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Maintaining Altitude

Maintaining Altitude There is no one-size-fits-all plan for retirement income, but one thing I always look for when creating a retirement plan for my clients is altitude. Altitude provides time and space, and altitude, at a high enough level, is...

A Life Lived

You have never heard of my heroes, so naming them by name is unimportant. Besides, my heroes are not interested in the publicity. My heroes lead quiet lives in attractive, inviting homes where their values and interests are proudly displayed....

P&L: Priorities & Lifestyle Episode 27

  P&L: Priorities & Lifestyle Episode 27 – What To Do With Your Property in Today’s Economy with Mark Cabal Listen Now!       Mark Cabal is a professional realtor who runs...

Thoughts on Things on Thursday | 02.10.2022

Thoughts on Things on Thursday Human creativity is the secret ingredient of capitalism. Entrepreneurs and companies create new products, ideas, and ways of getting things done for the future with the knowledge and capital they have in the...

Economic Overview Q1 2022: Inflation

Rob’s Thoughts on Inflation: For my entire 30-year professional career, inflation has never been a factor. I have endured five bear markets, yet the peril of high inflation has not been a consideration for my clients ever until this year....

Thoughts On Things | 3.24.22

Do You Have a Transition Plan? Tom Brady UnretiredFor over 20 years, we’ve watched one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to exist compete at the highest level. In February, Tom Brady retired. Six weeks later, Brady unretired and headed back to...

Schulz Wealth Executive Review of Q3 2021

Q3 Executive Review Topics Delta’s Impact On The Jobs Market Sustained Inflation Supply Chain Concerns Market Reaction Download Q3 Executive Review Schulz Wealth Economic Overview- Q3 2021

What Happened When My Kids Started Investing?

Some years back, my two younger kids expressed an interest in investing. Admittedly, I botched their initial entry into the finance world. The recent acceleration of stock trading by new investors fueled by online message boards parallels the...

At What Age Do You Need a Financial Planner?

Rob got the chance to talk with Kelechi from the Rambling Mind podcast. Together they discuss Rob’s concept of net spenders and net savers along with many other things. Are you a net spender or a net saver? Tune in to find out! 

Don't Confuse Your Politics With Your Pocketbook

All too often, people make investment decisions based upon their political concerns. Sure, policymakers can make changes to things like our taxes, minimum wage, and other regulations that affect our economy somehow, but not...

Thoughts on Recent Market Activity

Two weeks ago, I got a call from one of my clients. He owns almost 40,000 shares in an unknown local technology company that he bought from the founder many years ago. He paid around $20,000 for it at the time. The stock trades on...

What Is A Roth Conversion And Why Do I Care?

I had a new client in the office this morning whose situation lends itself perfectly to a Roth conversion. They are 53 years old and have almost 2 million dollars in 401(k) and IRA retirement account funds. All of their 401(k) and...

Investing: The Long Game

“What’s one thing you wish you knew about investing when you were 20?” I was asked this question as a guest on a recent podcast. My answer? “I wish I knew how phenomenally well Apple stock was going to do because I owned it when I...

Thoughts on Housing

Our mortgage loan officer told us what we qualified for and I couldn’t help myself as I burst out laughing. Shelly whacked me on the leg under the big conference room table as I regained my composure. “There is no way we can afford...