Monthly Archives: February 2014

Market Commentary – Robert Shiller

WEALTHTRACK #1035 originally Broadcast February 21, 2014 Published on Feb 21, 2014 Robert Shiller, recent winner of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, a Yale professor and the co-creator of the Case-Shiller Home Price Indices discusses the importance of psychology … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading – Elliott Wave Update

Originally posted on the ELLIOTT WAVE lives on:
REVIEW The market opened the week at SPX 1797, dipped to 1792 early Monday, then rallied with only one notable pullback to 1842 by Friday. And all this occurred during market hours,…

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2014 1199 Panigale S

The 2014 Ducati 1199 Panigale S.  Sorry…just drooled on my keyboard a little. Source: Ducati 1199 Panigale S http://www.ducati.com/media_gallery/1199_panigale_s_2013/729724/index.do

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Weekend Reading – Elliott Wave Update

Originally posted on the ELLIOTT WAVE lives on:
REVIEW Another wild week volatile week that started off quite choppy to the downside. Then ended with a strong rally to the upside. After closing last week at SPX 1783, the market…

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Generating Retirement Income When Interest Rates Are Low and Fixed-Income Assets are Overpriced

Originally posted on The Small Investor:
Note:  This is a continuation on the series on retirement investing.  See the first post here. Generating enough income to pay for expenses in retirement is a fairly simple thing (provided that account is…

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Creating an Income Portfolio

Originally posted on The Small Investor:
This is a continuation on the series on retirement investing.  See the first post here. The goal of investing in a traditional retirement portfolio is to generate enough income to pay for expenses so…

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