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Making Tomorrow Better Today through ESG Investing

Making Tomorrow Better Today through ESG Investing

Making the world a better place – who would not want to contribute to that?  Knowing that the actions we take today will benefit generations to come goes a long way.  Whether it be through reducing our carbon footprint or advocating for equal pay, most can agree on the common value of doing better for the longevity of this world.  This is where environmental, social, and governance investing, more popularly known as ESG investing, comes into play.  By partaking in this investing philosophy, one is aligning their investments with their core principles and values, chiefly for the enhancement of society and the greater world.

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Don’t Delay: The Potential Benefits of Starting to Save Now


For long-term investment goals such as retirement, time can be one of your biggest advantages. That’s because time allows your investment dollars to do some of the hard work for you through a mathematical principle known as compounding.

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DOW 20,000 — Does It Matter?


On January 25th of this year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA/Dow) passed the 20,000 milestone for the first time ever. Seemingly every media outlet began to host discussions regarding whether investors should get back into the marketplace, how much further stocks can go, and a multitude of other investing-related topics. Continue reading “DOW 20,000 — Does It Matter?”

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How the Election Will (Not) Impact Your Portfolio


As the presidential election approaches, more and more articles are appearing with titles such as “Here’s How to Hedge Your Portfolio against a Trump Victory” and “How to Invest if Hillary Clinton Wins the Election.” Yet even in light of the unprecedented polarization surrounding this election cycle, prudent long-term investors should pay these theories no mind. Continue reading “How the Election Will (Not) Impact Your Portfolio”

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The Perils of Investing In Leveraged Funds

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In the investing world, returns are always in demand, but the path by which investors pursue these returns can be very detrimental to a portfolio’s health. Leveraged funds, which have been around for two decades now, seek to beat the market returns of their unleveraged, index-tracking counterparts by essentially increasing the stakes of the bet through the use of derivative instruments. The idea seems straightforward, but the results are not always what investors expect them to be.

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There Is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch — Or Is There?


Factor investing, which revolves around an investment according to specific, pre-determined characteristics (“factors”), has piqued the interest of many in the investing world as investors hope they can finally beat the market on a consistent basis. According to, indexes can be constructed according to these six risk factors: Value, Low Size, Low Volatility, High Yield, Quality and Momentum. By doing so, factor investing combines simplicity, transparency, and the affordability of indexing with the irresistible prospect of “beating the market,” which explains its surge in popularity over recent years.

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No Risk, No Reward – 4 Reasons Why Investors Own More Stocks


With great risk comes great reward – and it’s no different in the world of investing. Today’s investors are increasingly taking on more risk though, in the form of owning more stocks, in order to achieve a higher return on their investments. According to A Wealth of Common Sense, a blog by Ben Carlson, investors now own about as much stocks as they did at the market peak in 2007. Here are some reasons why investors are increasing the equity exposure in their portfolios today:

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Outliving Your Money – A Real Threat


J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s 2016 Guide to Retirement makes two interesting observations on life expectancy. While most people know that the average American is living longer due to several factors, including advancements in healthcare, another point is often overlooked: the narrowing life expectancy for men and women.

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