Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra died last year at age 90. Without question, he was one of the greatest Major League Baseball players of all time, but he would have also made a great financial planner. In 2016, consider the financial wisdom of his famous “Yogisms:” “90% of the game is half mental.” It is true
WBIR: Paul Fain, from Asset Planning Corporation, explains how a mutual fund can benefit your portfolio.
Honesty among spouses and partners is important when it comes to money. Certified financial planner Paul Fain from Asset Planning discusses ideas for merging love and money.
WBIR: Paul Fain with Asset Planning Corporation explains what bonds are and the potential risks and benefits.
With high anxiety building as the stock market dips lower, Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain of Asset Planning Corporation goes back to the basics – what is a stock and why do we own one?
After the worst yearly start for stocks in history, many investors are feeling some concern. That old myth resurfaces, “Investing in stocks is just like gambling.” Gambling addicts would probably agree. In the 1990s, scads of obsessive day-traders seemed to gamble themselves into personal and financial ruin. Jim Parker, regional director of Dimensional Fund Advisors
WBIR: Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain with Asset Planning Corporation explains the pros and cons of paying off a mortgage.
WBIR: A rough start to 2016 has investors across the country questioning what’s going on with their money. Certified financial planner Paul Fain says not everyone needs to be alarmed.
WBIR: A Tennessee couple surprised some by going public with news that they had won the big lottery this week before even verifying their ticket. Paul Fain, president of Asset Planning Corp., offers advice on how to proceed in such instances.