Earlier this summer I was asked to submit a retirement investing tip for an article in US News and World Report. Ironically, just within the last few months, a niece and two of my nephews (ages 20-23) each asked me how to get started as well. I shared these five simple strategies with them.
John Deglow joined Unified Trust as a Fiduciary Investment Advisor in 2016. He has over 22 years of financial planning and investment advisory experience working with financial advisors and high-net-worth clients. As Director of Wealth Strategies at Hilliard Lyons, Mr. Deglow built and managed the firm’s Financial Planning platform, helping many "investment brokers" become better comprehensive, client-centric financial advisors. He has also taught personal finance courses at Western Kentucky University, and has spoken at various national conferences on financial planning topics.
Mr. Deglow received a BA degree in Molecular Biology from Vanderbilt University in 1988. He also holds the Certified Financial Planning and Accredited Investment Fiduciary designations.
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Recently on CNBC, financial experts took turns predicting the stock market and discussing how it is way over-priced due to the very bleak economic circumstances. During that same time frame, another half-dozen suggested the worst was over. How can experts be so far off?