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The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations, but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only, and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product, or a prediction of future performance.
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February 2016 Episodes:
Jentner Wealth Management
  • Pub Date: Feb 29, 2016
  • Do We Still Believe In Capitalism?
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  • Do We Still Believe In Capitalism?

    A Pew Research Center survey found that 95% of the Vietnamese favor capitalism over any other economic system. The same survey found that only 70% of Americans place capitalism first. Do Americans still believe in capitalism and the pursuit of happiness?

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product or a prediction of future performance.
  • Pub Date: Feb 22, 2016
  • Do Stock Investments Make Sense?
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  • Do Stock Investments Make Sense?

    The world stock markets continue to fluctuate. So far this year, the S&P 500 Index has declined about 10%. Do stock investments make sense? Perhaps you are tempted to get out of the stock market entirely and wait this one out. What should you do?

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product or a prediction of future performance.
  • Pub Date: Feb 15, 2016
  • The Benefits of Being a Patient Investor: Part 2
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  • The Benefits of Being a Patient Investor: Part 2

    Over the long term, publicly-traded companies providing goods and services that people want rise in price. This is good because you and I can own and benefit financially from the success of these companies providing real value. As good as this may be, the problem is that with over $1 trillion of stocks and bonds being traded each day in the U.S. markets, prices rise and fall on a daily basis, sometimes dramatically. Many people react to these daily price fluctuations, hurting their long-term investment return.

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product or a prediction of future performance.
Jentner Wealth Management
  • Pub Date: Feb 08, 2016
  • The Benefits of Being a Patient Investor: Part 1
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  • The Benefits of Being a Patient Investor: Part 1

    Recent headline news: Dollar’s Rise Poses Risk for Fed Plan, Global Stocks Lower Ahead of U.S. Interest Rate Decision, Market Turmoil Threatens Fed Credibility. Need I go on? All of these headlines are from one publication on one day – and I have hardly scratched the surface. What should you do? How should you invest?

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product or a prediction of future performance.
Jentner Wealth Management
  • Pub Date: Feb 01, 2016
  • Is The Stock Market For Me? - Part 2
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  • Is The Stock Market For Me? - Part 2

    Last week we discussed the challenges of investing in an uncertain market. You may be asking yourself, “Is the stock market for me?”

    2016 if off to a rough start. Headlines highlight investors’ concerns. People are drawing parallels to the crash of 2008. You may be asking yourself, “Is the stock market for me?”

    News: Bruce Jentner and Jentner Wealth Management were recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in writer Shefali Anand's article, "This Adviser Buys Small Stocks ‘on Sale’ - Jentner rebalances in line with long-term trends, favors indexing over active management."

    The views expressed are intended to be general in nature. They should not be construed as investment advice or recommendations but as illustrations of broader economic themes. The commentaries are provided for informational purposes only and are not an offer or recommendation for any security or investment product or a prediction of future performance.