Invest Better By Deleting All Investment News

I just got off the phone with a new client that said, “investing is crazy complicated, I can’t keep up with the news, the numbers and all the terms, there’s just too much new stuff happening every day and I don’t have time.” I said to him, you’re right. There is a lot of numbers…

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Money Flows Where Its Treated Best

Do you want to stay ahead of the crowd? If you’ve ever wondered how to stay many steps ahead of the crowd here is a little secret that can help. Money flows where it’s treated best. Find out where money is flowing and get in as soon as you can. The flow of the money…

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What Do I Do Now?

This article was originally published for RC Peck’s Fearless Wealth Newsletter in October 2008. It may be hard to believe, but you can make money in the current financial situation. Yeh, right! You’re kidding me. The bottom’s falling out! It’s true that we’re experiencing unprecedented times, and I admit that the situation is extremely stressful.…

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Couples and Money – Part II

This article was originally published for RC Peck’s Fearless Wealth Newsletter in May 2008. I think you’ll agree that couples can have problems when it comes to talking about money, and that the four ‘problems’ we talked about in Part 1 of this article can interfere with that dream of happily ever after: 1) Unrealistic…

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Couples and Money – Part I

This article was originally published for RC Peck’s Fearless Wealth Newsletter in April 2008. Money may not be the root of all evil, but it is the root of almost all arguments between couples—there are few issues that have more impact on life as a couple. When it comes to finances, you and your partner…

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The Great Co-Pretending

This article was originally published for RC Peck’s Fearless Wealth Newsletter in March 2008. Are You Co-Pretending About Your Money? Follow me on this visual exercise to find out if you and your spouse or partner are afflicted by one of the most common mistakes couples make when it comes to money and finance. When…

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Neurology of Investing – Part II

This article was originally published for RC Peck’s Fearless Wealth Newsletter in February 2008. Getting the Critter Brain Out Of the Picture We left Part 1 of this article after talking about the differences between the critter brain and the human brain, and how beliefs coded in the critter brain can raise havoc with your…

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Neurology of Investing – Part I

The Critter Brain and the Human Brain Who’s Managing Your Money? This question is more important than you might think, because your brain was designed for survival and not for growing money. This can be a serious problem if you want to beat the S&P 500, or at least have your money grow at a…

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average today

The current moves of the Dow Jones Industrial Average are being watched by the world. There is no index that is more studied and analyzed then the Dow Jones. Started in 1896 it has become the bell weather index for the health of the US stock market.  It’s also been driving the overall market direction…

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The US is Saving Negative 1% a Year… How Will That End?

This article was originally published for RC Peck’s Fearless Wealth Newsletter in March 2007. Two months ago, for the first time in this country’s history, a news story came out reporting that we are spending more than we are earning. This letter is not going to be about the pros and cons of that spending…

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