Edward Quirk

Isn’t It Time to be Concerned About Your Privacy?

In today’s world, there is an increasing risk of privacy violations in which personal, sensitive information may be exposed and your identity stolen, setting in motion a nightmare scenario that can haunt you and your loved ones for years to come.

Mutual Funds or ETF’s – Which Is Better For You?

There are several investments and investing styles to choose from. Mutual funds, ETF’s, stocks, bonds, CD’s, preferred stocks, the list goes on. More than likely you have a variety of investments that combined, make up your investment portfolio. These investments should line up with your risk tolerance and desired goals.

2019's Social Security COLA Announced!

The time has come for another edition of Social Security Announcements. Last year, Social Security recipients received a decent bump of 2.0% and I explained a little bit more of the history of COLAs (cost-of-living-adjustments) and their relationship to Social Security HERE

Market Commentary & Quarterly Overview

By Mark Sorenson Royal Fund Management 

October 11, 2018

Recent market action: Normal market activity in the context of a bull market or, something more to worry about?

Video: Real Estate Investing for the Beginner

 

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First Time Homebuyer Tips

Of all the things you’ll purchase in your lifetime, it’s likely that your home will be the largest, most expensive purchase you will ever make. While homes vary widely in price throughout the U.S., the median price of a home today is close to $300,000.

Yes, You Can Still Buy Savings Bonds

We all remember savings bonds. Once a popular gift for young children, parents could secure the bonds knowing that they could cash them out in the future.

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