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Are Your Children Financially Literate? By John Jastremski

New Approaches to a Changing Problem.

How bad is financial illiteracy today? So bad that your children may be at risk of making some serious financial mistakes. 832 more words

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Do Our Biases Affect Our Financial Choices? By John Jastremski

Even the most seasoned investors are prone to their influence.

Investors are routinely warned about allowing their emotions to influence their decisions.  They are less routinely cautioned about letting their preconceptions and biases color their financial choices. 954 more words

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Riding Out This Volatile Market. By John Jastremski

A major global selloff unfolds. Is a bottom near?

When will the stock market stabilize? As the last trading week of August began, worried investors wondered just that. 1,013 more words

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What Does the Devalued Yuan Mean for the U.S.? By John Jastremski

A look at China’s unexpected move & its potential impact.

China has surprised global investors by weakening the yuan almost 5%. Its central bank may even weaken it further.1,5… 1,000 more words

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At Last, a Greek Debt Deal. By John Jastremski

A look at the winners, losers & terms.

It looks like Greece will stay in the euro. After eurozone finance ministers pulled an all-nighter, negotiating for 17 hours into early Monday morning, the government of the beleaguered nation accepted the latest bailout terms offered by its creditors. 738 more words

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Getting Financially Fit for Retirement at 50. By John Jastremski

Things for trailing-edge boomers & Gen Xers to consider. 

When you turn 50, retirement starts to seem less abstract. In terms of retirement planning, a 50th birthday can act as a wake-up call. 1,119 more words

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Are You Underprepared for Retirement? By John Jastremski

A university study serves as a wake-up call.

Financially speaking, how many Americans are truly on track to retire? A recently published white paper suggests that about half of us are approaching our “third acts” with faulty assumptions. 806 more words

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