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Earning Dividends Is Not The Only Way To Grow Income

Earning Dividends Is Not The Only Way To Grow Income

Earning dividends aren’t the only way a stock investor can generate income. Investors often see earning dividends as a way to grow income. But dividend strategies are not the only way to produce cash,

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10 Things To Do Right Now While Markets Are Tanking

10 Things To Do Right Now While Markets Are Tanking

Not long ago, some investors had yet to experience what it was like to weather turbulent markets. Even those who had, might have forgotten how scary it can be. This concerned us. So, to help people practice

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You, The Coronavirus Crisis and Your Investments

You, The Coronavirus Crisis and Your Investments

The coronavirus has grabbed global headlines. As news has spread, so too has financial uncertainty. What’s going to happen next? Will it further infect our domestic or global economies? In case it does,

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Why Hire an Independent Advisor To Further Your Financial Interests?

Why Hire an Independent Advisor To Further Your Financial Interests?

From books to blogs, from media mavens to marketeers, from pundits to pros … there’s never a lack of talking heads telling you how to make the most of your money. Why hire an independent advisor to

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The SECURE Act - What it Means for You and Your Retirement

The SECURE Act – What it Means for You and Your Retirement

The SECURE Act – Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act – provides a mixed bag of incentives and obligations for retirement savers and service providers alike. Its intent

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Playing the Prediction Game - Hindsight Is 20/20. Foresight Isn’t.

Playing the Prediction Game – Hindsight Is 20/20. Foresight Isn’t.

Downplay the prediction game! Rather than basing investment decisions on predictions of which way debt or equity markets are headed, a wiser strategy may be to hold a range of investments that focus on

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Why “Safe Harbors” Can Be Risky Business And How You Can Mitigate

Whenever investors are spooked by turbulent times, dollars tend to flow out of the stock market, and into “safe harbors” investments such as bonds, bond funds, CDs, money markets, or even cash. As

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What Happens When You Fail at Market Timing

What Happens When You Fail at Market Timing

The impact of missing just a few of the market’s best days can be profound. There’s no proven way to time the market—targeting the best days or moving to the sidelines to avoid the worst. History

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What is the Purpose of Indexes and Index Funds? (Part IV)

What is the Purpose of Indexes and Index Funds? (Part IV)

Compared to actively managed funds that seek to “beat” the market by engaging in now-outdated speculative strategies, a more solid solution for sensibly capturing available market returns is offered

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Financial Planning for Women: The Best Tips for Success

Financial Planning for Women: The Best Tips for Success

You might be suprised to learn that when it comes to the big earners — those earning more than $1 million a year — women now take the cake over men. Also, the millionaire club is getting a

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