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The Uncertainty Paradox – Volatility in the Market

By: Laura Chiesman

“Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is an absurd one.”—Voltaire. Consider this concept through the lens of stock vs. bond investments. Stocks have higher expected returns than bonds largely because there is more uncertainty about the future state of the world for equity investors than bond investors

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Context is the Key

By: Tom Kirk

What if I told you that all of these apparently contradicting financial strategies are true? That’s right … all true! No wonder it is so hard to make confident decisions about what you should do to create the financial future you have in mind.

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Is there a new Mom in your life?

By: Laura Chiesman

As you prepare for life with your new child, there is so much to think about – baby names, mom and baby’s health, the latest in feeding and vaccinations, and picking and choosing from the endless supply of “must have” baby items.

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Connecting Money Multipliers

By: Tom Kirk

I have recently written about three powerful money multiplying principles: The Five Stages of Financial Life; exponential vs. linear growth of money; and avoiding the two biggest mistakes, concentrated investing and market timing. This blog post connects these principles in a dynamic way.

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