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Dennis Miller

Over the course of his career, Dennis Miller has consulted with many Fortune 500 companies, training hundreds of executives to effectively communicate the value of their company's products to their customers. Among his many multinational clients are: GE, Mobil, Shell, Schlumberger, HP, IBM, Corning Glass, Eastman Kodak, AC Nielsen, and Johns-Manville. An active international lecturer for 40 years, Dennis wrote several books on sales and sales management. He was a contributor to the American Management Association and is a former US Marine and a member of the Mensa Society. Early in his career, he was an adjunct professor at Northwestern University. In 1995, Dennis undertook a serious study of investing, devoting many hours a day to reading and speaking with investment managers, authors, analysts, and anyone who could broaden his knowledge of investing. Sixteen years later, in a conversation with Casey Research's managing partner David Galland, he suggested that Casey Research was not filling an important role in speaking to baby boomers and retirees about planning and funding retirement. David agreed. Soon after that conversation, Dennis' new book Retirement Reboot was born, as well as his monthly newsletter, Money Forever, and his free journal, Miller's Money Weekly. Working with Casey Research analysts, Dennis advises subscribers on how to prepare a bulletproof retirement portfolio and ensure having their own money forever.

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Investing Inertia Won’t Keep Your Cash Safe

A dear friend asked for help—the sort of help you might need too. She’s retired, lives alone, and has a modest nest egg. But the thought of losing any of her life savings terrifies her. Let’s call my friend “Sally.” Sally doesn’t trust stockbrokers or any commission-based investment advisors, and she confided that all of […]

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Beware of Bankers Bearing Gifts

Childhood cartoons have programmed us to see bankers as evil, greedy businessmen who delight in preying on the poor. Case in point: Snidely Whiplash. Snidely Whiplash and Nell As children we latched onto stories of the evil banker who held the mortgage on poor Nell’s ranch. Somehow a hero, Dudley Do-Right, emerged in the nick […]

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When Pro Players Fritter Away Millions

How is it possible for one man to burn through $400 million and wind up filing for bankruptcy, $27 million in the hole? Boxer Mike Tyson made it happen, and he’s in good company among professional athletes. Yet other professional athletes parlay their sizable earnings into nest eggs that grow and last. Why the two […]

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Are You Sure You Want to Delete This?

As I sat in my office with tears streaming down my cheeks, my wife walked in and asked, “What’s wrong?” After a short sniffle, I blurted out, “I just deleted Dad!” The absurdity of my remark hit us both, and we burst out laughing. Dad had been dead for over two years. Closing out even […]

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The Age of Intervention Continues

One key perk to working alongside investing seers is the opportunity to ask them the big questions. Wondering what lies ahead, I asked Casey Research Chief Economist Bud Conrad and technical analyst Dominick Graziano to share their views on what investors should expect in 2015. These two gentlemen blow me away. Bud can make big-picture […]

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Can a Doublewide Save Your Retirement?

The rumors are true: Florida is full of 55-plus communities with rows of doublewide mobile homes. The nicer ones have amenities like golf courses, swimming pools, clubhouses… you name it. As you’d expect, the living cost is modest. But here’s the part that blows people away: many of the people who live in these communities […]

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The Most Overlooked Threat to Your Buying Power

Decades ago, one of the first things I did when I started looking after our aging parents’ money was move a substantial sum from their checking account to an interest-bearing account. When I asked why they had so much sitting in their checking account, they answered, “You never know. We may want to buy a […]

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Five Financial Keys to Fatherhood, Not Friendship

My oldest grandson, Justin, has cerebral palsy. When he was in middle school, my daughter and her husband invited me to attend a parent-teacher conference. Justin’s teacher told us that one of his classmates had announced to the whole class that, according to his mother, all of the kids would be moved along no matter […]

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The Ideal Year-End Portfolio Fix

Some years back, my wife and I embarked on a cross-country trip in our first motor home. Driving a 40-foot bus was a bit frightening at first. I was poking along in the center lane of I-75 and big tractor-trailers were whizzing past me. The bus came with a Citizens Band radio. I tuned in […]

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Five Rare Birds Sing a Wise Tune

In the spirit of the holidays, I’m sharing a happy truth: many people do, in fact, retire rich. Who are these rare birds and what can they teach us? Rich Retire #1—The Pension Holder. If you have a large pension in 2014, you likely are or were a government employee. Many government workers receive pensions […]

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