Is the Worst Yet to Come for the Stock Market?

In this video I compare the tech bubble of 2001-02 and the financial crisis in 2008 with today’s COVID-19 market crash. By reviewing the S&P 500 and the U.S. 10-year Treasury, I give you some insight as to what may happen in the United States investment markets.

How to Create Wealth Using Dollar-Cost Averaging

This video explains how dollar-cost averaging works in your investments.

Macro Economic Update: Volume 1, Issue 4

Sector Update

Macro Economic Update: Volume 1, Issue 3

IntroductionThe following is a brief, hopefully easy to understand, explanation of where we feel global markets presently stand. 

Mid-October Global Macro Economic Update

 

October Macro Economic Update

IntroductionThe following is a brief, hopefully easy to understand, explanation of where global markets presently stand. You will also find what we are doing within our clients' portfolios to help create security for our clients and help keep them on track to achieve their goals. 

Why Passive Investing Scares Me...Especially Now

Fact: 50% of every invested dollar today is placed in index funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs)

401(k) Loans: What You Can't Afford to Overlook

Sometimes life throws you a curveball, and you find yourself in a financial jam that requires some quick cash. Taking a loan from your 401(k) plan sounds like an easy solution. After all, you’ll be borrowing from your own retirement account and paying yourself back with interest. Sounds reasonable enough, right? Not always.

10 Common Retirement Mistakes

In a sense, you have been planning for your retirement ever since you started working. Maybe you’ve been contributing to a 401(k) plan, or maybe you’ve been socking away money in an IRA, but without a doubt, you’ve been looking forward to your golden years. And I want you to enjoy those years without worrying about having to take out a reverse mortgage on your house.

If They Could Turn Back Time...

It’s an age-old question that most people can’t resist daydreaming about. If you could turn back time, what would you have done differently? Some people might have chosen to invest more in relationships. Others may have taken more—or fewer—risks. Many would have devoted more time to having fun.

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