Adventures in Financial Analysis

My continuing journey into the world of finance.

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News From the Frontlines

The 28th of January marked the end of another major training event here at the Joint Multi-national Readiness Center (JMRC). Here is a video if you want to see what Allied Spirit (the name of said major training event) was all… Continue Reading →

Let the Fun Begin!

So, my Equity Analysis class started on the 5th of January. In true Adventures in Financial Analysis fashion, I have a major field training exercise beginning on the 12th of January. So I will spend the next few weeks, living in… Continue Reading →

Battle Royale – Survivor Benefit Plan vs. Term-Life Insurance

When you transition from the military, after 20+ years of service (there are a few exceptions which I will ignore for the sake of brevity), you are entitled to a pension. I have previously blogged about the value of military pensions,… Continue Reading →

Military Pensions Revisited……. Again

I read an article last night in Military Times, about how they are looking at ways to “tweak” the military pension system to save the Pentagon some money. I would like to see how this newly proposed system stacks up value-wise to the traditional… Continue Reading →

AWOL

It has been almost a month since I have done anything related to finance. It is not my intent to go so long in between marching toward my goals, but sometimes the Army has other plans. I have been working intimately with… Continue Reading →

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