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What Investors’ Big Cash Stash Could Mean For The Markets

You’ve undoubtedly noticed that markets have been topping new highs recently. Yet, no one knows for sure whether even higher peaks are ahead, or a pullback is looming. Our clients know we don’t try to time the market. The broad lines of every client’s strategy is set to meet long-term goals, and we urge clients […]

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Did You Know Real Estate Funds Get This Powerful Tax Break?

This tax loophole really slipped under the radar, so don’t feel bad if you missed it. Earlier this year, the IRS clarified the rules for a special tax break available to investors in real estate under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Here’s the good part. You don’t have to own an entire […]

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Quote Of The Week: The Problem With Commissions

Our clients know that we work on a fee-only basis. That means we do not accept commissions for recommending, buying or selling investments and we work only for you, our client. That independence allows us to always deliver to you our expert, objective and unbiased advice. Of course, not every investment professional can say that. […]

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What Your Grandma Can Teach Millennials About Investing

When it comes to investing, your Grandma can teach millennials a thing or two. Most grandmas get it. They understand stocks and other growth investments in their portfolio help them keep up with inflation. It’s the millennials who need to learn to walk on the wild side. What’s the problem? When you’re a young investor, time is […]

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5-Minute Fix: Are You Saving Enough to Meet Your Goals?

No time to spare?  Don’t worry.  The “5-Minute Fix” shows you how to have a big impact in your financial life with just a little time. Okay.  So you are putting away a little bit of money every paycheck into your 401(k).  Or maybe you contribute to your Roth IRA.  But how do you know if it’s enough? […]

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Start Saving Early … Or It May Cost You

You probably already know that one of the keys to successful financial planning is to “start early.” There’s a good reason for that.  If you start saving in your 20s or 30s, and let your money compound over time, you don’t need to save that much.  However, if you delay until you are in your 40s or […]

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Buying High, Selling Low

Are you convinced that the secret to successful investing is buying when the market is on the way up, then selling in time to avoid a pullback?  If that is indeed the secret to success, then it’s such a well kept secret that virtually no one knows how to do it. In fact, most people manage […]

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Inside the S&P 500: Secrets of 2011 Performance

The U.S. stock market was one of the best performing developed markets in 2011, yet the S&P 500 managed to turn in only a +2.07% performance with dividends included. But here’s something you may not know.  Research by investment manager Manning & Napier shows that performance within the S&P 500 companies was extremely uneven in 2011.  […]

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