Author: Ashli

Do as I say not as I do! There are two schools of thought on what to do with a large single payment regarding investing. The math clearly states you are better off to invest the lump sum rather than put in money over time. The key is your holding period or how long until

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In 1924 there were no fax machines, email or cell phones.  There also weren’t easy ways for common people to invest their money. This was the Roaring 20’s and people wanted their share of the excitement. The solution was to create three types of investment trusts known as unit investment trusts. All three trusts express

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The majority of mutual funds that are used in retail investment accounts and 401k plans are considered to be open-ended. Simply put, you invest your dollars in a fund with many other investors. The manager of the fund then buys stocks, bonds or both and divides the value of the fund by the number of

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Vicky Mellady is the Firm Administrator at Financial Enhancement Group.  Her beautiful cousin, Kathryn, shared her story of her youngest son. He was diagnosed with Autism at the age of roughly 2 & 1/2 years old, today he’s 19. Here is Kathryn’s story. At that moment I thought my world had ended. What do I do .. how do I handle this ..

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