January 8, 2016

2015 was a year of ups and downs for many financial markets around the globe with volatility spurred on by fears of default in emerging markets, a major decline in oil prices, lower economic growth in China, and the highly publicized rise in the federal funds rate in the United States.  Throughout the year we offered our insights on many...

July 3, 2015


The Good

The good news is that countries have defaulted before. Since the 1500s up until now, Spain has defaulted 13 times. Following World War II, a total of 17 countries defaulted on over $10bn in debt to the U.S. Sovereign nations defaulting on their debt is nothing new. In fact, Kenneth Rogoff, the leading expert on sovereign debt an...

April 24, 2015

It has become increasingly more difficult to keep track of where Greece and Germany stand in regards to agreeing on how to deal with Greece’s disaster of an economy. While the outcome remains uncertain, a good recap seems appropriate in understanding how this whole mess came about and what the implications of a fall out might be.

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At Cedarstone we are proud to say we wrote the book on how to retire from Southern California Edison. That's because we value relationships with our retired Edison clients and with clients who still work there. Whether you are just starting with the company or have worked at Edison for 30 years, this book is for you. Written by expert advisors specifically for Southern California Edison employees, our guide will walk you through what it takes to successfully retire from Southern California Edison.