Weekly Snippet

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July 6, 2018
Weekly Snippet

Last Week… The markets moved like a roller coaster—up one day, down the next! The week ended on more of a down, which was reflected in our funds report. Bonds were up for a change, although very little This was with the exception of High Yield Bonds and Emerging Market Bonds, which were down REITS,…

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CMW MONTHLY MONEY PULSE™

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June 28, 2018
CMW MONTHLY MONEY PULSE™

We’ve passed the summer solstice and are fully into the summer slumber…or are we? If so, this market seems to be having a fitful time of it! After ominously crashing through the all-important Dow two-hundred-day-moving-averaging floor, this was apparently all the proof needed that US stock market is fragile once again. Never mind that the…

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Saving on Wedding Expenses

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June 22, 2018
Saving on Wedding Expenses

Image Copyright Ted Grussing Photography – Used with permission A few weeks back we discussed some ideas to help you save on wedding planning. With wedding season officially upon us, we would like to offer a few additional tips that might help you save some dough, should you be planning a wedding anytime soon! Wedding Decorations: Old fashioned…

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Weekly Snippet

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June 22, 2018
Weekly Snippet

Last Week… We saw some big moves in both directions! All US Growth stock indexes increased while all US Value indexes dropped. That’s called a negative correlation and we like it, especially when it forms a pattern as it has last year and this. The winner for greatest increase was Large Growth at 0.98% While…

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Tracking Your Spending Part 2

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June 15, 2018
Tracking Your Spending Part 2

Image Copyright Ted Grussing Photography – Used with permission Today we would like to continue our discussion about Taylor Milam, a young financial planner, and her experience after tracking expenses for a week. One of the first things Taylor noticed was how easy it was to overspend at the grocery store of all places, and the importance of…

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