Is Your Investment Portfolio On Thin Ice?

A nice couple from West Falmouth, let’s call them Ben and Mary, came to see me last week. Part of their New Year’s resolution is to start to take their investments seriously. Ben and Mary moved from the Boston area a few years back. They are 58 and 55 respectively, have saved about a million […]

‘Best’ Doesn’t Always Mean ‘Cheapest’

I talk a lot about retirement planning. To clients, to my class attendees, to you Cutter Family Finance readers, to Jill and my girls, even to my dog, Max, when I can’t sleep at night. After listening to my ramblings for years, everybody listed above can probably name over a dozen investment vehicles that pre-retirees […]

Should Retirees Buy Netflix Or Walmart?

I was at the softball field last Wednesday evening with Jill to watch Sophie and Phoebe play against Wareham. They got crushed. Sophie was pitching, so my anxiety level was a bit high. As I was giving her some fatherly advice from the sidelines (she loves that), a very nice older gentleman came up to […]

Investing Again: Three Things to Keep in Mind

With the economy looking less hostile by the day, a lot of former investors are dusting off their savings accounts and looking for ways to get their money back into the market. Be it in stocks, bonds, treasuries, real estate, currencies, commodities, Here are a few tips to keep in mind if you’re looking to […]