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BOA Merrill Lynch Predicts 20% Market Crash in 2014

After a ‘more than robust’ year in 2013, it’s no wonder that some are predicting it to all come to an end soon. Here are the reasons presented in the video: 1) Treasuries looking better and better 2) The rally has lasted long, historically 3) Seasonality (not sure how this applies – IOW it could Read more about BOA Merrill Lynch Predicts 20% Market Crash in 2014[…]

Missing Out on the Stock Market Boom

An Article from TheWeek The Dow and S&P500 are at record highs, but many Americans are not participating – this article attempts to investigate why. My anecdotal belief is that it is due to fear – after the crash of 2008 and the non-stop rhetoric about economic trouble ever since, many have decided to keep Read more about Missing Out on the Stock Market Boom[…]

Five People Who Saved Over $1Million

CNN Money has a report describing how five investors managed to save over $1M via their 401K’s.  Imagine where they would be if they had actually created wealth too! Here are the key themes: 1) Start young 2) Watch out for fee’s 3) Max out contributions 4) Live Frugally 5) Automate your savings Read the full Read more about Five People Who Saved Over $1Million[…]

Stock Market Famous Last Words – Stay In at All Time Highs

Adding to our list of Stock Market Famous Last Words is a report from Yahoo Breakout… Our Stock Market Model tells us EXACTLY when and how much to sell at highs, so we can be sure that we keep the profits and have cash ready to buy when the Market dips – does your plan Read more about Stock Market Famous Last Words – Stay In at All Time Highs[…]

Adding Debt Takes Away from 401K Savings

Saving More but in Debt More Too

One step forward, two steps back. While Americans are saving more for retirement, many are also going even deeper into debt. The treadmill is starting to run in reverse. Over 60% of workers participating in an employer sponsored retirement plan accumulated more debt than they contributed to their retirement savings between 2010 and 2011, according Read more about Saving More but in Debt More Too[…]