MAPPING YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE: It’s Never Too Late to Save for College

Our webcast, led by Tony Muhlenkamp, takes a fresh look at an old topic: how do we save for college? Given the past few months, should we change the way we plan and save for our children’s education? Watch the webcast to hear our ideas on planning for your financial future.
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Reflecting over 40 Years—Lessons Learned and Changes Observed

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Muhlenkamp and Company in 2017, Ron shared his insights on human behavior, instant communications,...
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Muhlenkamp Memorandum Issue #132

Ron and Jeff share what they see going on economically, financially, and politically in their Quarterly Letter. Their topics include: U.S. trade negotiations with China, Brexit and the markets, a German recession, an inverted yield curve, low inflation, and slowing industrial growth. Tony shares his ideas about money in terms of good and evil in his article, "Letter to My Daughters: On Money." Read our Memo to see if he thinks money is the root of all evil, or good for the soul?
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Some Things I Would Have Liked To Have Known Sooner

Here is a collection of items published by Ronald H. Muhlenkamp, including: • “Reading List For Life And Investment Fundamentals 101” • “Basic Financial Maxims I Want My Kids to Know” • “Muhlenkamp’s Musings on Economics” • “Employment Costs” • “U.S. Personal Consumption Expenditures” • “Reflecting over 40 Years—Lessons Learned and Changes Observed
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Muhlenkamp Memorandum Issue #124

This edition of the Muhlenkamp Memorandum includes the Quarterly Letter from our portfolio managers. In addition, Ron Muhlenkamp reflects over 40 years of lessons learned and changes observed. He shares his insights on human behavior, instant communications, and the free market. How does it all tie together? Read the Memorandum to find out.
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Cash Flow Statement

A personal cash flow statement is a spreadsheet you can use to see where you spend your income over a period of time. This cash flow statement is set up so you can use it to estimate your monthly inflows and outflows, document the actual amounts, and plan your spending for next month.
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Balance Sheet

A balance sheet is a spreadsheet used to find your net worth at a specific point in time. You subtract your total liabilities from your total assets. If you calculate your net worth on a periodic basis, you can determine whether your total assets are growing or shrinking. To increase your net worth, you must shrink your debt (liabilities) and grow your assets.
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The Financial Aspects of Shale Gas for the Landowner

This essay was originally published in 2013. Ron addresses how drilling companies secure the right to bring natural gas to...
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Taxes: Choose Your Poison

In 2000, Steve Forbes was campaigning to be the Republican candidate for president. One of his campaign promises was to...
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Why I Like the Flat Tax

The first reason I favor a flat tax is because I just did my taxes. Despite my being fairly knowledgeable...
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