Ten years after the Great Recession roiled world markets, financial advisors still find themselves facing an uphill battle when it comes to earning prospective investors’ trust.

A correction is a beautiful thing, simply the flip side of a rally, big or small. Theoretically, even technically I'm told, corrections adjust equity prices to their actual value or "support levels". In reality, it's much easier than that.

From an early age, many Americans are taught the value of hard work. The harder you work, our society reasons, the more successful and financially prosperous you will be.

I’ve been asked to comment on the most recent market decline. My initial reaction was, markets go up and they go down. America is a great country but the US Constitution doesn’t guarantee

After 45 years of investing, I've come to the conclusion that the equity (or growth purpose) market is a far easier medium for investors to understand than the far safer, and generally less volatile,

G. Ward Keever Builds the Firm of His Dreams. “I bought my first stock when I was seven. My father set me up with a Janney Montgomery Scott brokerage account and

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