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UnlockingtheGripeofFear

Unlocking the Grip of Fear

Fear sells. Most sales pitches about investing focus on fear. The more fear, the better. Our internal wiring nudges us towards reacting emotionally to the lure of fear. However, there is an antidote; there is a way to stop letting fear unravel your financial life.   Conquering Fear The entirety of our approach to investing […]

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Unglued

The Best of J.E. Wilson’s Blog: Unglued – A Roadmap for a Successful Investing Experience

“Uncertainty is an uncomfortable position. But certainty is an absurd one.” – Voltaire (French Historian / Philosopher) We live in a world with constant background noise that appears whenever we turn on the “news” or our computer. Even media outlets that attempt to present real news are forced to repeat the stories many times in […]

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The Best of J.E. Wilson’s Blog: Stewardship

“Commitment is an act, not a word.” – Jean-Paul Sartre (French philosopher / playwright) One of the most important roles that we fulfill is that of stewardship. Webster’s defines stewardship as “careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one’s care.” Many years ago, one of our clients referred to us as his “financial bodyguard”. […]

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Financial Bodyguard

Who is Your “Financial Bodyguard”?

One of the most important roles that we fulfill is that of stewardship. Webster’s defines stewardship as “careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one’s care”. Many years ago, one of our clients referred to us as his “financial bodyguard”. While the words may differ, the meaning is roughly the same.  Financial planning is […]

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