Archives by Tag 'economy'

Your Money Script

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Views about money come from our upbringing, our personal experience, and the people who influence our opinions. When these financial feelings become extreme, they can lead to dysfunctional decisions, so making yourself aware of any severe money attitudes can help you achieve your financial goals. The Klontz Money Scripts were developed to identify some common […]

The Potential of W

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Friday, June 12, 2009

Don’t worry.  This isn’t a political posting about our former president. Most people expect a recovery from this recession to come in a V shape.  The economy was at a peak, it has fallen into a valley and seems to be heading in a generally upward direction – in other words it looks like the […]

Dancing in the Rain

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Friday, November 28, 2008

About the time that clients were receiving their monthly statements on their investment accounts, my business partner and I noticed an influx of calls and e-mails.  The general question being asked was “Am I okay?”  We work to position our clients in all aspects of their financial lives to make it through difficult financial times.  […]

The Market and The Election

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Thursday, June 5, 2008

People often ask how the stock market will react to who wins the presidential election.  I couple of elections ago I heard an economist give a very rational explanation of what happens around major elections.  It was that the market doesn’t like uncertainty.  It’s not a matter so much of who wins—although history does seem […]