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What is Wealth Management?

Posted on January 24, 2022
Being able to invest your money wisely is one of the biggest keys to financial success in our country. If you’re reading this, you probably already know how to make your money work for you and to grow your wealth. But now that you have a comfortable nest egg, how do you make sure it […]

Seven Tips for Successful Financial Planning

Posted on January 19, 2022
When the new year began, one of your resolutions may have been to get your finances in better shape. It can be easy to get caught up in daily expenses and find yourself living paycheck-to-paycheck each month. Not only is this stressful, but it makes it hard to make a plan for your future. Setting […]

The Fear and Opportunity of Shakeouts

Posted on May 01, 2021
We decided several years ago that when talking with prospective clients, we needed to broach a particular topic.  Simply put, it is this:  Our very best stocks have periods when they fall.  Whether you refer to this as a pullback, a correction, a dip, or a shakeout, it still means the same thing. They go […]

2020 Election and Other Stuff!

Posted on September 24, 2020
September 18, 2020 2020 Election and Other Stuff!     Without fail, there is always a good degree of trepidation as we approach a national election. We suppose this is normal, especially in the days leading up to the event, as the rhetoric between the two candidates becomes ever more confrontational, accusatory, and contentious. It […]

Market Update

Posted on August 24, 2020
Market Update   This short note is just to touch base with you, since the market has been falling with no apparent reason. This comes on the heels of a long and dull 2014, and after a very good 2013. Last month, September 3rd to be exact, we sent out a letter titled, “When the […]

Understanding and Reason – Keep it Simple

Posted on August 24, 2020
Understanding and Reason – Keep it Simple   It was only eight years ago, January of 2002, that twelve European nations exchanged their currency and began to circulate Euro banknotes and coins. The idea was initially adopted in 1999, and three years later 12 nations exchanged their money for Euros. There are now 15 nations […]

It is worth saying again . . .

Posted on August 24, 2020
It is Worth Saying Again . . .   “Markets generally go up when business is bad, deteriorating, or not significantly improving.” While I cannot take credit for this quotation, it is an extremely valuable nugget of wisdom. It came from a long-time friend and client who also happens to be a very bright thinker […]

Dark Clouds and Silver Linings

Posted on August 24, 2020
Dark Clouds and Silver Linings   Every twenty years or so, the stock market goes through a purging much like we are seeing today. It is difficult to predict because the timing of these events is so irregular. The last one was in 1987, and the one previous occurred in 1974. This type of washout […]

January 9th, 2007

Posted on August 24, 2020
January 9th, 2007   When a popular index like the Dow Industrials pushes to new high, a lot of investors appear enormously pleased. Making money in the market seems like a piece of cake. The formula is remarkable simple: buy a few stocks with popular names and hang on to them. Broadcasters like CNBC tend […]
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