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It’s finally official! The IRS announced the 2020 Retirement Plan Contribution and Benefit Limits. See how much you can save in your 401(k) plan in 2020.
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As noted above, the big story last week was about the on-again-off-again trade deal between the US and China. It’s impossible to know where the deal goes from here, but the options are basically as follows: Talks Continue. The negotiation deadline could be extended as it was before with tariffs frozen and additional sanctions possible. The status quo should be stabilizing for markets for a while, despite the policy uncertainty…. Read More
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You know the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting is coming up when every financial media outlet has a story on the company or its leader, businessman and investor extraordinaire, Warren Buffett. My favorite from the weekend was an article in The Financial Times that draws extensively from an interview with Buffett. You can find the article here, but it may be behind a paywall. One of the points made in the… Read More
I’ve written about David Swensen and the Yale Endowment several times over the years (here and here, for example) because i find both fascinating. I first learned about Swensen in 2005, when he was heralded ‘Yale’s $8 Billion Man’ upon the 20th anniversary of taking over the endowment. The performance during that period was remarkable: 16.1 percent versus the S&P 500, which earned 11.9 percent during the same time frame. … Read More