Published February 20, 2018 in LinkedIN Last week the stock markets remembered volatility. After nearly 2 years of consistent stock market growth, the Dow Jones in the United States dropped over 4.5%. This was widely billed and sensationalized as the largest point drop ever on the Dow Jones. Though technically correct, since the Dow was Read more about Remembering Volatility[…]
Recent Market Activity & Mixed Outlook So, over these last few months we have some more signs of markets and investments returning to “normal” though what that means precisely varies from person to person and from one day to the next. Each management team interprets the current situation slightly differently and is taking different steps Read more about Cautiously Positive vs Sanguinely Negative (Summer 2017)[…]
Kevin’s latest article on LinkedIn talks about how fund managers are responding to the Trump presidency. Should we be worried? Or is it business as usual? 2017: Trump Bump? Slump? Maybe Issue Should Be Dumped
The national bestseller, revised and updated! In this fully revised and updated edition of The Money Book, financial planner and journalist Kevin Cork takes a no-holds-barred look at financial strategies for the post-Boom generation. Here, at last, is a money guide that addresses your concerns, and offers a wealth of advice on how to cope. Read more about The Money Book[…]
Following the runaway success of The Money Book, author, financial advisor, and newly minted spokesperson for the younger set seeking security, Kevin Cork is back with another must-read effort. The Investment Book is an informative and irreverent look at the world of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and investing. Like The Money Book, The Investment Book Read more about The Investment Book[…]
Money Mondays: A smaller home will save you money Mon, Jan 25: Planner Kevin Cork joins Global Calgary with details on how buying a smaller home will save you money.
Money Mondays: How to curb bad spending habits Mon, Jan 11: Financial Planner Kevin Cork joins Global Calgary with details on how to make a game out of spending to help curb bad habits.
What is your money for? I am currently doing a short mini series of chats for Global TV Calgary designed to help people ‘cut back on their spending.’ It is of course presented in a way that is to communicate a certain domineering sense of denial: Smarten Up; get better with your money, etc. That Read more about The Purpose of Money[…]
This week on Money Mondays, Kevin Cork catches up with Global TV to find out how your lunch money really does add up.
We should let you know a few things before we start. Here’s an outline of what you can and can not expect from your mutual fund dealer. The Zoobe bunny explains it all.