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Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Having blind faith in certain areas can be an admirable quality. However, as Tony writes in his latest post, using blind faith to plan your retirement isn’t a good idea.
- Just like the legend of Warren Buffett in general, the share price of his company Berkshire Hathaway has grown significantly over the years. Buffett says he won’t issue stock splits, but this article outlines how the share price is getting too high for Nasdaq to handle.
- From the bottom of the market last year, people who bought more shares of their investments are probably sitting on some pretty massive gains. How do you know when to take some of those profits? Ben writes about finding the right time to do that in his latest post.
- Finding the right financial planner is a big deal for folks. However, not ALL financial planners will fit your every need. In this post we outline a few important questions to ask your next financial planner.