Financial Perspectives

with Michael Dubis, CFP

04/04/16

The world didn’t end in the first quarter of 2016

In February, I wrote about the bear market we were in and the fact there was little an investor could do about it that would be short-term exploitable. That doesn’t stop people from trying to do something about it and it doesn’t stop “experts” from making bold and extreme claims. In fact, many supposed experts were prognosticating that the financial world was coming to an end!

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02/11/16

What 'might' be driving this bear market, and what can you actually do about it

Last week was another wild week. Over the past six to 12 months we’ve basically been in a bear market for most major equities. Perhaps you noticed.

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01/12/16

Don’t make these financial mistakes in 2016

Market volatility has certainly returned. If Thursday’s close is any indication, most global markets are likely entering a bear market following market peaks in late-2015.

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11/10/15

Social Security changes are coming soon — you may need to plan now!

You may have already read that the government will end the file-and-suspend and restricted application claiming strategies for Social Security.

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10/27/15

Protecting your human capital

In July, I wrote a piece on how you might want to think about calculating and acquiring life insurance. If you’re married and/or have children, it is absolutely necessary to address this risk. There’s an even bigger risk to anyone who’s working that quite frankly has a higher probability of happening and doesn’t matter if you are married or not: getting disabled, whether temporarily or permanently.

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It is an understatement to say the world has experienced a radical shift in capital markets. There are more layers of information and opinions on the direction of the world than we've seen in decades. The internet and the media do not always make it easier, but Michael Dubis' contribution through IB blogs will help you sift through the noise and give you some perspective. You can find his company online.

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