Monthly Archives: October 2016

Global Investors Wary of UK Markets as Brexit Fog Thickens

Jamie McGeever LONDON (Reuters) – Money managers charged with investing trillions of dollars of global savings haven’t abandoned Britain just yet, but the uncertainty created by Brexit has made them extremely wary about investing in UK Plc. Portfolio managers, strategists and investment officers at 13 asset or wealth management firms controlling more than $7 trillion (£5.7 trillion) of assets have told Reuters that their broadly negative view on Britain hasn’t changed since the June 23… Read More »

Will My Retirement Savings Support Me For 30 Years?

Retirement Savings, Investment, and Planning Strategies | Get personal retirement guidance from the financial advisors at Jordan Dechtman Wealth Management in Denver Colorado

For our clients across Colorado, this is the biggest question they face as they approach retirement. Will your money last, our will you outlast your money? Making decisions about how to save, invest, withdraw, and spend your nest egg has a big impact on your quality of life after you retire. The following article by Walter Updegrave discusses how investing and using your savings can impact how long your retirement assets will last. To explore… Read More »

How to Start Investing if You Have $1,000 or Less

Jonnelle Marte There are plenty of benefits to having cash in the bank. But after you have paid off most of your debt and your emergency fund is set, investing some of your money can increase the chances that it will grow over time. In a period when interest rates on savings accounts are near zero, taking some risk in the market can help people reach specific goals, such as those saving for a down payment, for retirement… Read More »

October Financial Planning Days & Questions on Retiring with Debt

Rodney Brooks For all you folks who say you can’t afford a financial adviser, here’s an opportunity to get all the financial advice you want — for free. In October, Financial Planning Days will be held in cities across the United States as hundreds of certified financial planners will offer free financial advice to area residents, in partnership with local city governments. These events will be held in schools, municipal buildings and libraries, depending on… Read More »

An Essential Budget Query: Is This Spending Aligned with My Values?

by Carl Richards A few months ago, I wrote an article explaining that the solution to keeping a budget is as simple (and complex) as maintaining awareness, and I asked you to do two things: 1. For 30 days, every time you make a purchase, take three seconds to notice what you spend your money on. 2. Send me your stories about your discoveries. The point was not to change your behavior, or to beat… Read More »