Palm Beach Daily

Teeka Tiwari’s Palm Beach Daily is chock-full of the most important wealth-building ideas our research team has uncovered. In short, it’s your go-to information source for all things Palm Beach Research Group – in one easy-to-read place.

Is the “702(j) Retirement Plan” a scam?

From Marvin Schulz, staff writer, Palm Beach Research Group: I’m skeptical by nature. When it comes to marketing—especially online—I’m always on guard. I imagine you are, too. It’s better to be safe than sorry. The fact that you’re reading this tells me two things about you. First, you’ve just heard about the “702(j) Retirement Plan,” […]

The bad news coming out of China just got much worse…

MarketWatch reports China’s state-run press just issued a warning to billionaire trader George Soros: Lay off our currency. Soros is famous for “breaking” the Bank of England in 1992. The U.K. government was suffering 15% inflation at the time. It tried to prop up the pound’s value by pegging it to a rising German Deutschmark. […]

Mark Ford: A most enjoyable, edifying way to spend 90 minutes

From Mark Ford, editor, Creating Wealth: In 1968, television network ABC was down in the ratings. So it invited two public intellectuals to debate one another during the Democratic and Republican national conventions. These men were William F. Buckley Jr. (the conservative) and Gore Vidal (the liberal). Best of Enemies is a fascinating documentary that […]

This bereaved woman lost $51,000 in funeral scams… use this resource to protect yourself

From Bob Irish, editor, Retirement Insider: The funeral for Douglas Devos was lavish… Tranquility Funeral Home and Crematorium billed—and received—$51,186. The bill included: $14,021 for a mausoleum $8,210 for a casket $3,195 for a horse and carriage $2,385 for three 22-passenger limos $1,400 for eight police escorts $795 for embalming for public viewing $480 for […]

Davos’ stark reality: If assets continue like this, there will be a depression

“The only winning move is not to play”… The Wall Street Journal reports the mood out of last week’s World Economic Forum is somber. The annual conference in Davos, Switzerland, boasts some 2,500 attendees. They represent some of the world’s top business, political, and intellectual names. This year’s overriding theme was dire: The world’s central […]