Investment Strategies from the Uber-Wealthy

Anyone who knows me or reads this weekly column knows that I’m not an avid gambler. I really never have been. Whether we’re talking about a night at the casino or a questionable investment, I believe in taking only measured and calculated risks with money. But will I occasionally slap down two bucks for a […]

How Much Will You Need to Retire?

Well, our oldest daughter, Maeve, is off to college, and I am not going to lie to you . . . I really miss her. She’s my buddy. But, we couldn’t be happier and more excited for her. Jill and I helped her get settled in on move-in day. It was chaotic and frenzied, and […]

Inverted Yield Curves; Why They Should Matter to You

Ah, the end of summer – and the beginning of the chaos that back-to-school brings. We dropped our oldest, Maeve, off to college for the first time and the twins embark on their second year of high school. Our household seems to have been turned upside down. Add in the stress of Phoebe and Sophie […]

Lessons I Learned from the Pats

Jill and I spent Super Bowl Sunday with about a half a dozen friends at a couple’s house in Plymouth. Our hosts were Kevin and Marie, who I wrote about and introduced you to last October. Kevin and Marie are in their mid-50s, both have professional careers, and have one daughter in college with two […]