If you have children, you’re keenly aware that it’s getting close to back-to-school time.
Today, that might mean you need to go shopping for notebooks and pencils. But in the future, when “back to school” means “off to college,” your expenditures are likely to be significantly greater.
Over time, the value of stocks can go up and down. Bond prices fluctuate with interest rates, as do other types of fixed-income securities such as certificates of deposit and investments in money-market accounts. Predicting which investment vehicles are likely to perform better than others at any given point time is next to impossible. So how do you choose investments for your portfolio?
This is what I call a cold, dreary, lazy day here in Dallas. I’m not sure how it will be when you read this. It’ll be different — that’s for sure. Every day here is.
People are dying here from the flu, so except for church, I am trying to stay in. A couple of my friends, Paul and Debbie, had planned to take me to dinner on Sunday evening and I hope when they called to postpone it they couldn’t know how pleased I was. I did NOT want to get out.