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2020 Election and the Market

One of the most hotly contested presidential elections in US history is now just around the corner. Hopefully we will soon know who will be sworn into office in January 2021. The results of the election will surely have wide ranging effects on all Americans on vital matters such as healthcare, foreign policy, judicial appointments,…

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Large and In Charge? Giant Firms atop Market Is Nothing New.

Large and In Charge? Giant Firms atop Market Is Nothing New. A top-heavy stock market with the largest 10 stocks accounting for over 20% of market capitalization and a marquee technology firm perched at No. 1? This sounds like a description of the current US stock market, dominated by Apple and the other FAANG stocks,1 but…

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The Difficulty of Timing the Market

With a bounce-back in growth and tech stocks since the huge losses early this year, is now a good time to get out of the market and sit on the sidelines? After all, there is still a great deal of uncertainty looking forward: presidential election, the timing of a vaccine and distribution concerns, the uncertainty…

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Navigoe Newsletter: Retirement Income Methods and Other Updates

Beginning Monday, March 15, the Navigoe Crew began working from home. Modern technology has been a blessing, allowing this to be possible. Over the past several years, we have made significant strides to become a mostly paperless office, and all of our secure software tools now live in the “cloud” meaning that we do not…

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Navigoe Update: COVID-19

Following is a letter that was sent to all Navigoe clients on the evening of Thursday, March 12, 2020. Good evening, I hope this email finds you and your family healthy and doing well. For all of us, staying healthy through this current coronavirus outbreak is very important. I want to provide you with an…

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Planning For the End of Life

Navigoe’s First Quarter 2020 Newsletter has been published! Following is a summary of one of the articles. At the bottom you can click to view the entire newsletter. Nobody wants to think about dying, much less planning for all the details that will follow. But this is important. Your heirs and the executor of your…

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2019 Year-End Market Commentary

A year ago, as we entered 2019, we were coming off of the heels of the worst year for stocks since 2008, which was the depths of the Great Recession crash. The S&P 500 was negative in 2018 for the first time since 2008, and all major stock market indices were negative, with many of…

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Investopedia names Navigoe Partner, Eric Toya, among top 100 influential financial advisors

Navigoe Partner and Director of Wealth Management, Eric Toya, was recently named on the INVESTOPEDIA 100 list of most influential financial advisors. Investopedia, a leading online source of financial information and services, announced the inaugural INVESTOPEDIA 100, a ranking of influential advisors based on the presence and impact of advisors across social media platforms and…

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Eric Toya and Don Hance, Jr. to Volunteer for Los Angeles Financial Planning Day

Tomorrow, October 29, 2016, the sixth annual Los Angeles Financial Planning Day will be held at the Downtown Los Angeles Public Library. Financial Planning Days are among the largest nationwide financial education and pro-bono events in the country. The aim is to provide free, no strings attached financial counsel and education to thousands of individuals…

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Brexit – The BBC’s sequel to Downton Abbey

The real cause of yesterday’s vote by the British electorate to end its membership in the European Union was actually a well-executed plot by the BBC. With the BBC hit, Downton Abbey, ending after six seasons, the executives were searching for another multi-season blockbuster to help justify their special status as a quasi-public broadcaster. Add…

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