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Be Prepared for Short Term Volatility

Heading into the Presidential election next week, we expect to see some short-term volatility in the markets. That's OKAY. In this episode, Tom explains why short-term market moves are NOT a reason to rip up the script with your investments. This is not a time to...

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4 Surprises in Retirement

Retirement is a big chapter in your life and is the reward for a lifetime of hard work. What do you plan on doing during your retirement?  If you’re here at the Jersey Shore it could mean more time at the beach.  For a lot of folks, it means more time to travel the...

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Watch What They Do, Not What They Say

If you're going to pay attention to pundits on TV, be sure to pay attention to what they're actually DOING with their own money.  In this week's podcast, the guys talk about how professional investors are a large part of the group speculating on hot stocks like Zoom...

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The Lesson in 2020 From Black Monday 1987

It's been 33 years since the stock market crash (aka Black Monday) in October of 1987.  33 years could be how long your retirement lasts.  In this week's video, Tom takes a few lessons away from 1987 and applies it to what we're going through here in 2020. ? Show...

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7 Steps to Financial Success

Creating success in life, both financial and personal, is no stroke of luck.  We constantly talk about the process behind successful financial planning, and it can really apply to any aspect of life.  Whether you’re saving for retirement, working through a financial...

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If You’re in a Hole, Stop Digging!

If you're in a hole, stop digging! In this week's video, Tom talks about debt. In 2017, 33% of college students graduated with $10,000 in credit card debt. Digging yourself a hole of debt that early in life makes it even tougher to build a strong financial base. ?...

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Volatility is a Feature, Not a Bug

In Ep. 327 of the podcast, Brendan, Tom, and Tim discuss market volatility.  Whether it's a pandemic, an election, the Fed, trade disputes, earnings reports, or anything else - volatility is a PERMANENT part of the market.  It's what you sign up for when you invest in...

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