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Blue-Collar Wealth Podcast Series

Posted by on May 23, 2017 in Featured Advisors

Darryl Smith is licensed in the province of Ontario to offer the following financial products:

INVESTMENTS
INSURANCE
GROUP BENEFITS
MORTGAGES
BANK ACCOUNTS
LOANS

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Episode 1 – 10 Tips to Maximize Blue Collar Wealth (Part 1)

Posted by on May 19, 2017 in BlueCollar Wealth, Darryl Smith

Today’s Blue-Collar Business Owner’s (BCBO) are finding their employees are getting more respect from banks then they do!

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Introduction to Scott Stauffer

Posted by on Dec 14, 2016 in Scott Stauffer

Scott Stauffer, Managing Partner, of BetterWealth, has been a teacher, coach...

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A 10% discount is a good deal; A 20% discount is a better deal.

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in 10 Rules of Better Wealth, Better Wealth, Scott Stauffer

It’s hard to know when it is a good time to “sell” an investment. But most of us know when it is a good time to “buy” an investment. It is important to remember the market will decline three to nine percent around five or more times a year.

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Investing On Autopilot

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in Fifty Wealth, Investment Mistakes, James Wilson

Investing goals, timeframes and circumstances can change over time. If you made investment decisions a few years ago and now your goals have changed, a mid-course adjustment may be needed. Your financial success and life are not linear.

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Trying to Out-Smart The Markets

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in Fifty Wealth, Investment Mistakes, James Wilson

Attempting to out-smart the markets is a common, yet dangerous, practice. Some investors believe that if they can possess “special knowledge” or spot certain trends, that they can “out-smart” the market.

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Investing With The Big E

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in Fifty Wealth, Investment Mistakes, James Wilson

Many investors underestimate the role of emotions in their decisions. The range of emotions within the long-term investing cycle ranges from optimism to elation to euphoria at market highs and nervousness to fear and panic at market lows. While it is impossible to totally separate emotions from investment choices, understanding your emotional makeup is a good first step.

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