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Wealth & Wisdom continues to be a leader in communication training and economic trends & shifts research for its members. It provides up to date technology and is committed to personal service.  Wealth & Wisdom is a growing group of professionals from across the country who are deeply concerned about the direction we are heading and the impact it will have on everyone's financial future.  We believe KNOWLEDGE is something you learn, WISDOM is the ability to apply that knowledge to your everyday LIFE.

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Solving the Myth of Rate of Return

It remains the single most motivating factor for almost all investment decisions; yet many people are completely mistaken as to how rate of return really works. Using rate of return (ROR) as the primary way to evaluate the performance of an investment is practically universal. Early in our adult lives we become comfortable with the notion that the return provides a direct and accurate way to judge an investment’s value. Often, the pursuit of good returns leads us to change advisors, choose new ...

What Is Inflation? How It's Measured and Managed

Definition: Inflation is the rising price of goods and services over time. It's an economics term that means you have to spend more to fill your gas tank, buy a gallon of milk, or get a haircut. That increases your cost of living.   Inflation reduces the purchasing power of each unit of currency. U.S. inflation has reduced the value of the dollar. Compare the Dollar's Value Today with that in the ...

A short history of QE and the market

Since November 2008, the Federal Reserve has gone through three rounds of quantitative easing to help stimulate the economy. Whether the efforts have helped for the long-term has yet to be seen, but many expect the Fed's actions to start tapering off later this year. Here's a look at key events in the Federal Reserve's bond-buying efforts, as well as the market's reaction.   November 25, 2008 Fed unveils $800 billion plan to bolster lending, housing With financial markets still not working ...
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