How We Eluded The Bear Of 2000
The date October 13, 2000 will forever be embedded in my mind. It was the day after our mutual fund trend tracking indicator had broken its long-term trend line and I sold 100% of my clients’ invested positions (and my own) and moved the... ...Read More
Ten Ways to Save a Bundle on Your Next Lease
According to the Equipment Leasing Association (“ELA”), U.S. businesses lease every thing from laptop computers to commercial airplanes, racking up more than $ 200 billion in equipment leased each year. Although four out of five U.S. companies... ...Read More
Losing business monentum?
CONTENTS: 1. Are you losing momentum while others plan ahead? 2. Is your brainstorming getting the action you want? 3. Are you starting your new employees the right way? 4. Are you maintaining your documentation correctly? 5. Call... ...Read More
Should you choose to refinance?
Refinancing has become a valid option for many individuals with high interest rates on their mortgage. Refinancing is essentially a replacement loan, with a different lender and (hopefully) a lower interest rate. So why would you choose to... ...Read More
What You Need To Know About Credit Cards
What is a credit card? A credit card is a card that allows you to borrow money to pay for things. There will be a limit to how much you can spend called your credit limit. At the end of each month you can either pay off the whole of the... ...Read More