GDP

Returning to the "Old Normal" 

In "Can America Grow Again?" (WSJ May 30, 2018), the four contributors to the debate missed perhaps the most important contributor to the decline in US GDP growth after the Great Recession:  The risk-free interest rate dropped to zero and stayed there for nine years.  Because M3 is $20 trillion, risk-free interest rates of 5% on deposits, checking accounts, and money-market

The Decline of Working Capital and Interest Rates

Your article "Zeal for 'Natural Rate' Draws Skeptics" (Wall Street Journal 12/12/16) questions why the natural rate of interest has fallen to zero.  

The Near-Perfect Investment

Once an individual or family has reached a point in their lives that they have enough income to easily pay their basic living expenses and other bills, they often desire to put their excess monthly cash flow to work in an investment.

Time to Pay the Piper

Wall Street Journal Letter to the Editor Submission

Determining Your Risk Tolerance

Perhaps the most important factor in formulating your investment plan is your risk tolerance; that is, the amount of risk you’re willing to assume in order to achieve your most important objectives.

The Cost of Waiting to Save (Video)

Understanding Investment Risk

All investors – be they conservative, moderate or aggressive – need to understand that the level of returns they expect to generate is directly related to the amount of risk they are willing to assume – the higher the return, the higher the amount of risk one needs to take.

Why You Get Buyer’s Remorse and Ways to Avoid It

We all have a certain emotional attachment to our money, which is very logical since we work hard to earn it. We don’t always make the best financial decisions with our spending, especially when we are in heightened emotional states.

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