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The Cost of Volatility & Lessons from 2008

The Cost of Volatility & Lessons from 2008

Today’s headlines scream bad news about big volatility in the stock market. We all love upward volatility, but downward volatility triggers fear and worry. However, volatility (both directions) is a completely expected part of investing. In fact, tolerating volatility...

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Reflections on the Downturn

Reflections on the Downturn

Let’s imagine for a moment that on your daily walk to work, your normal route takes you past a pawn shop that is known to display expensive jewelry.  Over the past couple of days, you’ve noticed that the jewelry on display has been marked down—for reasons that you...

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2021 Fourth Quarter in Review

2021 Fourth Quarter in Review

        THE QUARTER IN BRIEF The stock market kicked off the fourth quarter with a powerful rally in October and added to those gains into November until investors were blindsided by news of the emergence of a new COVID-19 variant and testimony by...

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Powell News Kicks Off Volatile Season?

Powell News Kicks Off Volatile Season?

Provided by LongView Wealth Management   The holiday season is often a quiet, positive time for the financial markets. The phrase “Santa Claus Rally” was coined in the early 1970s to reflect the stock market’s upward bias during the November-January stretch.1 But...

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End-of-the-Year Money Moves

End-of-the-Year Money Moves

End-of-the-Year Money MovesHere are some things you might consider before saying goodbye to 2021.  Presented by LongView Wealth Management What has changed for you in 2021? For some, 2021 has been a year of complicated changes. Did you start a new job or leave a job...

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Wedding To-Do List

Wedding To-Do List

        By: Sam Wishneff, CFP® Last year I made the most important decision of my life when I asked my best friend, Lauren, to marry me.  After she (happily for me) said “Yes,” we realized we had some decisions to make. While we had been dating for...

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