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Facts Vs Feelings Take 5 – Dow 40k – Now What?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit an all-time high of 40,000 – double what it was just seven years ago. What could this mean for investors? Carson Group’s Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick and VP, Global Macro Strategist Sonu Varghese weigh in on these questions and more:  What led up …

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Facts Vs Feelings Take 5 – Wrapping Up a Great First Quarter

Stocks gained more than 10% for the second quarter in a row, the economy is doing great. What’s behind all this good news and can it last? Get the latest insights from Carson Group’s Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick and VP, Global Macro Strategist Sonu Varghese. Highlights include:   Pr …

Helping Aging Parents Manage and Protect Their Finances

Your parents taught you everything you know about money. From opening your first checking account to taking out your first car loan, they were always there to guide you. But as your parents get older, they may begin turning to you for help with their finances. How do you begin to navigate t …

Facts Vs Feelings Take 5 – Do Stocks Care About an Election?

We’re in a presidential election year, and many investors are concerned about how the potential outcomes could affect the stock market. Find out what Carson Group’s Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick and VP, Global Macro Strategist Sonu Varghese have to say. Highlights include:   The U.S. …

6 Signs It’s Time to Ditch DIY Retirement Planning

Retirement planning is a journey that generally takes decades to complete and most of us start out along the do-it-yourself path. More than likely, your first step was to enroll in an employer-provided plan such as a 401(k) or setting up an individual retirement account, also known as an IRA.

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