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The 5 Biggest Investment Mistakes

Apple Computers was founded in 1976 by partners Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, who are now household names. But most people don’t realize that there was a lesser-known third partner, Ronald Wayne. While most people are never faced with an investment decision of Wayne’s magnitude, here are the 5 most common investment mistakes I see repeatedly - and how to avoid them.

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Bulls, Bears, and What's Important Now

In 1986, Lou Holtz was tapped as Head Coach of the then-struggling Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team. By the time he left the university 11 seasons later, he’d racked up 9 Bowl appearances, 5 Bowl victories, and one National Championship! He later revealed a vital question that he demanded players repeatedly ask themselves. It goes by the acronym W.I.N. – What’s Important Now?

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What We're Reading (and Listening To) - March 11th

“There are decades when nothing happens; and there are weeks when decades happen.” I think that’s an apt description of current events. With all that’s going on in geopolitics and markets so far this year, it can be a challenge to sift through the mountain of information out there. I wanted to share a few pieces we’ve been reading (and listening to) this week to lend the right perspective.

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Market Update

As you most likely noticed, the market has experienced increased volatility since the beginning of the year. As we discussed in our Econ Outlook Webinar in January, this was not unexpected. There are several factors contributing to the increased volatility - and the Russian invasion of Ukraine is now another unfortunate factor. With it all, the market is digesting quite a bit of information.

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