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Forefront’s Monday Market Update 2021 most popular word? Transitory I had dinner with my parents this weekend, and my father was telling me about the cost of their rental car on a vacation they are taking in a few weeks. He kept telling me how the current state of inflation reminds him of the dark...
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Forefront’s Monday Market Update Will the great be good enough? As the week kicks off, so does Q2 earnings season with the big banks dominating the next few days. The consensus from analysts – this one is going to be a doozy. Earnings are generally compared from the same time last year, and the same...
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Forefront‘s Monday Market Update Dog Days of Summer Everyone needs a vacation, even the stock market. As the longer days of summer continue, and 90+ degree heat reminds us all that we should be on a beach somewhere, that same lull will be felt in the stock market as well. Lower volume, and a light...
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Forefront’s Monday Market Update What questions to ask before hiring an advisor I recently had to bring our puppy, Moose, to the vet because he seemed to be suffering from some pretty bad allergies. I love my veterinarian, not only because I trust her with my animal’s life, but because I know the structure in...
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Forefront’s Monday Market Update What’s all the hype about crypto? Unless you have decided to stop paying attention to the outside world, I am willing to gamble that many of you reading this today have heard of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general. It is hard to avoid it when every time you walk into the...
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Forefront’s Monday Market Update Your portfolio is missing something Growing up, as I showed more interest in investing, I was always encouraged to research and learn about “companies that you know.” This is great advice and something I tell young people even today, but it does lead to some issues once you go from researching...
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Are we in a housing bubble? My parents recently sold their home, and although nostalgic, it was a few years later than my brother and I would have liked. They were able to take advantage of this post covid housing spike, but still sold their home for 25% less then they could have sold it...
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Getting Back to Normal Schools are opening in NJ next year with no remote option being provided to parents. The mask mandate is going to be over on Friday, May 28th, and Covid case numbers should be below a 10K average within the week. Things are slowly but surely getting back to normal. One of...
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Panic selling will ruin years of good investing decisions Yes, even once, panic selling will ruin years of good investing decisions. That is a really factual statement and easy to write. It is much harder to put into practice when the market is plummeting and you need to maintain your investing discipline. A classic case...
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Stop caring about things that don’t matter. Happy Mother’s Day to all of the wonderful moms out there. After we woke up at the crack of dawn to watch an 8u travel baseball game we enjoyed a quiet day at home which was perfect! As the family lay around, I was reading an article about...
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