Is saving in cash really safer than investing?

Is saving in cash really safer than investing? Are you fearful of seeing your investments decline in value? Do you feel saving and moving your investments to cash is safer for your money? What is safe vs. what is risk? Where is the real risk? Investing in the great companies of American and the world?…

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Stop listening to BILLIONAIRES

Why you need to stop listening to BILLIONAIRES for investing advice Are you taking your investing cues from multi-billionaires and talking heads on TV? Do you think these billionaires have the right ideas and guidance for you? Learn why you need to STOP listening to billionaires’ ideas and financial advice as meaningful for you and…

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A Dependable Forecast for 2022

Most investors love economic and market forecasts. With the markets so uncertain and volatile, our brain craves some sort of idea of what the future holds. But the markets are unpredictable – evidenced by the fact that no one can consistently predict them with accuracy. Of course, a certain forecast will be right from time…

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Climbing a Wall of Worry

Climbing a Wall of Worry It is often said that stock markets climb a wall of worry. This makes sense, since historically the market has gone up BUT there always seems to be something to worry about. 2021 is no exception. Year-to-date (through September), the S&P 500 is up about 15%. Strong stock performance has…

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Creating a Virtuous Cycle

Creating a Virtuous Cycle There are many concerns today that can significantly affect our thoughts, actions and quality of life. Fires out west. A devastating hurricane in the south. Afghanistan. COVID. The list could go on and on. There are many things that are beyond our control in life. However, we can choose to focus…

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Year In Review (Infographic)

Ten Talents Year In Review Infographic It’s that time of year again! Time for the annual “Year In Review” infographic recapping what’s been happening here at Ten Talents Financial Planning, LLC. While it’s been a year full of pandemic changes and surprising twists and turns, it’s also been a year of blessing to serve wonderful…

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Important Dates in 2021 (Infographic)

Are you looking forward to 2021? Here are some important financial planning checklist dates to keep in mind! Please click the graphics below to check them out. Please let me know if you would like a PDF copy of these dates and I’m happy to send that to you (and NOT sign you up for…

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Featured Non-Profit – “SECORCares” in Parker, CO

Poverty lives here? Poverty.  The term conjures up certain images in our minds.  A home in disrepair; a child in tattered clothing, a person begging for money on the side of the street.  We think of third world poverty, rural poverty or urban poverty. Most people, however, don’t expect to find poverty in suburbia.  Loss of…

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What to do with that old 401(k) account?

More likely than not, you’ve changed jobs at least a couple times in your career. When you change companies, it isn’t unusual to leave behind or forget your retirement account (401(k), 403(b), 457, TSP). Often, these old accounts are neglected or rarely revisited for many years. But tending to them is important. Your original investment…

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