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Resolutions To Make You Wealthier This Year

Posted by William C. Prewitt on 25 February 2011

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It's that time of year when many of us think about establishing one or more New Year's resolutions. This often means committing to improving one's lifestyle by losing weight, exercising more, or drinking less. Some investors could probably benefit from resolutions targeting their financial health as well. Just as many individuals endanger their well-being with bad habits, numerous investors suffer from ill-advised practices that are detrimental to their wealth. Perhaps a set of New Year's investment resolutions, along with an advisor capable of helping investors adhere to them, will lead to a more prosperous future.

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What's "New" about a New Normal?

Posted by Myles B. Brandt, CFP® on 22 February 2011

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The 2008 global market crisis and the struggling economy have left many investors fatigued. Despite two years of strong equity returns, some investors have been slow to regain market confidence.  Many are accepting the talk about a “new normal” in which stocks offer lower returns in the future.1

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The Financial Pyramid

Posted by Diane H. Blackwelder, CFP® on 14 February 2011

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Robert Brokamp, author of the "Motley Fool Rule Your Retirement" Newsletter, wrote a great article illustrating a Financial Pyramid as a guide to financial well-being.

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