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Goldstein on Gelt: Are Millennial Investors the Only Investors with Short Attention Spans?

Offering tools that make tracking expenses and investments easier and insists that people should “know their numbers.”

Goldstein on Gelt: How to Optimize Your Cash Flow

After working hard to save and grow your money, you want to make sure that it is accessible when you need it.

Goldstein on Gelt: Avoid Mistakes People Make When Receiving an Inheritance

If you are optimistic that the economy is growing, look to the future and invest in the economy.

Goldstein on Gelt: How to Quickly Get Out of Debt

Is the current low-interest-rate environment, a good time to buy bonds?

Goldstein on Gelt: The Benefits of Early Investing

Millennials should start putting aside a percentage of their income as soon as they begin working. Ignore the impulse to wait until “things are financially easier” to save, since saving is a habit.

Goldstein on Gelt: Your Mother Was Right: Handwriting Does Matter

Dual citizens often find cross-border investing challenging. The trick is to find a financial advisor who understands the financial implications of living in two countries. How can you find the right financial advisor?

Goldstein on Gelt: The Motivation You Need to Make Good Financial Decisions

Never commit to an investment or purchase until you have a plan first. Rushing into a deal can be expensive and stressful. Listen to Doug’s cautionary tale before you agree to any big financial change.

Goldstein on Gelt: How to Make Better Financial Decisions

Some US brokerage firms are reluctant to keep clients with non-US addresses. If your investments are in US and you live abroad, and have received a letter asking you to close the account, listen to this episode to learn your options.

Goldstein on Gelt: Longer Lives Mean Big Changes to Retirement

Is it possible to lower risk in your portfolio? Does using professional money managers lower risk in your investment portfolio?

Goldstein on Gelt: How to Leverage Cash Flow during Retirement

Do you have sufficient funds to support yourself in retirement?

Goldstein on Gelt: What is a Deep Value Investor?

There are many details involved in managing an inheritance, especially if it includes IRAs or other American accounts. DON'T RUSH. Consult with a licensed professional

Goldstein on Gelt: Is it Luck or Skill that Makes a Good Stock Market...

Is stock market success due to good luck or skill? Vigilance and good research are the most important criteria for success with an investment portfolio.

Goldstein on Gelt: Which Retirement Planning Tool Should You Use?

Can retirees leave their principal intact and only live off interest? In today’s low-interest rate environment, probably not. So how can retirees know how much they can safely withdraw?

Goldstein on Gelt: Can Momentum Investing Improve Your Investment Returns?

Learn how capital gains tax strategies can be especially useful to dual citizens who may be liable to pay taxes in two countries

Goldstein on Gelt: Is There Such a Thing as Predictable Investments?

Practical ways to find the ideal retirement budget and still reach your personal goals.

Goldstein on Gelt: What You Need to Know Before You Invest

So many things can go wrong in investing and not catching a problem early could be very costly.

Goldstein on Gelt: How to Find the Right Investments

Doug Goldstein, CFP® and director of Profile Investment Services, Ltd, and Meb Faber, chief investment officer of Cambria Investments Management, the challenges investors have...

Goldstein on Gelt: How to Change Your Money Mindset

A stockbroker isn’t the same thing as a money manager or financial planner. The jobs have two totally different objectives when it involves investing your money.

Goldstein on Gelt: Know When to Let Go of the Financial Reins

Doug advises both senior parents and their adult children about how to begin the process of helping with the parents financial responsibilities in a respectful and sensitive manner.

Goldstein on Gelt: What is a Deep Value Investor?

Instead of rushing to spend/invest an inheritance, slow down and consider the options. There are many details involved in managing an inheritance, especially if it includes IRAs or other American accounts.

Goldstein on Gelt: Should You Invest in Traditional Real Estate or REITs?

Doug explains what a REIT is and its potential benefits. If you are interested in the real estate market, make sure to tune in.

Goldstein on Gelt: How Do You Value a Stock?

If you are interested in early retirement, there are TWO changes you should make in your investments to increase your chances of financial success.

Goldstein on Gelt: How Do You Value a Stock?

Doug discusses early retirement. If you are interested in early retirement, there are two changes you should make in your investments to increase your chances of financial success.

Goldstein on Gelt: How to be a Financial Grownup

Doug explores when it is OK for folks to stop saving and begin withdrawing from retirement accounts.

Goldstein on Gelt: What is the Best Way to Transfer Your U.S. Brokerage Account?

Doug shares what you, an investor with a foreign address, can do and what factors an investor should be taken into consideration.

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