Paul Merriman is a nationally recognized authority on mutual funds, index investing and asset allocation. He founded a Seattle-based investment advisory firm in 1983, but is now retired and devoted to educating investors, through weekly articles on Marketwatch.com. In 2013 Merriman created The Merriman Financial Education Foundation, dedicated to providing comprehensive financial education to investors, with information and tools to make informed decisions in their best interest.
Paul is also author of several books on personal investing. Over the years he has led more than 1,000 investor workshops, hosted a weekly radio program and has been featured guest on local, regional and national television shows.
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Nationally recognized investing expert Paul Merriman makes the case that owning just two funds for life is a “home-run” investing strategy for some investors. Plus, Joe and Big Al answer your money questions: how should teachers, and others without Social Security or pension, save for retirement? How do you record flexible spending account contributions on your taxes? […]
Investing authority Paul Merriman explains how to turn $3,000 into $50 million and talks to Joe and Big Al about value vs. growth companies, market timing, choosing the right mix of stocks, bonds and other investments, and which stocks don’t beat even Treasuries in the long term. Plus, The 10 Best – and Worst – […]