Video Newletters: Insights and Observations

Everything listed under: 2015

  • Of Family, Its Function, and a Child’s Future

    Read Full Newsletter Email UsIf you enjoyed what you have seen here, please check out our blog, Money Changes Life Changes Money. We provide a weekly video blog with accompanying text for those of you who prefer reading. If you are not signed up yet, sign up and start getting our weekly blog which embraces Lifelong Learning and contains innovative information for everyone.   Read More...

  • November 2015

    Printable PDF Email Us We’ve been waiting for two events to happen this year. The first one occurred in August – the market experienced a 12% correction.  We like to see a 10% correction now and again. It’s been four years since the last one, so the market has been waiting a long time.   Read More...

  • Vanquish entropy–and have a nice life!

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  • August 2015

    Printable PDF Email Us Following a weak but positive first quarter, the US Economy grew at a more reasonable rate of 2.3% in the second quarter. It is the same sluggish growth we have seen before. General sentiment is pointing to a slow but steady growth rate of 3% in the second half.   Read More...

  • Are We There Yet?

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  • May 2015

    Printable PDF Email Us First quarter results for the US Economy were tepid at best. Following a common, winter chill theme, GDP grew at just 0.2%. Bad weather, cheaper oil and its impact on the energy sector and a stronger dollar were the likely causes.   Read More...

  • February 2015

    Market Observer: November 2014 | Printable PDF» The Federal Reserve announced the final tapering of their bond buying program, otherwise known as QE3.  While the Fed’s balance sheet has ballooned to $4.4 trillion, unemployment has receded to 5.9%, GDP advanced 3.5% in the third quarter, manufacturing continues to show signs of slow to moderate growth, and inflation is still in check.  Consumers continue to be suspicious of the economy, however, as reflected in the University of Michiga...  Read More...