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Bogue Asset Management’s Quarterly Investment Letter In this quarters commentary, I highlight a few of the positive economic indicators in support of a synchronized global growth recovery. But, as always, there are significant uncertainties and unknowables when it comes to economic forecasting. Humility and intellectual honesty—knowing what you do not know and what you can not know and can not accurately predict—are crucial. Stock market corrections can happen any time despite the global economy’s current health, and investors should prepare themselves for market dips and drops along the way.........[See More]

    

How your advisor is compensated does matter.  Lately there has been a blurring of the lines with the use of the term “Fee-Based” to describe how one is compensated.  I’ll tell you why Fee-Based is not Fee-Only and the difference can be substantial: [See More]

 

    

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Retirement Planning

Specializing in Retirement Planning, Bogue Asset Management LLC breaks these services down into two phases of life:  The Asset Accumulation Stage and The Retirement Income Planning. 

Asset Accumulation Planning: This stage of life spans one’s working years leading up to retirement and focusing on the accumulation of retirement assets in the most efficient and risk managed manner possible.  Essentially these services are designed so that you can create your own personalized pension.  Learn More 

Retirement Income Planning Includes:  This process can begin in the years immediately before retirement and involves managing your retirement cash flow in the most efficient manner.  This involves effectively managing the two primary risks during retirement: sequence risk (the risk that the market unexpectantly falls when you need income) and longevity risk so that you can enjoy your money throughout your lifetime so you can live with independence and dignity.  Learn More