Last week we talked about the critira Mike suggests employers looking into when they're benchmarking their 401(k). Now let's talk about what debt can do to an employee's mindset and work. And how a 401(k) can actually make a big difference
You've problably heard of benchmarking, but how do you go about implementing benchmarking in deciding what kind of 401(k) or retirement plan is best for your company? Mike has a few suggestions that create a more complete picture of benchmarking your 401(k).
We discussed in our last post how the structure of the investment industry has changed as a whole; now let's talk about the evolution of your savings. Why do you have to put 10% away in your retirement savings when 4% used to be enough?
Technology is changing most industries rapidly - how has it changed investing and investment advising? Mike takes a 2-part look at the way the investment industry has changed and how it could be affecting the way we make money.
Written by Mike Adams
on Friday, 02 December 2016.
President-elect Donald Trump has begun his transition to the White House. It doesn't matter where you stand on the political scale, it's time to look at the reality of Trump's election promises and their potential impact.
Written by Mike Adams
on Wednesday, 21 September 2016.
Mike believes that Crowdfunding is a powerful tool that can help spread funding to entrepreneurs all over the world. How did Crowdfunding get its start, and what makes it different from venture capitalism?
Brexit has dramatic implications not only for Europe and the EU, but also for the global market. How did the UK get to this point and where might they go from here? Mike discusses his thoughts on Britian's dramatic choice.
The UK is pulling out of the EU. This is not Lehman Brothers. It is not a financial crisis for America or most of the rest of the world. The markets will churn and bobble in the short-term. My thoughts are for the longer-run.
British comedian John Oliver recently did an episode of Last Week Tonight on retirement plans - how the idustry has filled up with hidden fees and accounts meant to make banks and brokers money - and not you.
When you buy stocks, where do you focus? On old blue-chips? The latest cutting-edge technology? Something else? Mike talks about how investing has changed just in the last few decades, and what that can mean for returns.