Are You Investing Like It’s the 1950s?

Make sure your portfolio’s design is truly “modern,” because the stock market is a completely different world than it was in the ’50s, when the theory of diversification (which many advisers still follow) was developed.

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Most investment professionals will tell you that, although it doesn’t guarantee against loss, diversification is a critical part of reaching your long-range financial goals.

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Megan Clark, Investment Adviser Representative
CEO & Executive Wealth Manager, Clark and Associates Inc. Financial Solutions

Megan Clark is CEO & Executive Wealth Manager at Clark & Associates Inc. Financial Solutions and is an Investment Adviser Representative and Insurance Professional. As a financial adviser, she is passionate about helping families create a holistic financial plan, and she often holds "For Women By Women" informational seminars to reach out and help assist women in pursuing their goals. Clark is a graduate of the University of Virginia. Investment Advisory services offered through Brighter Financial Capital Management LLC, a SEC Registered Investment Adviser. 

Securities offered only by duly registered individuals through Madison Avenue Securities, LLC. (MAS), Member FINRA & SIPC. Advisory services offered only by duly registered individuals through Brighter Financial Capital Management, LLC, a registered investment advisor. Clark & Associates, Inc. Financial Solutions, Brighter Financial Capital Management, LLC and MAS are not affiliated entities.