Posts Tagged ‘investing’

Pandemic Graduates: Help Them Manage Finances

It is never easy trying to secure your first “real job” right out of college. There’s the age-old Catch-22: How do you get a job with no experience; how do you get experience when no one will give you a job? In the past, young adults could bide their time by taking temp or seasonal…

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The 4-Step Plan for Advisors When Markets Turn Volatile

Nervousness around COVID-19 and its implications for the global economy, a price war over oil between Saudi Arabia and Russia and an “emergency” half-point rate cut by the Federal Reserve all combined to form the perfect storm for investors in early March. Markets came off their record highs from February to take our portfolios –…

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Is Risk Lurking in Your Portfolio?

“Ya gotta spend money to make money.” “The greater the risk, the greater the reward.” “No pain, no gain.” No matter where we look or what we read, we are reminded that growth always requires some level of risk. It’s especially true when it comes to growing our money; we know that investing is an…

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Diversification Key to Disciplined Investing

Remember the story of Chicken Little? (Or Chicken Licken or Henny Penny, depending on where you live.) An acorn drops on his head, leading Chicken Little to believe the sky is falling. He proceeds to whip everyone around him into a frenzy, and they march off to tell the king about the falling sky. The…

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