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January 2008 NewsLetter

I realized that it’s been so long since I started my NewsLetter, most of you won’t know its origins. To bring you up to date, here’s the intro to the first one.

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NewsLetter - July 2020

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NewsLetter - June 2020

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We Are Here for You: EK-FF Response to Coronavirus and COVID-19

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but the market’s been a bit bumpy lately, so I decided to send out my NewsLetter early to give you something to read other than financial pornography designed to scare the begeebies out of you.

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Harold Evensky's musings on the Coronavirus

I know that “experts” on what’s happening in the world have inundated you (and me) with pontifications, but I can’t resist putting my two cents in too, so I’ll start with the obvious. It’s scary as hell out there and with good reason. Covid-19 is expanding at a geometric rate, global economies are being decimated, and markets are in free fall.

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NewsLetter - February 2020

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NewsLetter – November 2019

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NewsLetter – September 2019

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NewsLetter - July 2019

Mixing vegetables together may be fine for food (although it’s not my favorite), but it’s nonsense in the investment world. When you hire a money manager (e.g., a mutual fund), do you really care how good his or her sibling managers are if he or she is awful? Do your due diligence on the fund, not the family.

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NewsLetter - May 2019

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NewsLetter – March 2019

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NewsLetter - January 2019

Harold Evensky's quarterly letter to his readers.

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NewsLetter - December 2018

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Newsletter - October 2018

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NewsLetter September 2018

Retirement isn’t the sort of thing you can just jump into. Rather, it requires thoughtful planning and a modest amount of basic knowledge. Unfortunately, Americans seem to be sorely lacking in this regard.