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Casey earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Finance from Berry College, Rome, Georgia. Unhappy with the traditional brokerage product pushing agenda, Casey became a Registered Investment Advisor and formed a fee only financial services firm in June 2001, which later ... more


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Fear Versus Data
No one likes losing. It is in our human nature to suppress our losses and focus on our wins or even to just avoid losing altogether.
Coronavirus Impact To Markets
Stock markets around the globe have been rocked this week by fears of the coronavirus spreading beyond its origin.
Mega Backdoor Roth Explained
Many individuals may have heard of a back-door Roth IRA contribution, but most are probably not aware of what a Mega Backdoor Roth is.
What Is A Donor Advised Fund?
You may believe that in order to have your own family charitable fund you need to have a last name like Gates or Rockefeller. This is not the case at all.
Don’t Let Short Sightedness Hurt Your Portfolio
You can’t drive your car well by only focusing on the closest lane marker, you have to look out. The same applies to successful investing.
What Britain Leaving The EU Means
Healthy companies will always win despite short term news cycles.
Why Stocks Went Down When Oil Went Down
Equity markets descended in January alongside oil prices, while testing new lows with a visible increase in volatility. Oil’s dramatic price drop has been a catalyst for stock prices heading lower, a correlation that has actually existed for years.
Checking A Broker’s Background Gets A Mandatory Link
FINRA, the regulatory authority for stock brokers and investment advisors, has recently approved a new rule requiring brokers to place a link on their webpage to connect the retail client to the FINRA broker check website.
Right Now You Need To Do Nothing
Here is an interview done by CNBC with Vanguard founder Jack Bogle. Mr Bogle is a very wise man and all individual investors should listen closely to his advice.
2014 – Why You Didn’t Have A Double Digit Gain
As you review your annual statement for 2014, you may notice it was a great year for US stocks, but when you look at your overall return you see results equal to or lower than the US market performance. Both results could lead to flawed thinking.
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