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New in 2019: Video Email

"When was the last time you heard from your financial advisor?" If you're a client of nVest Advisors, your answer to that should be, "Frequently!" With as often as daily market updates, weekly account performance emails, regular updates on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, our own smartphone app, our podcast, our blog, monthly newsletters, and even periodic

New Investor’s Guide for 2019

  68 pages of Investment Savvy The Texas State Securities Board periodically publishes a reviewed Investor's Guide that we strongly support. Even if you're not in Texas (the vast majority of our clients are at this point), the information is timely, from an authoritative, consumer-advocate source.   The 2019 Investor's Guide was just

THIS is why we don’t play with your money.

From Jeremy Torgerson, CEO of nVest Advisors: "I don't need/want your pity; I just honestly hope I can save one person from this stupid nightmare." That's not my quote. That's from a guy who just lost a huge amount of money trying to out-smart the market, and he wants to warn you. As I'm closing

Your 2019 New Year’s Financial Resolutions

Your2019 New Year’s (Financial) Resolutions A resolution for every month to help yougain financial independence Cleaning up personal finances remains one of the top resolutions every New Year. But we all know what happens to most such self-promises, so here’s a month-by-month to-do list to cultivate better financial health. January: Organize paperwork. This obvious starting

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The January Effect? Does it matter in 2019?

What does history tell us and how should investors react? The January Effect The January Effect is a pattern exhibited by stocks in the last few trading days of December and the first few weeks of January. During this period, particularly starting in January, the theory is that stocks tend to rise. In simple terms,

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