Holberg Financial Blog

The 4.0% Stock Market Decline Means Nothing (in the long run)

Posted by holbergfinancial on February 6, 2018

Every time the market goes down my inbox explodes, my phone buzzes, and my ears tingle with the sense that people are fretting about their IRAs, 401ks, and investments. 

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Topics: 401K, Dow Jones, Investing, IRA, Retirement, Stock Market, Stocks

Dow(n) or Up? What 20,000 Actually Means

Posted by holbergfinancial on January 25, 2017

One of the largest and most tracked indexes in the entire world just smashed a major, life-altering, massive, tremendous huge milestone: the Dow passed 20,000 for the first time ever!

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Topics: Dow Jones, Index Funds, Investing, Retirement, Stock Market, Stocks, Wealth

Dow(n) Again! An Addendum to Chicken Little

Posted by holbergfinancial on January 20, 2016

Since the overall market was Dow(n) again today, we felt this post a fitting follow up.

Yesterday's post impressed upon the importance of remaining calm, patient, and rational during a stock market dip. Our tragicomic Chicken Little showed us that we shouldn't rush to act without complete information, nor should we blow things out of proportion lest bad things happen.

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Topics: Bonds, Dow Jones, Index Funds, Investing, Mutual Funds, Stock Market, Stocks

Chicken Little & The Stock Market

Posted by holbergfinancial on January 17, 2016

My, oh my, the sky is falling! 

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Topics: Bonds, DIJA, Dow, Dow Jones, Financial Fun Facts, Investing, Stock Market, Stocks

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