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And Lady Liberty Wept...Politics has always been a rough and tumble business. This year’s Presidential Primary season has proved no exception, and has been both hostile and humorous at the same time.    Certain candidates’ policy platforms include various proposals which would exclude certain groups of foreigners.    Without taking sides in this issue, it seems as though a meaningful percentage of voters agree with at least some of these proposals. ...
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Cheap and PopularFirst Lady Kim Kardashian West. It has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?  A few months ago, Kim’s husband Kanye West -- a rapper, record producer and clothing designer, announced that he would be running for U.S. President in 2020.  Before you snicker, don’t forget about a current poll-leading, ultra-wealthy Republican candidate with huge ego and no political experience. Back to Kim. Her popularity was immense even before her third marriage and...
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Chicken Little or Zeus?Last month the market fell out of the sky. It caused quite a stir. Or not. It all depended on who was watching, and from what vantage point.Chicken Little freaked out.   She scurried about in the dirt, with clouds of dust swirling around her. She could barely make out Jim Cramer’s image on CNBC’s beloved Mad Money. All the noisy bells and buzzers and rifle shots and shrieking crowds didn’t allow her to really hear much of what he was saying. But...
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DHG Wealth Advisors (DHGWA) has specifically tailored an investment program to meet the goals and objectives of dealerships utilizing Reinsurance Companies via Portfolio.
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What sets DHG Wealth Advisors apart from others? Resourcefulness. As fiduciaries, our singular focus is your best interest as we shape a wealth management strategy that provides peace of mind and financial security.
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Most investors do not plan to act in a foolish manner. In fact, most probably think they do have a plan when they purchase an investment. In the light of day, when the sun is shining and birds are singing and children laughing, it is fairly easy to feel you can withstand whatever the market can throw at you. But when the weather changes and the pleasant noises stop, things change. When the markets plunge and the news is horrible and the monthly brokerage statements are getting worse and worse, m...
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June 15, 2015Many investors initially seek out a financial advisor in hopes that they will have some secret knowledge of future economic events or superior research that will help them beat the market. In fact, the first question we are often asked is “What do you think the market is going to do this year?” But market predictions and forecasts (even if they are occasionally accurate) do not equal a good financial advisor, and “Fortune Teller” is a hat we never wear. Instead, we believe our j...
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April 16, 2015We are pleased to let you know that Maria Tobin CLU, ChFC, LUTCF has joined W. Talbot Carter, CLU, ChFC and the DHG Agency team in an effort to provide more comprehensive service to our clients. Maria and Talbot have extensive experience and can assist you or a family member in reviewing or considering the following:Life Insurance Solutions Term and permanent coverage for families, estate planning and business applications like funding buy/sell agreements, key person policies and d...
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Investors are no strangers to cycles. Seasons of the year, business cycles, presidential cycles, tax seasons, holiday shopping, and military engagements are all examples of cyclical types of behavior that are often predictable and definitely influence the markets. What time of the year does the most money flow into retirement plans? What quarter do toy companies earn 70%+ of their profits?
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February 05, 2015Remember The Lost Decade? It wasn’t that long ago that investing money in an S&P 500 index fund would have yielded a negative rate of return. Specifically, between January 2000 and December 2009 the S&P 500 had a total return of (9.1%), hence The Lost Decade label for that 10-year period.As financial advisors, we don’t think in 10-year increments. We don’t even think in 20-year increments. We think long term, big picture so what happens in any rolling 10-year period d...
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