Articles by Jason Jenkins
Two Healthcare Trends to Watch: “Boutique” Pharmacies and the Diabetes Epidemic
May 14, 2013
In the days since the Obama administration rewrote the rules of the insurance industry, healthcare has received a great deal of attention. But even before the Affordable Care Act, the landscape of healthcare was changing – especially the pharmacy industry.
Why It’s Time to Pool Your Retirement Accounts
November 19, 2012
During the late 1990s, 401(k)s and individual retirements accounts (IRAs) were gaining traction in the American worker’s psyche. For the most part, gone were the days of the actuary and the company’s pension plan. Your retirement savings were now your responsibility and you needed to know the rules.
Age-Based Asset Allocation: Following the Best “Flight Path” to Retirement
November 14, 2012
In the investment world of everyday folks, I don’t think you’ll ever hear anyone hesitant about making money. But if you ask them how much can they deal with losing in the short term to reach long-term goals, then it’s a completely different story.”
The New Rule of Thumb for Your Retirement Savings
October 2, 2012
There have been many popular rules of thumb about how much one would need to live comfortably during retirement. One common axiom was that you would need either about 70% or 80% of your pre-retirement income.
LIBOR Rate Manipulation: What it Means for Investors
July 17, 2012
In case you’re not up on your major British multinational banking and financial services conglomerates, Barclays is headquartered in London…
J-Charts: The Next Evolution of Technical Analysis
April 25, 2012
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that the analysis itself is becoming more mathematical and/or scientific. But that doesn’t make it more attractive to average investors…