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"Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now." - Alan Lakein

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Asset Management

Asset allocation is the process of selecting a mix of asset classes that closely matches an investor’s financial profile in terms of their investment preferences and tolerance for risk. It is based on the premise that the different asset classes have varying cycles of performance, and that by investing in multiple classes, the overall investment returns will be more stable and less susceptible to adverse movements in any one class.

Financial Planning

The financial planning process at Stegent Equity Advisors, Inc. begins with an in-depth evaluation of your current financial situation. Once we’ve established your overall objectives, we’ll focus on your specific goals. With changing economic conditions and market swings, we advocate investing sensibly over the long run and maintaining an adequate level of insurance coverage.

Retirement Planning

Retirement planning today has taken on many new dimensions that never had to be considered by earlier generations. For one, people are living longer. A person who turns 65 today could be expected to live 30 or more years in retirement as compared to a retiree in 1950 who lived, on average, an additional 15 years. Longer life spans have created a number of new issues that need to be taken into consideration when planning for retirement.

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Infographic: The Importance of Financial Goals

By Loyd Stegent on Mar 31, 2018

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*This content is developed from sources believed to be providing accurate information. The information provided is not written or intended as tax or legal advice and may not be relied on for purposes of avoiding any Federal tax penalties. Individuals are encouraged to seek advice from their own tax or legal counsel. Individuals involved in the estate planning process should work with an estate planning team, including their own personal legal or tax counsel. Neither the information presented nor any opinion expressed constitutes a representation by us of a specific investment or the purchase or sale of any securities. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit or protect against loss in declining markets. This material was developed and produced by Advisor Websites to provide information on a topic that may be of interest. Copyright 2014-2018 Advisor Websites.

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The Easiest Investment System Ever

By Loyd Stegent on Mar 12, 2018

The stock market has had a bumpy ride the first few months of 2018. If the ups and downs have left you feeling uneasy, you are not alone. It is a natural reaction to feel confident when the market is up and ready to run for the hills when it is down. However, more times than not, our emotions can betray us when it comes to investing, leading us to sell low and buying high; the exact opposite of what an investor has been taught to do. The good news is you can use these conflicting feelings to work for you by flipping the script and acting in the opposite manor that you are inclined to. Now this is no easy task. Even the most successful investors fall prey to their emotions at some point.

Let’s break this down. Jeff Clark, author of Jeff Clark’s Market Minute, provides a great example in his post titled, “The Easiest Investment System Ever." In his article he talks about the time he went to visit a friend in the hospital. During his visit his attention was drawn to the Pain Scale Chart on the wall. (See Image Below)



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