Lorin Bice Blog

Milestones, purpose, and passion

As I drove to work this morning, I was tuned to the Jimmy Buffett channel on satellite radio as he sang A Pirate Looks at Forty. Since I’m a fan of his music, I happen to know that Mr. Buffett (the singer, not the Oracle of Omaha) will be looking at 72 on Christmas Day […]

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Freedom and Finance

Let’s get back to matters of personal finance after our whimsical journeys the last month or two, shall we?   I take my inspiration today from the recent Fourth of July celebration. I hope you celebrated more than a day off from the salt mines and celebrated this great — though not without flaws — land […]

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Career Transition: Financial Advisor to Supermodel?

Last week a friend asked me “why do you wear suspenders and a belt?” I’ve also had people tell me “my daddy/mamma told me that I should never trust a man that wears suspenders,” but that little nugget of folk wisdom never made sense to me. Supermodels wear suspenders… right? I do have several reasons […]

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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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