As an investor, you’re well aware that, over the short term, the financial markets always move up and down. During your working years, you may feel that you have time to overcome this volatility. And you’d be basing these feelings on actual evidence: the longer the investment period, the greater the tendency of the markets to “smooth out” their performance. But what happens when you retire? Won’t you be more susceptible to market movements?
Advancements to the private-aircraft industry come slowly, so when Western Skyways got FAA approval for its Pegasus Turbo-normalizing process last month, it came with great anticipation and fanfare.
If you have school-age children, you might greet the arrival of June with some relief — for at least a few months, you don’t have to worry about “encouraging” kids to do their homework, study for tests, give you their permission slips for field trips, and so on. But one day, these obligations will give way to a substantially bigger one — paying for college. If you’ve already begun preparing for that day with a tax-advantaged college-savings vehicle, such as a 529 plan, you’re taking a positive step, because higher education is expensive. But it’s not enough to just set up your 529 plan — you may also need to adjust it over time.
Montrose High School basketball player Holly Brooks gets into the action during a tournament Friday at Montrose High School that attracted teams from around the region. Varsity and junior-varsity tournaments continue today at the school
Montrose High School basketball player Aspen Jensen gets into the action during a tournament Friday at Montrose High School that attracted teams from around the region. Varsity and junior-varsity tournaments continue today at the school.
Olathe head coach Paul Althaus talks to his squad before taking on Montrose Friday afternoon in summer basketball action.
Sandy Head, director of Montrose Economic Development Corp., addresses those gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony May 11 at MTJ FBO Partners. The county’s recent decision to take deed-restricted property on-airport for the FBO’s benefit has sparked a legal challenge.
Montrose Regional Airport Director of Aviation Lloyd Arnold reviews plans in an airport office for a new fixed-base operator after it received approval from Montrose County in early 2014.
A plane awaits its pilot and passengers at Black Canyon Jet Center. The fixed-base operator at Montrose Regional Airport is challenging recent actions undertaken by the county with respect to the second fixed-base operator, MTJ FBO Partners.
Marshall Collins is running uncontested for re-election to the Delta-Montrose Electric Association board of directors.
Bill Patterson is running uncontested for re-election to the Delta-Montrose Electric Association board of directors
Currently, the U.S. dollar is pumped-up and powerful. But what does a strong dollar mean to you, as an investor?