Working together with your partner is paramount to financial success.
It stands to reason that women and men who share family financial decisions have an opportunity to build on each other’s strengths and create a stronger team than if one spouse calls the shots alone.
This WSJ article goes in our file of examples of clients who had investment ideas that went wrong. Surprisingly, it is a Starkville, Mississippi written piece in The Wall Street Journal about the downfall of tree farmers relying exclusively on timber crops for retirement money.
Despite end-of-the-month volatility, all of the major domestic equity indices were up for the second quarter.
The three major domestic equity indices ultimately ended in positive territory for the second quarter, after zigging and zagging on headline news, particularly toward the end of June.