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The Oncoming Baby Boomer Wealth Transfer

Baby Hold Onto Me… Whatever Will Be Will Be… Ready or not, it’s expected that within the next 25 years we will see one of the greatest wealth transfers of all time. The estimated Baby Boomer wealth transfer will see well over $6+ TRILLION (yes, that’s a “T”) passed from Baby Boomers to their heirs
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You Say You Want a Recession

You Say You Want a Recession, Well You Know… We All Want to Change the World… It is unlikely that the Beatles would have envisioned the British Pound sinking to historic low levels against the U.S. dollar, but that is exactly what happened this past week. The genesis of this may be from overzealous, anti-inflationary
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Passive Real Estate Investments for Professionals

With inflation and interest rates continually rearing their ugly heads, the image of your toes in the sand and favorite cocktail by your side may seem a tad out of place in the current economic environment. Offset Volatility But what if your portfolio were balanced out enough to weather the various storms and still give
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Send in the Clowns

Help! I’m Trapped in a Box! Oh look, now I’m walking against the wind with an umbrella. If either of these images conjure up a black and white striped clad performer in face paint, you understand what a mime is. Which is not to be confused with a “meme” or in this case, a meme
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What Goes Up… Must Come Down

You may or may not have been alive when these opening lyrics from the song “Spinning Wheel” by Blood, Sweat and Tears was released. It was December of 1968, and the average mortgage rate for a home in the United States averaged roughly 7.5%. Over a decade later in 1981, average home mortgages peaked at
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Have You Noticed? Everyone is in Europe this Summer

This isn’t some trendy rehashing of “Roman Holiday.” It’s all about the Euro, which is now trading on par with the U.S. dollar for the first time since 2002. The European Central Bank’s halfhearted response to the war in the Ukraine and the resultant skyrocketing inflation has given American tourists an opportunity not seen in
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