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Are Stocks Expensive?

It’s a question that many of our clients have asked us as the stock market continues to hit new highs seemingly every day. And one that we hope to explain in this video. We discovered a fascinating chart that we think describes why the stock market is holding up or goes higher even when there’s…

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Are stocks overvalued?

This is one post in a series based on our “Tough Questions for Your Advisor.” Each post covers one of the important topics we discuss with our wealth management clients.  Today’s topic is: Are stocks overvalued? There are many methods of measuring how expensive the stock market is, but the most prominent is something called the P/E ratio, or…

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The Stock Market Has Been Amazingly Boring

Do you feel like 2021 has been unlike almost any other time in the history of the stock market? Well, you’re right. I invite you to check out my video about what this means, what we should be prepared for going forward, and how Glassman Wealth Services is using this information for our clients and…

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Making Sense of the Quick Stock Market Rebound

This article was originally published on Forbes on May 8, 2020.   The reasons for the 30%+ market drop in late March 2020 seemed obvious at the time, after all, we had a global pandemic shutting down the global economy. Though what’s driving my clients and investors crazy is figuring out how and why the…

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Are Financial Advisors Worth the Cost?

It’s now possible to invest for basically nothing. On one side of the cost spectrum are firms like Vanguard and Betterment, who are commoditizing low-cost investing. On the other side are the old-school brokers, potentially selling expensive investment and insurance products to clients. Somewhere in the middle of the cost spectrum is the comprehensive, fiduciary…

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Stop Sabotaging Your Portfolio

This article was originally published on Forbes on June 5th, 2018.   When it comes to their portfolio, investors might just be their own worst enemy. Of course they’re not intentionally sabotaging their success, but the evidence shows it’s still happening. In 2017, the stock markets seemed indestructible, and many investors felt that way as money…

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