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Why Are The Markets So Volatile?

Why Are The Markets So Volatile?

According to multiple news outlets, the stock market is off to its worst start for the year since 1939 (thru April 2022).

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Let's Talk About The Market Sell-Off

Let's Talk About The Market Sell-Off

Many investors forget that double-digit declines during a year are actually normal.

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Is The Yield Curve Inversion Indicative Of A Recession?

Is The Yield Curve Inversion Indicative Of A Recession?

The fundamentals of the U.S. economy are currently very strong. So why are Wall Street and some economists suddenly worried about a recession?

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Forbes Recognizes Ward Keever and Team as a Best-In-State Wealth Advisor

Forbes Recognizes Ward Keever and Team as a Best-In-State Wealth Advisor

This is the team's second year being recognized by Forbes.

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Will Rising Mortgage Rates Squash The Housing Market?

Will Rising Mortgage Rates Squash The Housing Market?

Mortgage rates made a steep climb recently as markets reacted.

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Take These 5 Financial Steps Before Starting Your Home Search

Take These 5 Financial Steps Before Starting Your Home Search

Doing some financial housekeeping before purchasing a home can pay dividends in the long run, especially if you’re attempting to buy in a competitive market.

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Is Your TV Spying On You? Join Us For Our Cybersecurity Event

Is Your TV Spying On You? Join Us For Our Cybersecurity Event

From TVs to thermostats to light bulbs, more and more devices have Wi-Fi capability. Are they vulnerable to hacking?

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Timely and Relevant News: Federal Reserve Meeting Recap: We Have Liftoff

Timely and Relevant News: Federal Reserve Meeting Recap: We Have Liftoff

As expected, the FOMC voted to increase the fed funds rate by 25 basis points (0.25%) and signaled further rate increases are appropriate. 

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Inflation Hits 40 Year High

Inflation Hits 40 Year High

Inflation hit a new 40-year high in February. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) climbed to 7.9% year over year and 0.8% month over month from January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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