Dollar Bits: When Warren Buffett Runs Your Pension Plan

When Warren Buffett Runs Your Pension Plan
Wouldn’t it be great if Buffett and his team were making selections for your retirement account? Not surprisingly, many of the stock selections are holdings in Berkshire Hathaway

Investors Expect, But Not Sweating, a Stock Market Correction
The current bull market is almost a decade old. History suggests that a pullback is imminent. Few seem all that concerned.

Amazon’s Second Headquarters has been determined…  well, sort of…
Dear Amazon, no need to continue your search for your new HQ. The New York Times has done the analysis for you.

“This Is A Crisis Greater Than Any Government Can Handle”: The $400 Trillion Global Retirement Gap
Today we’ll continue to size up the bull market in governmental promises. As we do so, keep an old trader’s slogan in mind: “That which cannot go on forever, won’t.” Or we could say it differently: An unsustainable trend must eventually stop.

Retirement Issues You’re Probably Not Planning For
If you’ve developed a well-researched and comprehensive retirement plan, then good for you (and bonus points if you put it in writing). But before you get too cocky about your well-funded retirement, check to see if your plan has left out any of these common issues. If it has, you could end up with a much smaller retirement income than you expect, as your savings gets gobbled up by these unexpected expenses.

Warren Buffett’s top investing secret is simpler than you think
Your next car acquisition will dictate whether you are in an investing or consuming mindset. Buying a car with cash turns it into an investment because you can sell it whenever you want to.

Cost of your car doesn’t end with the car note
Set aside $50 every month to finance a car-care fund. Follow the maintenance schedule in the owner’s manual.

How to Beat Longer Lines at the Airport
Global Entry speeds you through security wherever you go.

The Lessons of Leonardo: How to Be a Creative Genius
History’s most creative genius, Leonardo da Vinci, was not superhuman, writes Walter Isaacson—and following his methods can bring great intellectual rewards to anyone.

 

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