Field Your Dreams
Major League Baseball has returned to ballparks across the country. While it's exciting to see sluggers and aces back on the field, the return of baseball serves a more useful purpose: the chance to hone your investing skills. That's because many of the fundamentals that are key to the sport can help you develop a solid portfolio. Here are some useful lessons from the national pastime:
1. Good Investing Isn't About Hitting Home Runs
2. Don't Listen to The Chatter
3. It Ain't Over Til It's Over
4. The Most Expensive Rosters Don't Necessarily Make The Best Teams
5. Be Prepared For Any Pitch That's Thrown At You
Kerry Close - April 04, 2016
During the course of a lifetime, personal circumstances change. Some of the most important financial decisions you make, will be the result of marriage, parenthood, home ownership, college education, and retirement. Wherever you are in life, there are several factors to take into account that may affect your financial situation.
Roz Financial is dedicated to helping individuals, families, and business owners develop a long-term, customized plan to help meet their personal and financial goals and dreams. Our job is to examine and take inventory of your financial history both past and present and work with you to establish a strategy to help you attain your desired wealth.
At Roz Financial we put your needs and interests first. We want to keep your financial future sound by monitoring your progress and keeping you in scoring position. Call our office at (224) 612-7057 to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our Certified Financial Planners ®.
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