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Fixed vs Adjustable Rate Mortgage

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Factors Can Increase Expected Return

In our previous article and video, What is Evidence-Based Investing?, we summarized three principles of Evidence-Based Investing. Those principles include: Passive > Active Global diversification Factors can increase expected return This article goes into more...

Can Money Buy Happiness?

The average pay for an emergency physician is over $300,000 per year. Most people recognize that they need professional advice on how to save and invest that level of income. When it comes to spending, most people rely on their intuitions. Happy Money: The Science of...


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