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Friday, August 23, 2019

March 2018

Hello Everyone! Last month my intro had this paragraph that is worth repeating: "Investments have done well recently; but just remember the market goes up-and the market goes down. Long term, good-quality investments do well over the long term. If it has been awhile since you and I have had the discussion about “short-medium-long term” investments then it is probably time for you to schedule a review with me."

So we have recently seen the market take some real downturns. For our long term investments, this has only a small effect. Let's make sure we have short term needs funded, but for retirement we need to have some of our investments in good growth & income investments. If we haven't had a review in the last year, then please contact me so we can set one.

If you think you have not received all of your 1099s, then email me.

Thank you, God bless, don't forget to spriing forward before going to bed March 10. Enjoy this month’s fish-wrap. Tom

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