Understanding shares is important when investing

May 4, 2016
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Let’s face it, when it comes to financial lingo many investors are confused when conversing with their advisor. If you cannot understand the lingo there is no way you will be able to implement what […]

Weekend Edition: Stay informed with your money 11/07/15

November 7, 2015
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It’s time to catch up with this week’s news edition that caught our attention. The week’s news topics covered retirement, traveling and politics. However, it was Ben Carson’s donations from supporters after a week of biased […]

Simple ways to master your money

January 31, 2014
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Americans young and old are failing the money management test. Instead of allowing your money to dictate where you live, what you purchase and your quality of lifestyle, it’s time to control your currency. Without a stable relationship you won’t be able to master your money. […]

Simple ways to master your money

January 31, 2014
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Americans young and old are failing the money management test. Instead of allowing your money to dictate where you live, what you purchase and your quality of lifestyle, it’s time to control your currency. Without a stable relationship you won’t be able to master your money. […]

Stocks start the year in the red

January 2, 2014
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When investors are unsure they hold back the dollars. When dollars are held back so is consumer spending and investing, hence, a down {red} market. […]

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