Snoring and Sleep Apnea: the Silent Killer of American Retirees

Snoring is a very common problem for American adults, affecting over 40 million men and women every night. While it’s a bothersome nuisance and maybe even a little hilarious, it can actually be dangerous. When a person snores, they are actually going without air for long periods of time. When a person goes without breathing […]

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Stimulus is dead: When the spoils system spoils (and why people approaching retirement should care)

“To the victor, the spoils.” And spoil indeed it does. The biggest reason why federal stimulus is a horrible idea… It rewards that which does not work. Literally, and figuratively. Symbolically, and actually. I wrote this article and a day later this major news outlet published this interview where even financial experts are saying the […]

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All Fences are Not Created Equal: Renovating Your Home’s Fence

At the most fundamental level, there are not very many differences with fencing when you consider the core materials which are either wood or metal. Even fences made from the same material often will not appear to made from the same thing. The industry has completely changed the way it does business over the past […]

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Getting Unstuck as an Investor: Eliminating Your Own Confirmation Bias

Confirmation bias is a self deceptive trick of the ego which influences a person’s judgment, where the person usually denies all available, pertinent information about reality in order to support an initially held viewpoint. Even if the initially held viewpoint can no longer be supported rationally at the present time. “It could never happen here, […]

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