Monthly Archives: March 2015

US Interest Rates – What Lies Ahead?

With the headlines showing economic concerns at every turn in the road, the global economy is in a constant state of disarray. The US dollar is high, oil prices are low and several European countries, including Greece, and Italy fuel … Continue reading

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Wading Through College Savings Options

From the Desk of Charlie McCullough As a parent of a college student, I am in the throes of financial aid information. On January 1, we filed our information with FAFSA, just like we were told, and now we wait, … Continue reading

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Don’t Use the S&P 500 as an Investment Performance Barometer

You just finished watching the market wrap-up on CNBC and saw that the S&P 500 was up significantly over the last quarter.  With this in mind, you eagerly await your quarterly investment statement expecting to see a huge jump in … Continue reading

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