Monthly Archives: December 2013

Your Financial Co-Pilot

If anything happens to you, your family has someone to consult.    If you weren’t around, what would happen to your investments? In many families, one person handles investment decisions, and spouses or children have little comprehension of what happens each week, month or year with a portfolio. In an emergency, this lack of knowledge can…
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Weekly Economic Update – Dec. 2, 2013

CONFIDENCE INDEX FALLS, SENTIMENT INDEX RISES Two respected barometers of consumer mood went different ways in November. The Conference Board’s consumer confidence index came in at a disappointing 70.4, down from a revised 72.4 mark for October and well below the 74.0 reading forecast by Briefing.com. November’s final consumer sentiment index from the University of…
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