We know what you want in a fee-only financial advisor
Whether you seek to diversify current investments, fortify the security of your retirement fund, or work with a fee-only financial advisor for the first time, the Milwaukee-based investment advisory firm of Godsell & Hughes offers:
- A research-based approach to investing
- Dedication to all clients, regardless of revenue generated
- The mentality that investing your portfolio is our privilege
- Care for your money, as if it were our own
- Straight truth; Truth leads to trust, and anything less is unacceptable
- Understanding of the economy’s ever-changing tides
Should Investors Be Worried?
Examples From The Past & What They Mean For Your Portfolio Today
Investors are understandably concerned with the current economic environment. On one hand, markets seem riskier than ever. On the other, it seems that taking risk is the only option with interest rates near 0%.
Because current circumstances are so different than those to which most investors are accustomed, they are nervous about the future and confused about how they should invest.
A Wake-Up Call For Investors
Watch this video to gain a better understanding of the connection between the economy and financial markets, and how this might impact your future portfolio decisions.
Think about investment strategies differently
Watch this video to learn how different investment approaches are necessary to achieve your financial goals in today’s market.
‘This Time Is Different’
By Carmen Reinhard & Ken Rogoff
The authors studied hundreds of global financial crises from the past. Learn how this impacts you in the present and future.
How Japan’s Recent Actions Could Change The Investment World
For several years, I have been discussing the consequences of debt in GH Reports. Since Japan has had a decade head start in the race to accumulate debt, it is often the centerpiece of any discussion on the potential consequences for debt laden economies.
Over the years, Japan has accumulated deficits so large that its debt load will soon be measured in quadrillions. That’s right. Trillions are no longer large enough to gauge the magnitude of Japan’s debt pile.
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