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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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October 2015 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Oct 26, 2015
  • Don't Tap Into Your 401(k) Prematurely
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  • Don't Tap Into Your 401(k) Prematurely

    One in four 401(k) participants has, at some point, raided their 401(k) retirement account to cover non-retirement expenses. This is Bruce Jentner of Northeast Ohio Jentner Wealth Management with another two minutes to strengthen your financial future. Retirement account leakage occurs in three forms: loans, hardship withdrawals, and cash-outs when employees leave a company.

    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: Oct 19, 2015
  • Market Update
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  • Market Update

    The quarter ending September 30, 2015 was a very challenging one, characterized by an unusual amount of volatility, with many daily swings of several hundred points on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. This is Bruce Jentner of Northeast Ohio Jentner Wealth Management with another two minutes to strengthen your financial future.

    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: Oct 12, 2015
  • Investing Pitfalls: The Bias of Overconfidence
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  • Investing Pitfalls: The Bias of Overconfidence

    Last week I described the danger of being overconfident in your ability to predict what the market will do in the future. This week I want to dig deeper to understand how this might happen.

    I have another question for you. Jason is tall and muscular. He is also very competitive. He drives an expensive sports car and wears flashy clothing. Which is more probable: Is Jason an accountant, or is Jason a professional athlete?

    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: Oct 05, 2015
  • Are Faulty Predictions Hurting Your Investment Portfolio?
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  • Are Faulty Predictions Hurting Your Investment Portfolio?

    I have a question for you. A stock index fund is invested in stocks at all times, experiencing all of the gains and losses of the stock market. However, you actively manage your portfolio, moving between stocks and cash whenever you want. Here is my question: Over time, which investment do you expect will perform better?

    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.