Read Doug’s articles originally printed in The Jerusalem Post.

Is it Hard Not to Worry About Your Stocks?
worry about your stocks

Are you finding it hard not to worry about your stocks? Even experienced investors tremble when the market goes crazy. Here’s what you can do now to minimize your worries:
Ignore the news.
Avoid the “hot” tips that you hear from friends or read about on the internet…. Read more

How to Discuss Money Matters With Your Parents
discuss money

Do your aging parents find it easy to discuss money and their personal finances with you?
Many older people don’t like talking about anything financial because they were raised to believe that personal finance is too private to discuss with anyone – even with their own children. Some folks are sensitive about money because of emotional baggage associated with their past…. Read more

Here’s a Quick Way to Invest in the Stock Market
Invest in the Stock Market

Here’s a story that’s supposed to illustrate a quick way to invest in the stock market and make a lot of money:
They say that legendary investor Peter Lynch, who ran one of the biggest mutual funds of all time, discovered L’eggs, not from his market research, but rather from his wife…. Read more

The Investment Tool You Need to Invest Your Money Like the Pros
investment tools

“What investment tool I can use to make money like the rich people?” a new client asked me. I could see he wasn’t looking for an in-depth financial education about how to identify great stocks. He just wanted a simple system he could easily follow to increase his chances of making money…. Read more

What You Need to Know about Moving Money
move money

Moving money from one financial institution to another, or from one country to another, is not as easy as it sounds.
Even though the money may be legitimately yours, financial institutions can make you jump through hoops in order to gain access to it.
Moving money in and out of accounts can look suspicious,… Read more

How to Avoid Inheritance Anxiety
Inheritance Anxiety

One of the most common side effects of receiving an inheritance is anxiety. This can be caused by the desire to honor the memory or wishes of the deceased or fear of making a financial mistake. It should be comforting to have more money, but sometimes the cash infusion only increases financial worries…. Read more