Monthly Archives: May 2022

A Chat About Alternative Bonds with Zach Horn, MBA, CFP®, CMFC®

As you approach retirement, bonds are likely to become a more significant part of your asset allocation. Typically, bonds, traditional or alternative,  are a more stable way to generate cash flow to replace the paycheck that is lost moving into retirement. 

In this episode, Zach Horn, MBA, CFP, CMFC®, discusses why alternative bonds are a rising trend in the current environment of rapidly rising interest rates. He references specific examples of alternative bonds to help diversify your portfolio.

Zach also shares:

  • A definition of what bonds are
  • What an alternative bond is 
  • The benefits of alternative bonds
  • And more

Connect With Zach Horn:


A Conversation About Rebalancing Your Portfolio with Ryan English, CFA, CPA, CFP®, and Nicholas Roth, CFP®

Balance is a tricky thing. Something that is balanced today may not maintain its balance; take investment portfolios, for example. When Foster & Motley begins working with a client, they balance their portfolio based on several targets, but over time rebalancing is necessary to maintain those targets.

In this episode, Ryan English, CFA, CPA, CFP®, and Nicholas Roth, CFP® explain their hands-on approach to rebalancing, and the importance of rebalancing across a household of accounts rather than individual accounts.

Ryan and Nick also talk about:

  • Two types of rebalances
  • The importance of rebalancing accounts
  • Why you don’t want one asset class to grow too big
  • And more


Connect With Ryan English and Nicholas Roth:


A Chat About Health Savings Accounts with Zach Binzer, CFP®

Your health savings account may be more important and more flexible than you realize. While it was created to help people set aside funds for health care costs, the value doesn’t stop there. 

In this episode, Zach Binzer, CFP®, explains how you can maximize the value of your HSA and why it’s reasonable for some to consider it a retirement asset.

Zach also talks about:

  • The origin of HSAs
  • The triple tax benefit of contributing to an HSA
  • And more

Connect With Zach Binzer: