The Power of Compound Growth

The 10 millionth Ford Mustang recently rolled off the assembly line. 10 MILLION! As amazing as 10 million is, there may be an even better story. The story of the first person to ever purchase the Ford Mustang was School teacher named Gail Brown, now Gail Wise. Gail purchased the car on April 15th, 1964 […]

It’s Not Timing the Markets, but Time IN the Markets

Too often investors attempt to time the market and follow media headlines proclaiming the stock market is either headed for new highs or on the verge of a crash. This has been evident over the past few weeks with headlines reading “Dow Volatile After Losing Streak,” “The Trump Stock Market Rally is Under Siege,” and […]

The Benefits of Naming Beneficiaries in Your IRA

For most people, naming beneficiaries for retirement assets or life insurance policies happens one time – when the account or policy is first started. Typically the named beneficiary is their spouse, after that it’s usually their children, at which point it will most likely never be thought about again. While no one likes to think […]

How Much Could Your Children’s Diploma Cost You in the Future?

Do you or anyone in your family know someone that will be attending college in the future? Do you know that higher education tuition costs have increased faster than all other expenses for families over the past quarter century? Since 1983, college tuition and costs have risen 722%! J.P. Morgan Asset Management released a study […]

A Lesson in Compound Growth

Happy National Lucky Penny Day! Would you rather have 1 million dollars today or a penny doubled every day for 30 days? If you started with one penny and doubled it each day for thirty days, you would have about $11 million! National Lucky Penny Day is observed each year on May 23rd. See a […]