Marc Cuniberti

Should recent stocks’ decline spark concern?

The last few weeks has seen the market throw its version of a hissy fit tossing stock prices to and fro, mostly fro however. Which is to say that most stocks went down. Not all min ...

Predicting stock performance

The movement of stocks is everything but a science. Technical analysts point to charts and graphs claiming the history of stock movements illustrated as patterns will forecast what ...

Annuities: Not a fan at first

I wasn’t a big fan of annuities for the longest time. I saw too many of them with high fees, complicated terms and so many hooks I had to get out my tackle box to house them ...

How financial advisors build their portfolios

There are many ways investors and financial advisors build investment portfolios. From drawing on a “hunch” to the most technical mathematical analysis known to man, th ...

How much have you saved for retirement?

If you’re like the majority of Americans, probably not enough to retire comfortably. In actuality the figures of how much people have squirreled away for their golden years ...

Preserving investment gains after market falls

How does an investor preserve gains they have made when markets fall? Knowing how to deal with market falls, fits and spurts is key to preserving capital and saving what you may ha ...

Are commodities waking up?

Simply put, commodities are the things that the things we buy are made of. They include items such as certain food stuffs, fuels, metals and precious metals. You might assume that ...

Smart Money: Let dust settle before investing big in bitcoin and other crypto currencies

Has bitcoin and crypto currencies bit the dust? From its meteoric rise of close to 2,000 percent in 2017 to a roller coaster ride which lopped off half its value a week or t ...

Reasons for the financial ‘downalanche’

Truth sometimes is stranger than fiction. A week back or so I penned an article called the “Melt up” which detailed the great run up in stocks and how rare it was to se ...

Another View: Do your homework before deciding on Medigap insurance

   Medicare provides basic medical insurance to those over 65 but the free part only is what is called Medicare A and only if you or your spouse paid Medicare taxes accor ...

Your Money: A lot to question in 100-year bond

   Wealthyretirement.com slaps the term “Ratepig” on investors who only look at yield when evaluating a potential investment.   One of my family member ...

Are big corporations paying their fair share?

One of the most hotly debated issues is the subject of corporate income taxes and subsequent outsourcing to avoid them. One side believes corporations should pay their fair share ...