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Extreme Volatility Returns: October 2018

October was a difficult month for investors.  Both stocks and bonds declined during the month.  We also saw a return of extreme volatility in October.  Join us as we discuss how the investment markets performed last month. Extreme volatility returned in October after a read...
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Podcast: Preventing Elder Financial Abuse

Elder financial abuse is a growing problem in America.  There are some steps you can take to prevent people from taking advantage of you.  In this episode of Your Money: One on One we talk about some of the things you can do to protest yourself. Our guest is Jonathan De read...
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3rd Quarter Investment Market Update

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Your Money: One on One – Ep 1: Elder Financial Abuse

  We face many financial risks in retirement. One of those which is often overlooked is being taken advantage of by someone else. Elder financial abuse is a growing problem in the United States. Seniors lose an estimated $36.5 Billion every year to fraud.   Our gue read...
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