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Where Do You Really Think America is Headed?

Each Wednesday I post an old column that I hope will be informative, instructive, and inspirational. Today’s column was first published in 2010. An old college friend asked me recently where I really think America is headed. I basically said that our nation is an out-of-control train running top speed with an incompetent and suicidal […]

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What Will You Do When Financial Chaos Happens?

Each Wednesday I publish one of my previous columns that I hope will be interesting, informative, instructive if not inspiring. This column was published in 2006.   DUMPies are Destitute Unprepared Mature People who had “confidence in the system” and who were “sure everything will work out all right.” However, their faith was in the […]

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Buying Shares in the Titanic!

Each Wednesday I post one of my old columns that I think will be interesting and informative if not inspiring to my readers. Today’s column was published in 2007:   DUMPies are Destitute Unprepared Mature People who had “confidence in the system” and who were “sure everything will work out all right.” However, their faith […]

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What Will You Do When Financial Chaos Happens? Part I

Each Wednesday I post one of my old columns that I think will be interesting, informative, even inspirational. Today I am posting a 2005 column dealing with the economy: While I am not a pessimist, I do believe you should prepare for very difficult days ahead. If you are planning on Social Security or even […]

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