A new perspective from adversity

I returned early last week from an amazing trip with my son, David, and the Boy Scouts of Troop 132. We hiked Yellowstone National Park and part of the Continental Divide Trail (CDT). The CDT connects Mexico to Canada. We took all necessary precautions on our flights for COVID19, and I am happy to report…

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Trump and Financial planning in Palm Beach Gardens Florida

After Hurricane Dorian left us and proceeded north, I asked my younger son David, to help me return the outdoor furniture we stored in our garage to the backyard. In the process of moving the furniture our Golden Retriever Jack ran outside. Now Jack is a very loyal 6-year old Golden Retriever who loves to…

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Hot Times Mean Earlier Walks

Early warning signs of running out of money in retirement. Last Week, I went for a walk in the morning with my wife Gina. This is part of our commitment to remain healthy. It was as hot and humid as it gets here in South Florida. The temperature hit over 95 degrees with 90% humidity.…

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Some key points about China and the US economy

January 7, 2016 In the first few days of this New Year we have seen the Chinese Stock market fall over 7% and again fall. The World is connected and the S&P 500 (a measure of the largest companies in the US) dropped in value. The S&P 500 dropped 2% the day following China’s decline.…

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The Blatt Watch by Peter Blatt: Jesse Panuccio, Executive Director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and my dog, Jack, help decide which state you should become a resident.

From the desk of Peter Blatt, J.D., LL.M.  At a recent special session of the Northern Palm Beach Country Chamber of Commerce meeting I learned that New York fell behind Florida in economic growth in the private sector jobs. However, New York is constantly bombarding us with ads inviting businesses to move to New York.…

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