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Setting Goals: Part 3

Setting Goals: Part 3

Build Your Investments Around Your Goals It is likely that your goals will be quite different from the examples I have given in my previous blog posts. A blog can’t tell you what your financial goals should be. Whatever your goals are – however conservative or...

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Recent Market Volatility

Recent Market Volatility

After a period of relative calm in the stock market, investors have experienced increased volatility in recent days. While market volatility can create anxiety for some, reacting emotionally and changing long-term investment strategies in response to short-term declines could prove more harmful than helpful.
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Setting Goals: Part 2

Setting Goals: Part 2

This blog post is a continuation of a series on setting goals. Before reading this post, make sure to read Setting Goals: Part 1. Qualify, Quantify, and Be as Specific as Possible If you have a daughter, one of your goals may be to provide funding for her college...

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Setting Goals: Part 1

Setting Goals: Part 1

This article was originally published on dimensionalfundadvisors.com and with permission has been shared on our website. In recent months, investors have had the opportunity to buy shares of ride‑hailing networks Uber and Lyft, workplace productivity services Zoom and...

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How to Prepare for Retirement

How to Prepare for Retirement

Photo by Kyle Glenn on Unsplash Investment opportunities exist all around the globe.    Across more than 40 countries, there are over 15,000 publicly traded companies.[1] If you listen to the news, however, some countries may seem like better places to invest...

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