Social Media Short Squeezes and Trading Frenzies in the Internet Age

The effects of the drastic rise of social media in our everyday lives are no doubt widespread. Examinations into the way we present ourselves and the way we perceive others in an online landscape have been the subject of numerous sociological and psychological studies and speculations both praising its value of interconnectivity and during its more negative aspects. The use of at least one form of social media by everyone
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Election 2020 : A Nail-Biter

For the nation, 2020 has been one of the most difficult years in memory. We are grappling with Covid and its fallout, economic upheaval, racial tensions, wildfires, hurricanes, a presidential election and a polarized electorate.
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Reflecting on 2019

As a new year approaches, it is only natural for us to reflect on how things went in 2019. Personal and professional accomplishments may take center stage. Or, we may take stock of any disappointments and re-calibrate as 2020 approaches. Yet, I know it’s a busy time. Christmas shopping, holiday parties, tree trimming, family visits, and year-end cheer may already be stacking up on the calendar. Nevertheless, it’s not too soon to start thinking about taxes. In prior conversations, we have talked about tax reform. Some are comfortable with the new rules. Others are still just wading into the tax reform pool, so to speak. Before we jump into our year-end planning piece, I want to stress to you that it’s my job to partner with you. I can’t over emphasize this, and I would be happy to review your options. As with any tax matters, also feel free to consult with your tax advisor.
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4 Reasons to Change Up Your Investment Portfolio

I often meet families who created an investment portfolio many, many years ago. And while it seems to have performed great during their pre-retirement years, they are sometimes surprised to learn that those same investments may not serve them well in Retirement.

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