Wealth Management on Ulitzer Wealth Management on Ulitzer - Many financial
firms are now claiming they have a "new plan", "new perspective", "new
advice" for investors. That their "green line" or "red zone" of expert
advice will now provide investment and retirement guidance that will "take
you where you want to go".
What is this new ground b reaking advice? How is it different from the
advice they were giving two years ago?
On the cover of recently received magazine it has the title "Tools of TRUE
Diversification: Skillfully applied asset allocation can reduce a portfolio's
Timeline of the 2010 Gulf oil spill legal cases:
— April 20, 2010: An explosion and fire on the BP-operated drilling rig
Deepwater Horizon kills 11 workers. Thousands of gallons of oil begin gushing
into the Gulf of Mexico from the blown-out well.
— June 16, 2010: BP agrees to put $20 billion into an escrow fund to settle
economic injury claims by fishermen and various Gulf industries.
— December 15, 2010: The Justice Department files suit against BP and eight
other companies over the accident, asking they be held liable for removal
costs and damages caused by the explosion and s... (more)
This time of year is a favorite for children of all ages – I happen to be
one of these kids – in part because of the television programs that are
shown around Christmas.
A Charlie Brown Christmas, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Rudolph the Red
Nose Reindeer, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas, have been favorites of
mine since TV went from exclusively black and white to poor quality color.
This is no coincidence as these programs were made in the mid 1960’s.
As I was watching this year, it occurred to me that if at this time in
history Christmas had not yet been established, if so... (more)
Somewhere on the internet last week, mention was made that unemployment for
high income people was (essentially) non-existent, while extremely high for
low income earners. I was able to track down that data for the fourth quarter
of 2009. Here it is by income:
As you can clearly see the lower income levels are experiencing the greatest
difficulty finding jobs. Interestingly enough, this data is not making its
way into the mainstream. But even more interesting is the set of
“circumstances” that has caused this, or at least occurred in the same
approximate time frame.
Minimum Wage... (more)