Monthly Archives: October 2020

From Pandemic to Pandemonium

Our medical and other sundry, yet generally faceless, science experts anticipated a second wave of this tedious pandemic, and yet politicians apparently did not follow their advice to be on the ready. In the face of such a daunting and … Continue reading

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Where are the Customers’ Yachts?

Inflation, taxes, management fees, and importantly, other fund expenses are the Four Horsemen that annihilate long-term investment returns. There is not much one may do as an individual investor about the first two issues except for careful planning and some … Continue reading

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