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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

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    November 19  

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Market Commentary

  • Oct. 24 2014

    A Little Good News on the EU

    Tags: EU

    In recent weeks and months there has been a stark lack of good news coming from Europe as most of the EU falls into recession. Russians actions appear to be taking a small bite out of the economic … read more »

  • Oct. 22 2014

    Head Fake or a Real Move

    The market has made a strong recovery in just a few days after falling about 10% reaching the area that could be called a normal correction which we have not seen since the summer of 2011 that gave … read more »

  • Oct. 20 2014

    Why Markets Fall

    There is no one reason that stock prices move up and down. However, in a broad sense, they move up and down in conjunction with economic growth and shrinkage. That relationship is very clear when … read more »

  • Oct. 17 2014


    Tags: Debt

    A couple years ago debt in the Euro zone almost broke the EU apart. There was talk of kicking Greece out and a vote in Greece to voluntarily leave that could have gone either way. The Greek debt … read more »