Save Money on Student Loans with Discipline and Strategy

With the right strategy and discipline, you can shave a year off paying back your student loans and save money in interest – all without refinancing.

The “Blood, Sweat & Tears” Era For Investors

I’ve often heard the stock market being compared to a roller coaster. It goes up; it goes down. It twists and it turns. It even can make you sick to your stomach sometimes. All of this is true. But my issue with that comparison is that a roller coaster always returns to where it started. […]

Higher Interest Rates—What Do They Mean?

For the first time in nearly a decade, the Federal Reserve will be raising the key interest rate. The “key rate” is the specific rate that determines bank lending rates and the cost of credit to borrowers. The key rate is one of the chief tools used by the Federal Reserve (Fed) to implement its […]

The Fed’s Patience Has Run Out

When I speak with clients, I always talk about making sound financial decisions. I urge them to not base their choices on faulty logic or misinformation. I want them to take the emotion out of their decisions. By taking emotion out of the financial decision-making process, they can take a hard look at the numbers, […]