Discussing Stock Market

by Kirk Kinder on January 27, 2016

Here is a webinar where I talk about the recent market downturn and presented a bullish and bearish case for the markets. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is a fee-only, NAPFA registered financial planning firm dedicated to saving folks from Wall Street. Picket Fence Financial feels people have been poorly served by the [...]

{ 0 comments }

Discussing Market Movements

by Kirk Kinder on November 13, 2015

Here is a webinar where I discuss whether the stock market’s move up from the beginning of October is a bear market rally or if it is a resumption of the previous bull market. In this discussion I look at technical trends, historical metrics, and market valuations. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is [...]

{ 0 comments }

Discussing Reverse Mortgage with Sue Haviland

July 5, 2015

Here is a webinar where I discussed about reverse mortgages with Sue Haviland. What is a reverse mortgage? How are they typically used? Why they are not a tool of last resort. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is a fee-only, NAPFA registered financial planning firm dedicated to saving folks from Wall Street. Picket [...]

Read the full article →

Discussing Death of the Millionaire Next Door

May 18, 2015

Here is a webinar where I review the lessons of the recently deceased author of, “The Millionaire Next Door,” Dr. Thomas Stanley. Dr. Stanley passed away last month in a car accident, but his work has change the financial lives of many people for the good. Hopefully, these lessons can live on for years to [...]

Read the full article →

Where Are Interest Rates Headed?

February 28, 2015

Here is a webinar where I discussed about where interest rates are headed in the US. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is a fee-only, NAPFA registered financial planning firm dedicated to saving folks from Wall Street. Picket Fence Financial feels people have been poorly served by the commission structure of Wall Street. Clients [...]

Read the full article →

Top Five Tax Mistakes People Make

January 27, 2015

Here is a webinar where I discussed about the top five mistakes most taxpayers make when it comes to their tax returns. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is a fee-only, NAPFA registered financial planning firm dedicated to saving folks from Wall Street. Picket Fence Financial feels people have been poorly served by the [...]

Read the full article →

Rough September for Markets

October 14, 2014

Here is a webinar where I discussed about the rough month of September and early October on the financial markets. I also discuss why the markets struggled and what could this mean going forward. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is a fee-only, NAPFA registered financial planning firm dedicated to saving folks from Wall [...]

Read the full article →

Medicare Open Enrollment with Brian Godfrey

October 7, 2014

Here is a webinar where I interviewed Brian Godfrey of Brian Godfrey Insurance about the upcoming open enrollment for Medicare. Brian and I discussed how the open enrollment works, issues to think about for enrollees, and the pitfalls to avoid. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is a fee-only, NAPFA registered financial planning firm [...]

Read the full article →

Potential Portfolio Moves in Today’s Environment

August 13, 2014

Here is a webinar where I discussed my views on the bond, US stock, and international markets. I also discuss some positions which I added to clients’ portfolios and the reasons why. About Picket Fence Financial: Picket Fence Financial is a fee-only, NAPFA registered financial planning firm dedicated to saving folks from Wall Street. Picket [...]

Read the full article →

Discussing how Childcare Costs as much as college

June 5, 2014

Here is a webinar where I discussed how childcare costs are now higher than college tuition at a state university in thirty states. This is an enormous problem for families as childcare is usually required at the beginning of parents working career when their salary is low. For college, parents have 18 years to save [...]

Read the full article →