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Year-End Financial To-Do: Time to Review and Rebalance Your Portfolio

Dec 5, 2019

By Bruce Buerkle, CFA, Senior Vice President, Manager Securities Research Support

The popular averages rebounded strongly this year from the significant pullbacks that occurred during December 2018. This contributed in part to the markets posting negative returns last year. Multiple closing high records have been achieved during 2019 by the DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ Composite. A few of the variables that may have impacted your investments this year are highlighted here.

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Year-End Financial To-Do: Managing Mutual Fund Capital Gain Distributions

Nov 14, 2019

By Theresa Fry, Senior Vice President and Manager, IRAs, Retirement and Education Planning, Jeffrey R. Wolfe, Senior Vice President, Manager of Wealth Planning Strategies and Bruce Buerkle, CFA, Senior Vice President, Manager Securities Research Support

If you are like most investors, you likely own some mutual funds.  They are common in IRAs, 401(k)s, taxable accounts, etc.  However, when you own mutual funds in a taxable account,

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Summer Savings Strategies: Be Disciplined and Systematic

May 15, 2019

By Bruce Buerkle, CFA, Senior Vice President, Manager Securities Research Support

Have you reviewed how much you are saving annually and considered whether there are opportunities to increase your savings rate? Developing a “pay yourself first” plan can reap large rewards over the long term. Look for ways to automate your savings such as establishing a direct deposit into an investment account. Dollar-Cost Averaging, an investment strategy wherein you buy the same dollar amount of an investment at regular intervals,

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