Smart Ways to Save More Money from PowerWallet’s Bob Sullivan

By: Bob Sullivan – Tech Entrepreneur and PowerWallet.com President 1. Car pool to work or school – Gas prices continue to rise and if you work in a major city like Los Angeles, Miami or New York, carpooling or using public transportation may cut your traveling expenses in half! Sit down and compare the numbers – it will … Read more

Financial Advisors and the Recession

By: Jeff Gitterman In the wake of the recession, people are finding financial advisors, especially good ones who have really deep relationships with their clients, more necessary than ever.  Many advisors are greatly weighed down by their own internal panic about what happened and therefore have very little capacity to deal with their clients’ fears … Read more

Jeff Gitterman: On Giving

By: Jeff Gitterman In the conventional sense, philanthropy means “love for mankind, usually demonstrated by giving money to, or doing work for, other people.” When it comes to financial philanthropy, most people who give generously are those who already consider themselves wealthy. As a financial advisor, I’ve seen this time and time again, and this … Read more

Market Matters Debut: Portfolio Armor’s Dave Pinsen Joins Aaron & Dave to Discuss Jobs Numbers, Muni Market, Barclays, & QE3

Market Matters

  In the debut episode of Market Matters on Google+ Hangout, hosts David Domzalski (Financial Bin founder) and Aaron Klein (Riskalyze CEO) invited David Pinsen from Portfolio Armor to touch on — 1. The unemployment and jobs numbers 2. The possibility of another round of quantitative easing 3. Stockton, CA and other municipality bankruptcies — … Read more

Analysis: Big Greek Risk Morphs into More Economic Uncertainty

By Alan Wheatley, Global Economics Correspondent LONDON (Reuters) – Greece‘s election has averted the immediate threat of a euro break-up, but it does nothing to restore the magic ingredient missing in the European and global economies – confidence. Investors and corporate executives are paid to calculate risk. But they cope badly with uncertainty, and the … Read more