All That Jazz

Jerry Sloan, the legendary coach of the Utah Jazz, recently passed away. Mr. Sloan had a stellar career as a player and a coach. As a player, he was twice an all-star, and his number was retired by the Chicago Bulls.  In 2009, he was enshrined in the NBA hall of fame for his coaching ability.

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Planning with Uncertainty

Zero Dark Thirty is a thriller about the global pursuit of Osama Bin Laden. A CIA operative determines he is living in a compound in Pakistan, but few believe her analysis, until the meeting scene. During this scene, the power players assess the likelihood that Bin Laden is living at the compound.

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My Fitbit

My wife and daughter own Fitbits. I didn’t want to be left out, so I bought one too. The main reason for getting our Fitbits is our healthcare plan will give us points we can use to purchase gift cards. Of course, we want to get fit, but our real motivation is to rack up the points.

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The Beauty of Cash

Cash is wonderful. Simple. Humble. It never boasts when times are good, nor complains when times are tough. Cash is an asset like stocks or bonds or real estate, but it doesn’t get any respect – like Rodney Dangerfield, but it should, particularly when the stock market and economy are struggling.

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What to do about college?

Seniors in high school are pouring over acceptance letters trying to decide which college to attend in the fall. It’s an exciting time for students and parents. College is a fabulous experience, full of pomp and circumstance, football games, fraternities, sororities, student government, homecomings, etc. But what if you can’t physically attend college because of the Coronavirus?

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A Few Ways to Save a Few Dollars

Desperate times call for drastic measures. As the Coronavirus shuts down the planet, you may be looking for ways to save a few extra dollars. Now is an excellent time to review your spending habits and create a budget. However, creating a budget is about as fun as getting your wisdom teeth pulled, but it’s imperative to know where your money is going.

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China and Emerging Markets

China is closed. The world’s second-largest economy is shut down due to the Coronavirus, and life is at a standstill. According to several news reports, the number of deaths from the virus has now surpassed the number of deaths from SARS – a frightening thought, and the uncertainty is making the situation worse.

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