Lorin Bice Blog

Market Harmonics and Dealing with Volatility

“What do you do if I sang out of tune?” My daughter always replies: “I’d stand up and walk out on you.” My kids grew up hearing lots of semi-non-sensical (and always fun) adages in our home (along with more than a few songs from the 60’s, as you can imagine.) Over the years, the […]

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Investing insights from “March Madness”

Do you follow March Madness? I do — it’s a great spectacle. In case you don’t, “March Madness” is the nickname for the annual men’s college basketball tournament which – as you may have guessed – occurs each March. It’s a single elimination tournament that consists of 68 teams. One of these teams is crowned […]

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Market Volatility and the Investment Highway

Well that was fun, wasn’t it? And by “that”, I mean the stock market rise that transpired over the time from Election Day 2016 to the end of January 2018. It seemed like our investment accounts hit new highs just about every other week! Then came February of 2018, and a dose of reality with […]

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One Investor’s Hair Raising Adventures

Happy birthday, Dad! My father would have turned 90 on February 6th of this year, but the passing of time and a couple of falls took him much too early in 2012. It’s always much too early when you cherish your parents, isn’t it? My dad was just the finest man I knew. Best gift […]

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What does 2018 have in store for your retirement plan?

As I drove to work this morning, I heard Ray Stevens sing “Guitarzan” followed by The Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil.” It was, shall we say, an eclectic musical morning! Finding the dichotomy too much to process before the noonday sun, I switched to (Stuart) Varney & Co. on the Fox Business Network. Mr. […]

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