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By Gregg S. Fisher, Founder, Head of Research& Portfolio Strategy, Gerstein Fisher Gerstein Fisher has been managing portfolios for institutional and private investors since 1993. In this article, Mr. Fisher looks at the evidence that inflation is on the...
By Karen Bromberg Introduction Back in January, I wrote a blog post titled “Five Rights Overwhelmed Caregivers Have (But May Not Realize).” In it, I spoke to those feelings we, overwhelmed caregivers, may have but often don’t speak about. I also gave...
by Karen Bromberg Introduction Answer a question – Do you assume your caregiving ends when your care recipient either is no longer here or is being cared for by others? As most of you know, my parents passed in late 2016; my mother in early November and...
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On October 29, 2012, my mother and father (ages 89 and 90 respectively), were displaced from their home, courtesy of Hurricane Sandy.
Not only did floodwaters fill the basement (so much so that initially, we couldn’t open the basement door), there was enough water on the first floor to warp the parquet floors. (READ MORE)