Protect your wealth

We are aware that safeguarding and maintaining your current assets is a top priority. And that makes sense. Our financial planners can make sure you’re ready and that your assets are secured should things unexpectedly change. Life may throw you a curveball that impacts your health, family, and/or business. Preparing for the unforeseen: A cost-effective …

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Stock market crashes

Stock market crashes are an unavoidable element of investing. We can’t forecast when the next crash will occur since stock market crashes are intrinsically unexpected. An unforeseen catastrophe will cause a significant market fall at some point, and you should be ready for it. Understanding your investments and why you chose them, allocating cash effectively …

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What are mutual funds?

Mutual funds are a type of investment vehicle that pools money from multiple investors to purchase securities. The mutual fund’s total holdings are knows as the portfolio. Money market funds, bond funds and stock funds, are the primary types of mutual funds. Each variety has its own set of characteristics, hazards, and benefits. As they …

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Inflation and Stagflation

It is an economic fact that it occurs when there is high inflation and economic growth stagnates (two unfavourable economic forces combined). Several countries’ estimates show that inflation will stay high this year, but the rapid rise in interest rates and the prospect of further increases have a significant impact on economic activity, given that …

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What is a bear market?

A bear market is a market condition defined by decreasing stock values and negative investor sentiment. If the prices of securities decline by 20% or more from their previous record, the market is said to be in a bear market. During a bear market, investors are unsure that the market will quickly recover, so they …

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What is an ETF?

ETFs, or Exchange Traded Funds, are investment vehicles that, like mutual funds, allow investors to purchase a portfolio of securities or other assets. ETFs offer equities, fixed income, commodity, and currency exposure, as well as multi-asset, leveraged and inverse, and alternative investment techniques. Their adaptability has grown in popularity with investors in recent years. ETFs, …

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What is Nasdaq?

Nasdaq stands for National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations System. It is the world’s second-largest stock exchange by market capitalization and where the majority of technology stocks trade. It is the second-largest automated electronic stock market in the US. It is characterized by the existence of high-tech companies in electronics, information technology, telecommunications, biotechnology, …

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What is the S&P 500?

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index (S&P 500) is one of the world’s most well-known stock market indices. Standard & Poor’s, is a financial services firm founded in 1957. The S&P 500 Index is made up of the stock prices of 500 firms from various industries, and it is weighted based on the market capitalization …

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