Daily Archives: January 24, 2014

Bob Seawright’s Who To Read

Yesterday Madison Avenue Securities’ Bob Seawright had a great piece up on whose stuff he is reading on the financial web. Well I am completely dumbfounded to find myself among these titans of the financial web, and honored. The list includes the biggest names in financial blogging (Abnormal Returns, The Reformed Broker, Pragmatic Capitalism, etc), […]

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Of Course You Should Harvest Tax Losses

I’m not sure why this is any matter of debate, but yes, of course you should be capturing tax losses in your portfolio. For the unfamiliar, it works like this: If you have investments in an after-tax account that have declined in value since purchased, you can sell them and “capture” the tax loss. Generally, […]

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