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John Riley, AIF

Chief Strategist, Cornerstone Investment Services

Phone: RI: 401-453-5550 | TX: 972-563-8990
Toll Free: 1-888-277-5968
Email: jr@cornerstoneri.com
www.cornerstoneri.com

In 1999, John Riley established Cornerstone Investment Services to offer investors an alternative to Wall Street. He is unique among financial advisers for having passed the Series 86 and 87 exams to become a registered Research Analyst. Since breaking free of the crowd, John has been able to manage clients' money in a way that prepares them for the trends he sees in the markets and the surprises Wall Street misses.

Latest Features

Building Wealth
September 2016

My Real World Rules for Investing

After 30 years of industry experience, this financial adviser has seen eight issues consistently plague investors.

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Building Wealth
August 2016

4 Election Year Myths About Investing

Instead of paying attention to all the campaign hoopla, focus on protecting your portfolio in these uncertain times.

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Building Wealth
June 2016

4 Simple Charts that Make Me Worry About the Market

Plus, four steps you can take to protect your portfolio.

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Building Wealth
April 2016

6 Reasons I'm Worried Derivatives Could Take Down the Economy Again

Savers and investors should be concerned that another round of bank failures could happen anew.

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Building Wealth
March 2016

What Trump and the Other Presidential Candidates Are Not Talking About

While our politicians ignore our huge economic problems, investors should brace themselves for the fallout.

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Building Wealth
March 2016

What the U.S. Dollar Can Tell Investors About Oil Prices

Watch the Fed and U.S. dollar to figure out if and when oil may bottom and start to recover.

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Building Wealth
March 2016

How to Prepare Your Bond Portfolio for Rising Rates

The Fed has held rates artificially low for years. Bond investors need to prepare for their inevitable rise.

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Building Wealth
March 2016

Do Not Expect the Stock Growth of Recent Years to Continue

What drove the incredible returns that stocks posted from the end of 2008 through September 2015? Nothing real.

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Building Wealth
February 2016

8 Strategies to Survive a Bear Market

Seven of these strategies are worth considering. The eighth is risky if you really think we are headed into a long-term swoon.

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Building Wealth
February 2016

I See a Major Stock Market Decline Ahead

Do not buy the hype that the market is fairly valued or undervalued. You can see for yourself in the charts below.

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Building Wealth
January 2016

5 Questions to Get You Through the Market Decline

Right now, the best thing you can do is re-examine why you are investing, and be patient.

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