i>above</i>). The tees should allow enough …

Six Of The Worst Real Estate Investments

As any experienced real estate investor will tell you, not all investment properties are created equal. Homes that might be perfect for a primary residence, for example, might not yield positive cash flows — and without positive cash flows, you’re losing money, not making it.<p>Here are a few things …

Get Fit: Fix What Ails You

Annika Sorenstam: Shape Your Body To Your Swing

Essential Apps For Golfers

Watch Chipping & Pitching | Josh Zander: Short Game Lag | Golf Digest Video | CNE

Josh Zander: Short Game Lag<p>To achieve perfect impact on short-game shots, it's all about lag. Should the clubhead lag behind your hands into impact, or should your hands lag behind the clubhead? It depends on whether you need a powerful shot or a soft touch.<p>Released on 4/22/2013<p>Credits<p>Starring:<p>Josh …

Fitness Friday: The importance of a well-balanced workout

Muscular imbalance is always an issue for those who play "one-sided" sports. By that, I mean any sport that recruits the muscles on one side of the body far more than the other. Golf falls into this category. It's played asymmetrically and, over time, that imbalance could lead to pain and injury …