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Weighing your Options Appropriately

Equal Weighting Educational

Posted on by Spencer Seggebruch

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In June, we learned from our experiment that historical return is not a good predictor of future performance and that chasing after returns, year after year, can be detrimental to your account’s value.  If you didn’t get a chance to read it, you can find it here. This month, we’ll…

Spencer’s Blog July: Return Envy

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What should I be invested in?  Should I change my investments?  How much risk am I taking?  How do I know if my investments are diversified?  We all face these questions when saving for retirement. Participants with retirement accounts often find selecting an investment based solely on past performance as…

Prepare For the Unexpected – Emergency Funds

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Emergency Funds are often overlooked in the grand scheme of retirement savings. Most people seem very indifferent about having a large amount of money “doing nothing”.  In all reality that money is doing much more than that – Emergency funds provide peace of mind and insurance against unforeseeable events in the…

American Pharoah: A Stable Investment

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On June 6th, American Pharoah won the Triple Crown in horse racing after clinching victory at the Belmont Stakes.  Only 11 other horses have claimed this honor, and it’s been 37 years since it had last happened. Often people ask why winning the Triple Crown is said to be a…

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