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Investing principles from Jentner Wealth Management. Visit Jentner.com for more information.

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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August 2015 Episodes:
Jentner Wealth Management
  • Pub Date: Aug 31, 2015
  • Don't Panic. Diversify.
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  • Don't Panic. Diversify.

    For six years the stock market has increased on zero percent interest rates, courtesy of the Federal Reserve. We’ve enjoyed one of the most profitable bull markets on record. For years, investors have wondered when the party would end.

    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: Aug 24, 2015
  • Do You Really Need Life Insurance?
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  • Do You Really Need Life Insurance?

    Most people tend to avoid life insurance. Very few people proactively make sure they have enough. People generally avoid life insurance life the plague, only responding to proposals or sales pitches from life insurance companies and agents.

    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: Aug 17, 2015
  • Are You Ready for Retirement?
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  • Are You Ready for Retirement?

    After years of savings and investing, you can finally see your retirement coming into view. You will have the freedom to do all those things you just can’t find time to do – travel, volunteer, visit your grandchildren, golf and dance.

    Just one question: How can you know if you are really able to retire?

    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: Aug 10, 2015
  • How to Be Smart with Your Money
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  • How to Be Smart with Your Money

    The National Endowment for Financial Education conducts an annual survey of Certified Financial Planner professionals asking for their top financial recommendations. The number one recommendation is to “live within your means.”¹

    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: Aug 03, 2015
  • Financial Scammers Increasingly Target the Elderly
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  • Financial Scammers Increasingly Target the Elderly

    According the Wall Street Journal, one in five Americans 65 years or older has been abused financially.¹

    This is Bruce Jentner of Northeast Ohio Jentner Wealth Management with another two minutes to strengthen your financial future. According to the Journal, the fleecing of older Americans is becoming an epidemic. People 60 years and older made up 26% of all fraud complaints, the highest of any age group.

    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.