MARK F. SWINGLE, CFP®, WESTFIELD FINANCIAL PLANNING
“Won't Get Fooled Again”
The Who from: Who's Next (1971)
It’s a glorious day for a hike on your favorite trail. Suddenly you find yourself on high alert as a ...
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Why are things suddenly more expensive? From residential homes and the lumber to build them, to cars, gas and groceries. Is it truly inflation; is it here to stay?
There always seems to be a ...
Market volatility is a part of the investment experience and seasoned investors understand that acting emotionally can be more harmful than helpful. It is always appropriate to understand and prepare ...
Volatility and risk are not the same thing. When a stock is volatile, it means that it tends to make big moves (up or down). When a stock is risky, it means that it can lose money (go down).
“All that glitters is not gold.” — William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice
Bitcoin — A Primer
“Fiat” is a term derived from the Latin meaning ...
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