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Most Important Concept In Wealth Management

Most investors miss the most important concept in wealth management because they are laser focused on returns as the primary benchmark of success. This propensity to chase returns is magnified during periods when markets are shooting the lights out, as … Continue reading

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A Financial Snapshot of the Average American

Averages are a funny thing. I remember a teacher’s example: A guy had his head in the oven and his feet in the refrigerator. When asked how he felt, he said, “On average, pretty good.” Averages can be an odd … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life Of A Financial Analyst

Among the more rigorous yet rewarding career options in the financial services industry is that of a financial analyst. But what, exactly, does a financial analyst do on a daily basis? The answer to that question is largely dependent upon … Continue reading

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Reduce Investment Risks on Your Journey to Financial Freedom

Think you are a conservative investor? Think again. When I talk to friends about financial freedom, they often tell me that I take too many risks and that they are more conservative when it comes to investing. But a conservative … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life Of A Financial Analyst

Among the more rigorous yet rewarding career options in the financial services industry is that of a financial analyst. But what, exactly, does a financial analyst do on a daily basis? The answer to that question is largely dependent upon … Continue reading

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