Ross Levin

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Ross Levin is founding principal and president of Accredited Investors Inc., Edina, a fee-only wealth management firm. His Gains and Losses column runs on the fourth Sunday of the month. A compilation of these columns can be found in his book, "Spend Your Life Wisely." Send emails to Ross@accredited.com

Recent content from Ross Levin

Even in bad times, you still can contribute

 Caring and giving to community can help ease financial worries.

Updated: November 29, 2008, - 03:31 PM

Ross Levin: Reflections on the riches we leave behind

While markets give and take wealth, only individuals can place the true value on their lives.

Updated: November 22, 2008, - 03:17 PM

Snap decisions can cripple a portfolio

When balancing fear and greed, rational and irrational decisionmaking is to be expected ... and planned for.

Updated: September 27, 2008, - 09:07 PM

The Minnesota Investor: In investing, as in life, it pays to listen

Sometimes, people only hear what they want to hear, or they don't listen at all. That often can lead to missed opportunities.

Updated: August 30, 2008, - 04:37 PM

Think like an Olympian to reach goals

To win a gold medal in financial planning, use an athlete's SMART plan.

Updated: August 23, 2008, - 03:48 PM

The Minnesota Investor: Advice on navigating rough waters

Sometimes, when it feels as though you're drowning in an economy in turmoil and grasping for a nonexistent lifeline, consider standing up and walking to shore.

Updated: July 26, 2008, - 04:45 PM

Want everything? You'll always fail

No matter how productive we are, a feeling of satisfaction is an impossibility so long as we keep chasing more possessions.

Updated: June 28, 2008, - 08:53 PM

The Minnesota Investor: 'Timing' the market seldom works

Don't confuse cause and effect or profitable investment calls with wisdom. Randomness could be the explanation.

Updated: June 21, 2008, - 09:03 PM

Minnesota investor: Making life's grade is its own reward

Reaching your goals takes hard work and commitment, but in the end, it's worth it.

Updated: May 24, 2008, - 04:52 PM

Aiding children can test wisdom

Financial help to offspring involves weighing a sense of obligation against potential pitfalls and ability to provide help. Emotions, above all, can cloud good judgment.

Updated: April 26, 2008, - 08:50 PM

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