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August 15, 2014

Fear, greed and the Volatility Index

By Joe Clark for The Herald Bulletin

Two emotions drive markets: fear and greed. Fear always triumphs over greed. While fear can drive people out of markets, it can also force them to buy. Fear and greed represent the two key ingredients driving increased volatility. Below are some questions we often hear from my Purdue students, our radio show listeners and the families we serve....

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August 1, 2014

Plan your strategy for financing higher education

By Joe Clark for The Herald Bulletin

Summer is passing by and once again, students are headed back to class. Some will change buildings, some finish their high school careers and others make their way to higher education campuses across the country.

Planning is essential regardless of the situation, but no plan is perfect. There will be flat tires and snow days, but there will also be dances and great memories. Let’s plan for what we can even if.... 

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July 25, 2014

Beat the market or meet your goals?

By Joe Clark for The Herald Bulletin

Goals are a beautiful thing. A mythical Harvard study claimed that a graduating class from 20 years past was asked if they had set goals upon graduation. Allegedly, only 20 percent of the alums responded affirmatively, and less than 10% of that group had put their goals in writing.

The legend said that the 20 percent of alums with goals had more wealth than the other 80 percent and the ones who wrote out their goals had far more wealth than the others.

True or not, my experience tells me that goals – especially when written down – undoubtedly serve as catalysts for success. However, danger arises when a goal does not properly focus on the long term result you expect.....

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