As the new year draws closer many investors begin to think about financial resolutions for the new year - but what if you have already financial independence or are well on your way to it? One aspect of their finances that most people tend to put off (for obvious reasons) is planning what should happen with their wealth if they should die - but this reluctance doesn't make it any less important. Read the article below to see why it is so important and how to go about it the right way.
Tradition diversifies with Reinsurance to take advantage of low correlations and solid expected return. Attached white paper explains why this is wise - see more.
The bond market experienced one of the most rapid and significant increases in yields across all bond maturities in several years during November. Instead of the Federal Reserve acting through monetary policy to gradually move rates higher as had been widely anticipated, the unexpected result of the Presidential election led to the stunning move in bond yields this month.
The process most people use for evaluating a new car or other large purchase doesn't hold true for picking investments - here's why.
Tradition Adviser Chip Wieczorek, CFP® was recently quoted in the article “What you need to know about buying an annuity."
Read it here.
We learned from legendary bank robber, Willie Sutton that the reason he robbed so many banks was, as he put it, “obvious ... you go where the money is and you go there often.” Today, the real money exists not in banks, but in cyberspace among the trillions of bits and bytes that hold the keys to the massive digital vault guarding our most sensitive personal data.