Helicopter money is back and many Americans have received their latest stimulus check.
As I’m writing this blog, lawmakers are gathering together and hammering out the details of another round of direct stimulus payments to Americans.
In last week’s post, I talked about the differences between morally responsible investing and what so often parades itself as such. The takeaway is that the two are in fact very different, and the agendas that they serve can be quite opposite.
I’ve had a growing number of clients ask me about “responsible” investing. Generally speaking I’ve found that I need to ask a few more questions to clarify what they are really trying to achieve. More often than not I find that what they are really asking for is morally responsible investing.
Many people think that a financial advisor’s primary function is to provide timely investment management and advice. If only it were that easy.
We all have bad days. When I have them, I find myself asking a lot of questions. Why do I get up at 5am?