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Aaron Skloff, Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder, Master of Business Administration (MBA), is the Chief Executive Officer of Skloff Financial Group, a Registered Investment Advisory firm. The firm specializes in financial planning and investment management services for high net worth individuals and benefits for small to middle sized companies. He can be contacted at www.skloff.com or 908-464-3060.
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How Margin Calls Can Transform Market Downturns Into Market Crashes The selloff in crypto, stocks and bond markets so far this year has been exacerbated by billions of dollars in margin calls. Investors rarely hear about margin calls except during market downturns. WSJ’s Dion Rabouin explains what they are and the unique way they are […]
Personal Finance Expert Suze Orman’s Number One Investment Right Now Personal finance expert Suze Orman joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss what she sees as the number one investment right now: I Bonds, a savings bond that earns interest based on combining a fixed rate and an inflation rate. Click Here for Your Long Term Care […]
Long Term Care University – Question of the Month – 06/15/22 Research By Aaron Skloff, AIF, CFA, MBA Q: Some insurance companies offer Partnership Qualified long term care insurance policies. Can you explain what that means, what advantages it may provide and details on the Alabama Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program? The Problem […]
Here’s Why Your Next 401(k) Statement May Shock You Even if you’re anticipating a slide in your 401(k) balance, you may not be ready for a new calculation on your expected monthly income on your nest egg. CNBC’s Sharon Epperson joins ‘Squawk Box’ with the details. Click Here for Your Long Term Care Insurance Quotes
What It Takes for a Bear Market to Turn Around As markets react to interest-rate hikes and the threat of a recession, stocks are dropping closer to bear-market territory. WSJ’s Gunjan Banerji explains what it takes to push stocks back into a bull market and why it’s hard to predict when they’ll turn around. Click […]