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What To Do If You Get Divorced

Divorce can be emotionally, mentally, and financially draining. Not only are you adjusting to your new way of life, but you may be managing your family’s finances for the first time. While it can be overwhelming, divorce is also an opportunity to create the life you want. It’s the time to set financial goals for yourself and chart a path to get you there.

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Cybersecurity Tips & Best Practices For Our Modern Age

Whether it’s a data breach at Equifax or Yahoo or your elderly neighbor falling prey to a phishing scam, it’s hard to feel safe in the virtual world that we have created for ourselves. From centuries of experience we learned to lock our doors at night and stay aware when walking through the woods alone, but cybersecurity is new to many of us. Our parents and grandparents ingrained in us that we are not to talk to strangers as children, but there is no age-old wisdom being passed down regarding the internet.

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Why I Became A Financial Advisor

There’s nothing like graduating college and starting your career—in the financial industry, no less—right at the onset of a recession. But before you start feeling bad for me, know that this experience was the catalyst that led me to pursue this career as a financial advisor further. The timing of when I embarked on this journey didn’t make me second-guess my choice, it reinforced it. Here’s why.

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May 2019 Market Insights Webcast

Our Market Insights Webcast features a Q&A session with Massey Quick Simon Chief Investment Officer, Chris Moore and Director of Marketing Darcy O'Brien. Chris will be answering questions about the recent equity rally, corporate earnings, and interest rates.

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First Quarter 2019 - Market Newsletter

We have been enjoying what will likely be the longest period of economic expansion ever for the country. Corporate earnings have been resilient, consumer and bank leverage has been contained, and labor productivity has been high while inflation kept low. This has been in no small part due to the Fed putting significant muscle behind the economy to move it forward from the 2008 financial crisis, slashing interest rates from over 5% down to zero and buying Treasuries and mortgage backed securities to provide market liquidity and support. Furthermore, the Trump administration’s more recent deregulation and tax reforms had turbocharged an already strong economy. Thus, the U.S. has been a standout performer versus other developed and emerging economies.

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