Elyse Foster in Barron’s: Older Investors Are Seen as Patient. In Market Downturns, They’re Anything But.
Elyse Foster, CFP® of Harbor Wealth Management in Boulder, CO recently spoke with journalist Neal Templin about older investors reactions to market downturns. August 15, 2020 – Older people have a reputation for being less impulsive. But when it comes to their investments, people at or close to retirement often react more hastily to market…READ MORE >
Elyse Foster, CFP® of Harbor Wealth Management was quoted in an article, The 5 Best Retirement Plans, written by Robert Matthews for GetOutOfDebt.com about retirement plans and how to choose the best one for your needs. Many Americans are unprepared for retirement. About 30% of people ages 55 and over have no retirement savings. Another…READ MORE >
Writing for WealthManagement.com, Samuel Steinberger consulted with several veteran advisors including Elyse Foster, CFP® of Harbor Wealth Management. When three-time Olympic medalist and financial advisor Lauryn Williams opened her Dallas-based firm, Worth Winning LLC, she gave a lot of thought to how she was going to charge clients. Her niche is athletes and young…READ MORE >
By Megan Miller Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have caught the eye of investors and regulators largely because values have soared. They are becoming more popular by the day. Unless you are familiar with cryptocurrencies and their networks, it can be difficult to understand how they work and how the innovative technology of blockchain is involved in…READ MORE >
Writing for U.S. News, Emily Brandon, consulted with several wealth management professionals including Elyse Foster, CFP® of Harbor Wealth Management of Boulder, CO regarding 401(k) Plan automatic enrollment settings. Automatic enrollment tends to lead to low savings rates and one-size-fits-all investments. See the full article here: “Why You Shouldn’t Stick With Your 401(k)…READ MORE >
Inflation can eat away at your savings. This report explains how you can defend against inflation.READ MORE >