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The Rundown: Tyrone Ross, “What’s Done In The Dark”

Shoutout to my good friend Tyrone Ross for the motivation I needed earlier this morning with his Periscope. I usually don’t put Fed related Rundowns on the podcast, but I wanted to highlight Ty’s Periscope to bring it to your attention. Go watch this video as well! What’s done in the dark will come to light. https://t.co/zbXG3FwjHw — Tyrone V.…

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The Rundown: More Income

As much as financial advisors love to solve our clients’ financial planning needs and have all of the answers, the truth is sometimes we don’t have all of the answers. And sometimes we have the answer, but the solution isn’t necessarily easy to accomplish–the most common example/issue is the need for additional income. There are many families who have trimmed…

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The Rundown: Home Country Bias

I’ve written about home country bias before, but I thought it would be great to revisit given the U.S. market’s outperformance of international markets for yet another year, well at least up until today. Over allocating to your home country is a common behavioral bias investors suffer from and for U.S. investors, it’s been a benefit over the last 10…

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The Rundown: Balancing Today with Tomorrow

Balance is something I try to stress with clients when it comes to their financial plan and my friend Jeremy Walter shares reasons why this is so important. You can find his blog post below. Calibrating Capital: Today Vs. Tomorrowland Go ahead and subscribe to the RLS Wealth Management Rundown Flash Briefing. Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog should be considered advice,…

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The Rundown: RLSWM Turns 4 And A New Way To View Your Budget

The job of a budget is to align your use of capital with your values. — Carl Richards (@behaviorgap) July 3, 2019 Go ahead and subscribe to the RLS Wealth Management Rundown Flash Briefing. Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog should be considered advice, or recommendations. If you have questions pertaining to your individual situation you should consult your financial advisor. For all of…

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The Rundown: Board Man Gets Paid

Congratulations to the Toronto Raptors and Mr. “Board Man Gets Paid” Kawhi Leonard on winning the NBA Championship last evening. When it comes to trash talk, Kawhi isn’t the flashiest with “Board”, “Nope”, “Bucket” and the infamous “Board Man Gets Paid”, but he is one the best NBA players and multi-champion. His game isn’t much flashier that his trash talking,…

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The Rundown: George Kinder’s Three Questions

George Kinder is the father of life planning and more in-depth and intentional financial planning process; I had the privilege to talk with George for an episode that will be on the podcast next week, but I couldn’t wait to share the three questions that he teaches in his book The Seven Stages Of Money Maturity. Give today’s Rundown a…

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The Rundown: May’s Consumer Sentiment Reading

On Monday the University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment Index hit a fifteen year high at 102.4, with expectations of 97.5. Check out today’s Rundown to learn more about the index and why investors pay attention to the reading. Be sure to subscribe to RLS Wealth Management’s Rundown on Amazon Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog should be considered advice, or recommendations. If…

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