Published by Meg Ronspies, Marketing Coordinator “Don’t be boring. Remember that the first thing people buy is people.” Normally seated amongst four other “sharks,” Robert Herjavec shared with attendees of the 2016 Excell Conference some entrepreneurial advice last month.
Published by Jake Bleicher and the Carson Wealth Investment Committee A strategic wealth management plan often focuses on investment allocation. Empirical evidence suggests that asset allocation explains 91.5% of return variation over time (Brinson, Singer & Beebower 1991). By that logi …
Published by Rob Furlong One of the biggest debates in the investment world right now is the question of whether investors are better served by active or passive approaches. Each camp makes passionate arguments for their side, but for now passive investing is winning the battle by gathering …
For many, logic says, “I need help with my finances, so I’ll hire a financial advisor.” I believe this is why there are various financial advisors that set up shop in convenient areas and make it very easy to open up investment accounts.
Published by Ron Carson | @RCHusker At our firm’s annual retreat, we set our most important goals for the coming year. During one recent retreat, I held up a sign above the list of goals. It said, “No new.”
I feel wealthiest when I’m surrounded by my loved ones and dear friends; those who have shared laughter and tears, joys and sorrows, successes and failures. The ones who I can see every day or never at all, but still feel like we share a life.