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Financial Perspectives

with Michael Dubis, CFP

10/12/17

Known vs. unknown and deep vs. shallow risks

In regard to markets today there are three real-time events that have occurred in the past two months that have risks and unknowns tied to them.

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09/07/17

Prepping doesn’t mean ‘end of world’; it means being prepared for Harvey-like events

The clean up from Hurricane Harvey has just begun. In addition to the tragic loss of life (35 known dead), initial estimates suggest it could be one of if not the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history.

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12/27/16

Book recommendations for a personally and financially successful 2017

As you might know I have a hunger for reading, but more importantly it’s a hunger for actually thinking about what I read and then doing something with it.

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12/14/16

Year-end tax ideas — be careful about speculating on Trump’s policies

It’s time to start making year-end tax plans. There is a lot of opinion and speculation on President-elect Trump’s policies and I think some investors are making decisions without knowing for sure what the actual policies will be. We’re a long ways away from actual law changes.

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10/03/16

Some initial thoughts on a possible low-return investment environment

Bond yields are at historical lows. Some global (including U.S.) equity valuations are subjectively at historically high valuations (subjective meaning there is some varied opinion here). It’s impossible to know what this means in the short-term. It’s also very difficult to exploit in the short-term. The long-term historical evidence though suggests when valuations trade at high levels, future returns may be lower.

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