The Current Market Decline in Context

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Right when we began to think markets only move upwards, the pendulum reverses. Unless your personal goals have changed, stay the course according to your personal plan. It never hurts to repeat this steadfast advice during periodic market downturns. We understand that thinking about scary markets isn’t the same as experiencing them. Fear is a completely normal response when something like this happens. Acting on those emotions, though, can end up ...

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Nine Experts, Four Surprises, and One Million Dollar Bet

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Weston Wellington

Vice President   

Dimensional Fund Advisors

 

January 2018

DOWN TO THE WIRE

In 2017, we were again reminded of the importance of following an investment approach based on discipline and diversification vs. prediction and timing. As we gear up for the new year, we can look at several examples during 2017 that provide perspective on what guidance investors may want to ...

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Post Election Day Thoughts

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election-2016After last night’s “media surprise” whether you’re feeling elated, deflated or mostly just jaded about the Election we wanted to reach out to you with a few thoughts related to the “What’s next?”. To say the least, there are more than enough political analyses available from even a single Google search, so we won’t enter into that fray ourselves.

With respect to your investments, here’s a quick ...

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Election: 70 Days and Counting – Presidents, Politics and Your Portfolio

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election option Last week I visited Gettysburg and toured the battlefields which represent the turning point of the civil war and reaffirmed the principles of which the United States is built. Over 150 years later those fields still speak as loudly as they did when Abraham Lincoln memorably spoke about a “new birth of freedom” for America in the Gettysburg Address. While this year’s ...

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Parenting Your Wealth in Uncertain Times

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In the face of political drama at home and violence abroad, it’s certainly been a summer for trying our patience, hasn’t it? For anyone who has ever been a parent or a child – that is, for everyone – there are several comparisons we can draw between good parenting and good wealth management. For both, plenty of patience is one of the most important qualities to embrace.

Patience Is Your Greatest Strength

As an ...

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Brexit Fears and the Capital Markets

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As a kid in school we learned the “sun never sets on the British empire”; fast forward this coming week we await a Brexit vote for secession from the European Union (EU). The opinion polls show a slight edge to the British exit while the bookies favor continued membership. While no one knows how the vote will turn out one of our ...

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