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John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
August 01, 2016 - White Paper
Midyear: Comparing 2016 Reality to Projections
The first half of 2016 has been perplexing, and perhaps a little frightening, for many investors...
John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
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July 01, 2016 - Article
Why is it Important to Understand your Risk Tolerance?
The degree to which you tolerate risk in your financial investments determines the path taken to achieve your financial goals. It is also an important factor to consider when choosing your investment advisor...
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John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
July 01, 2016 - White Paper
A Brief History of the Dow Jones Industrial Average
One hundred twenty years after the birth of the Dow Jones Industrial Average...
John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
WT Wealth Management
June 01, 2016 - Article
Do Credentials Matter?
An October 9, 2016 article in The Wall Street Journal discussed the importance of financial advisor credentials and concluded that what those credentials are matters even more than simply having them...
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John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
June 01, 2016 - White Paper
Chances & Probability of Global Slowdown
At WT Wealth Management, we have taken the time to review and analyze what we believe...
John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
WT Wealth Management
May 01, 2016 - Article
Do your Insurance Policies Align with your Investment Goals?
It's critical that your investment advisor understand your insurance coverages. When queried, our WT Wealth Management clients often confide that they hold several policies, usually including an old life insurance product or annuity...
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John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
May 01, 2016 - White Paper
Why Preferred Stocks Belong in Your Portfolio
There’s something about the word ‘preferred’ that puts a smile on your face...
John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
April 01, 2016 - White Paper
ARE LOW-VOLATILITY EQUITY STRATEGIES AN UNDISCOVERED SWEET SPOT?
It’s already been a difficult ending to 2015 and a tumultuous start to 2016...
John Heilner Chief Investment Officer
WT Wealth Management
April 01, 2016 - Article
Turn Market Volatility into Investment Dollars
Market volatility like we’ve seen year-to-date 2016 is an opportunity to consider deploying timely financial planning strategies. One approach you may want to consider is a Roth conversion...
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WT Wealth Management
March 01, 2016 - Article
How realistic is your retirement plan?
Education is critical before developing a realistic retirement plan. More often than not, people believe they can live in retirement on the income they received in their last job, or even less...
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