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The “Power of Common Knowledge” is a good place to start, not an end

It’s an old investing adage: “Buy what you know.”

But that advice has real downsides if you don’t apply it properly. Investing icon Warren Buffett and legendary portfolio fund manager Peter Lynch both advocate that investors p...

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Because every generation believes that younger generations have it easier

Older generations are always quick to suggest that younger generations are lazier, more spoiled and have an easier time at just about everything.

Baby Boomers are quick to proclaim that Generation X, or Millennials or Gen...

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Too many people just don’t have it, but your financial advisor can help

April is National Financial Literacy Month – an entire month dedicated to underscoring the importance of learning, establishing and maintaining healthy financial habits.

But ask yourself this: what have you learned about any...

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The higher risk of not having sufficient money in her retirement is real

Women are more vulnerable to financial insecurity because they typically live longer, have more breaks in their employment and earn less.

Making the right financial decisions is therefore crucial for all women, from Social...

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Stocks Turn in Best Quarter in 10 Years

Global markets ended the first quarter of 2019 with very positive returns and domestically, the DJIA, S&P 500, Russell 2000 and NASDAQ all rewarded investors with double digit gains. The S&P 500 recorded its strongest quarterly performance in a decade, risin...

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You should expect gains and losses in every asset class you own

The turmoil witnessed by investors in Boeing in mid-March 2019 sadly demonstrated the benefits of diversifying your assets.

Boeing’s stock price dropped over 10% in two days and then sharply again after President Trump ordered the...

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