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  • Wealth Workshop

    We'll cover more practical money matters that impact everyone, but rest assured we'll still reserve plenty of time to cover the stock market. We will discuss various topics like:

    • Wills, Trusts, Life Insurance, 529 and Coverdell College Saving Plans
    • IRA, 401k, Brokerage Accounts, Annuities
    • Social Security, Retirement, Pension Income, Other Income
    • Riskalyze, the software that helps identify your risk tolerance
    • How to position Aggressive and Conservative portfolios

    Hope you can join us!

    November 12  



  • Wealth Workshop

    November 12  

    6:30 PM - 

    7:30 PM 

Meet with Steve Peasley

Get a no cost expert opinion by exploring your retirement options.

  • San Ramon, CA

    November 19  

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Market Commentary

  • Nov. 24 2014

    Experts are Always Wrong

    Professional stock market pundits, market timers, economists, traders, and any other prognosticators have over the years proved themselves very wrong. Any reliance on them is a fool’s game. Yes, … read more »

  • Nov. 21 2014

    Economic Holiday Cheer

    This week U.S. economic numbers still show slight strengthening of our economy.  Industrial production fell .1% and capacity utilization fell from 79.2 to 78.9. Housing starts were a little down … read more »

  • Nov. 19 2014

    Employment Outlook

    Tags: Jobs

    A sign of a healthy or at least improving job market is the growth in numbers of workers that are quitting their jobs. In the early 2000s the rate of people quitting was a little over 2% and today it … read more »