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Could You Or Someone You Know Be A Victim Of Elder Abuse?

Protect Yourself Or Your Loved One Today 

Financial crimes against the elderly are nothing new.  Older people are often targeted by children, close family, friends and scam artists of various types. 881 more words

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7 Reasons Why The Economy Still Stinks

These are interesting times. While the stock market has been notching new highs, market bulls have had little reason to hold back. In parallel, a lot of investors are fretting about what to buy because many solid stocks are at or near all-time highs. 890 more words

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More Signs the Market May Be Overheating

The stock market’s having quite the rally and the bullishness is nicely underscored by the S&P 500 index having hit new all-time highs 33 times since the beginning of 2014.  1,163 more words

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Why "Boring" Is Your Best Investment Strategy

As a financial advisor, at parties and social events, I am constantly regaled by stories of what the famous investor, Peter Lynch used to call “ten-baggers” which are stocks that increase 10 times the original investment.  950 more words

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Why Smart Millennials Are Making Dumb Investors

In my last article, I spoke about opposing outlooks on whether the market was over-valued and due for a correction or fairly-valued and expected to continue higher. 1,033 more words

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love the Stock Market

The most common questions I hear from clients these days are, “Isn’t the stock market ridiculously overvalued?” or “Are we going to have another crash?” 1,096 more words

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The Secret Sadness of Retired Men

With the  unfortunate passing of Robin Williams and all that has been written about his struggle with depression, I began to think about my own practice and the men I speak with who seem to experience their own journey of sadness and depression as they enter into retirement. 989 more words

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