Financial Poise

Investors

Subscribing to the adage, “give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach a man how to fish and he will eat for a lifetime,” Financial Poise offers its audience objective and plain English education about investing. If you are looking for recommendations on particular stocks or looking to make a quick buck trading, you came to the wrong place. Financial Poise teaches investors about the fundamentals of investing for the long term.

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Crowdfunding Syndicated Loans: An Alternative for Real Estate Debt Investors

Investing in real estate debt requires market expertise. Investing in a syndicated loan through a crowdfunding platform offers diverse lender expertise.

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Warren Buffett Speaks Out on Independent Director Performance

Warren Buffett’s annual letter is critical of independent directors of public companies—but can their bad behavior influence private companies as well?

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The $68 Trillion Great Wealth Transfer Is Coming: What Most Advisors are Missing

The great wealth transfer from boomers to millennials is just around the corner, but are financial advisors overlooking boomer women and wealth?

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Understanding Behavioral Finance and Your Financial Advisor’s Biases

Your advisor is not immune to behavioral finance biases, such as overconfidence or loss aversion. How does behavioral finance affect your investments?

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In Wake of Tax Reform, Private Placement Life Insurance Has a Rising Role

Trump’s tax reforms eased tax rates on America’s wealthiest, which means opportunities in the private placement life insurance marketplace.

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Life After Bonds: Alternative Investment Ideas for Boomers

Americans’ current retirement investment strategy can no longer rely on bonds to ensure longevity. Consider these alternative investment ideas.

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‘Risk-Adjusted Return’ in a Nutshell

The risk-adjusted return (RAR) measures ROI relative to the risk of the investment. Learn 3 methods for calculating RAR and how to balance your risk.

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5 Questions Investors Should Ask Before Making a Private Equity Investment

A private equity investment is a major risk for individual investors. Follow this due diligence checklist to evaluate opportunities before you invest.

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Investing Basics Installment #1: What is Stock? And Should You Buy Some?

What is a stock? For anyone still considering buying we cover stock basics and investment principles in this series on all things equity.

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Investing in real estate like this multi-family dwelling, Bankrate found, is more popular than betting on the stock market

Survey Says: Investing in Real Estate Market Still the Popular Choice Among Americans

Americans favor investing in real estate over stocks and other asset classes. What makes the current real estate market so popular? 

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