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It may be that time again

For traders, the old adage to “Sell in May” is now upon us. Over the past 40-plus years this recommendation has worked over 70% of the time. Should you go with the statistics or ignore them? read more…

Markets hold on to weekly gains

It was a struggle, but the stock market indexes stubbornly refused to cave in despite some really horrendous earnings reports. A battle is being waged among bulls and bears right here, right now. Who will win? read more…

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It may be that time again

For traders, the old adage to “Sell in May” is now upon us. Over the past 40-plus years this recommendation has worked over 70% of the time. Should you go with the statistics or ignore them? read more…

Markets hold on to weekly gains

It was a struggle, but the stock market indexes stubbornly refused to cave in despite some really horrendous earnings reports. A battle is being waged among bulls and bears right here, right now. Who will win? read more…

Leaving your Legacy

It may not seem so sometimes, but your children value your opinion. The older they get, the more importance they place on things like your ethics, moral teachings and values. That’s why it is extremely important to leave a legacy after you are gone that your children can turn to when they need it. read more…

The Doha Dilemma

Will they or won’t they freeze oil production this weekend at the OPEC meeting in Doha, Qatar? All the main oil producers will show up. The direction of oil prices (and the markets) may hinge on the outcome. read more…

Have you had “The Talk” yet?

Whether you are a Baby Boomer or the child of one, it is about time you faced the music. We all know that life ends, no matter how hard we try to ignore it. Having a family meeting before it is too late may save all of you needless heartache and financial turmoil. read more…

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Bill Schmick was born in a blue-collar neighborhood of Philadelphia, just a few blocks north of “Rocky Balboa” territory where most of his Catholic schoolmates grew up to be either cops or criminals. He narrowly escaped both professions by volunteering to fight in Vietnam as a U.S. Marine... Read More

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