Monthly Archives: November 2014

Seth Comfort

I ran across two interesting stats; well, two numbers, really, as reported in Bloomberg Businessweek: $25,000 & $13,000. $25,000…that represents the amount of money you would have on December 2013 had you invested $10,000 in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in December 1998 and stayed fully invested for that 15 year time period. $13,000…that represents the amount of money you would have on December 2013 had you invested $10,000 in the Dow...

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Ross Polking Thumbnail Photo

Author’s note and warning:  Heavy, heavy sports analogy follows.  I am an avid baseball fan and die-hard Kansas City Royals supporter.  Even if you don’t follow sports, you probably were aware that the Royals made it all the way to the World Series.  The epic seven-game series against the San Francisco Giants ended in a heart-breaking 3-2 defeat in the final, and deciding, game seven.  The Royals’ storyline was accentuated...

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