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Online Confidential Questionnaire - Information for our initial meeting.

Incapacity Directive

Online Risk Questionnaire - Part of your Risk Profile.

 

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Confidential Questionnaire - Information for our initial meeting.

Cash Flow Questionnaire - Your expense information.

Risk Questionnaire - Part of your Risk Profile.

Form ADV Part 2 - Our current Investment Advisor information filed with the State of Florida.

Our Privacy Policy - Our commitment to your privacy.

Code of Ethics - How we do business.

 

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Investing in a world of negative interest rates 

More than 25 percent of bonds are yielding less than zero percent. That means when the bonds mature, owners will receive less than they paid for them. This is a scary scenario for any bond investor as security of principal and low-risk returns are the main reasons to hold bonds.

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Why everyone needs to own bonds

Everyone should own bonds or bond-like investments, though you might ask why would anyone want to own bonds at this time? The value in owning bonds is not just for the known rate of income but also to provide a less-volatile rate of return and to provide stability to a portfolio. Providing stability and helping us deal with our instinctual desire to make the wrong moves at the wrong times may have the most value for investors.

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Reducing your income risk is crucial when investing

When investing and managing your money, you must consider and deal with a number of potential risks.  Some of these are more important at different times in one’s life. If you are relying on your investments to provide income to pay your expenses, you are rightfully concerned about the stability of income.  Regardless of how you use the income, let’s look at how you can manage these risks and improve the reliability of your overall investment income.

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