If you wanted to assure your family fresh fruit for a lifetime, would you plant an apple orchard or a raspberry patch?
Too many investors focus on absolute returns and less on relative return or their net return after taxes
Playing it “safe,” mostly by investing in bonds, can lead to a lifestyle-draining predicament
Bottomline Technologies posted a net of loss of $1.2 million in its last quarter of the fiscal year. The company would have had the potential for a higher "core net income" if they ignored GAAP factors.
A new client recently came to me, having bought a bond fund almost a year ago at a local branch of a large bank. His goal was to invest in the bond fund for a short period of time and…