Imagine a brainstorming session in Detroit going something like this:
Cars have gotten so expensive, why don’t we add an alarm to provide increased
As Robert Heinlein famously shared: There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch. At the time he was writing, some bars sold lunch to patrons, others provided a
Care to guess the name of the newspaper I’ve read virtually every day for the past 45 years? Since I live in the world of business, you might not be surprised
Sometimes in the past I’ve suggested that a current or historical figure might have made a good financial planner but today I’m looking at a different
Of course I’m speaking of fiduciary, a word that has been largely unknown in the investment world until the past several months.
An attorney friend calls a
According to the website BrainyQuote, the famously reclusive Howard Hughes coined the phrase Money can't buy happiness. In reading about his life of producing
Lots of publications provide a “year in review” issue in December, so here are some reflections on issues that affect WWA and our clients.
I’d like to begin
A recently widowed woman visited our office not long ago asking for help understanding her investment portfolio. Fortunately, she was in good financial shape
If an investor decides that stock ownership seems like a workable strategy for making money over time, how does she or he decide which company to become an
Hedge funds are periodically in the news, so let’s shine a light into that corner of the market beginning with a definition. When used as a verb, hedge means to
Many great fortunes have been made by purchasing the right stock at the right time but the risk inherent in the stock market means that there will always be a
Early in his career, Johnny Carson emceed an afternoon game show on ABC from which today’s article borrows its title. Carson generally allowed more time for