Week-ending reads, both serious...and not so serious

Week-ending reads, both serious...and not so serious

Week-ending reads, both serious...and not so serious Serious reads from the week that was (click on the text for the link): 

The new second-in-command at the US Fed sounds like Pimco’s Bill Gross, talking as he is about new permanently lower global rates...

A US-based overachieving advisor talks about the importance of prepping clients for continued financial chaos…

Be thankful you’re not an investor in China…

The boom in Chinese wealth management products goes on. You just have to love the names of some of these products…a personal favourite, "Credit Equals Gold, #1" Yowza.

Interesting stat in this story... brokers expect "50% of retirement nest egg to come from sale of office...

The importance of rounding up old corporate pension plan funds...

 Some not so serious reads:

One wonders who Beyoncé’s financial advisors are…and what does their office look like?  

Speaking of a financial advisors office…

The importance of a good secretary...

Financial Advisor Dog says…

And, finally, a light-steppin' disco-funk classic from 1980 all about the deep importance of proper financial management...

Happy Friday all!
 
1 Comments
  • Patricia Cowell 2014-08-15 11:07:46 AM
    Pretty musing.
    Thanks Jeff!
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