IMPORTANT: Announcement and Guidance During COVID-19 Situation

For more than 33 years, the primary concern of Bill Few Associates is our dedication to keeping our clients’ best interests our top priority. In response to the current economic and financial market conditions due to COVID-19, we want to assure our clients of our continued commitment to your financial well-being. We are here. We […]

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5 Important Retirement Planning Age Milestones

5 Important Retirement Planning Age

By: Bill Few Advisor, ReShelle Barrett, CFP® Remember the excitement of turning 16 so you can get your driver’s license?  And 21 to be a legal adult?  Important birth dates don’t end there.   As you head toward retirement, consider the following dates as they may be critical in ensuring your financial plan’s success: Age 55:  Possible […]

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Feeling All Right – Financial Market Update

Feeling All Right – Financial Market Update Last September, everything felt fine. Led by technology stocks, the stock market was up over 10%. The Federal Reserve raised the fed funds rate 0.75% at this point in 2018, causing bond performance to be basically flat, but at least savers were earning something in their savings accounts […]

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Interest Rates – How Low Can They Go?

Interest Rates – How Low Can They Go? According to Bloomberg data, the world’s stockpile of negative-yielding debt nearly tripled in size from just a year ago. This phenomenon was born of unorthodox monetary policy carried out by central banks – namely, those in Europe first and then Japan – in the hope of boosting […]

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Superstition – Stock Market and Investing

Stock Market and Investing Superstition The opening lyrics to the Stevie Wonder song “Superstition” from 1973 are: Very superstitious, writing’s on the wall Very superstitious, ladders bout’ to fall Thirteen-month-old baby, broke the lookin’ glass Seven years of bad luck, the good things in your past When you believe in things that you don’t understand […]

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