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Andrew Demosthenous joins Bill Few Associates

Andrew Demosthenous joins Bill Few Associates in 2017 as an equity analyst. In this capacity, Andrew is responsible for extensive quantitative research and analysis of individual equity investment opportunities. He closely monitors financial markets and equity opportunities, working side by side with the portfolio management team to craft custom portfolios for Bill Few Associates clients. […]

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Bill Few Associates, Inc. Announces Alison Wertz as New Board Member

PITTSBURGH, Pa., (January 19, 2017) — Bill Few Associates, Inc. announces the election of Alison F. Wertz, CFP®, CLU®, to the company’s Board of Directors. Alison Wertz is a Senior Vice President and financial advisor at Bill Few Associates, Inc. With more than 20 years of experience, she offers comprehensive financial planning and investment advice […]

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Like Watching a NASCAR Race? — 3rd Quarter Financial Market Update

NASCAR is America’s biggest spectator sport in terms of attendance. For those unfamiliar with the sport, it is a form of auto racing. Its roots come from the rural south where moonshiners needed fast cars and fast drivers to transport their illegal cargo; maybe even to outrun the law on occasion. Today’s NASCAR is now […]

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What affect would negative interest rates in the U.S. have on investors?

As published in “Financial Focus – Down The Rabbit Hole” in the summer 2016 issue of Pittsburgh Quarterly magazine. What affect would negative interest rates in the U.S. have on investors? Potential Impact of Negative Interest Rates An often-misattributed quote is, “compound interest is the greatest invention of mankind.” Whoever deserves credit for the quote […]

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Inheriting an IRA

ReShelle Barrett, CFP® The term “IRA” tends to be used fairly loosely. Although most investors know that it means individual retirement account (or sometimes annuity), many don’t realize there are multiple types of IRAs which are similar on one hand but can be very different on the other. Types of IRAs include traditional, Roth, SIMPLE, […]

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