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The Education of an Investor

We hope you’re benefiting financially from being an SMI member. But more than that, we want you to grow in Christ and in your role as a steward of God’s resources.
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Don’t Let Challenging Times Cause You to Forget What You Have Learned from Experience

If you’re finding your investing journey especially challenging right now, remember these four things.
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When the Market Environment Gets Stormy, Rely on Your Instrument Panel

In times of uncertainty and fear, it’s crucial to rely on the discipline of a structured, proven approach to risk management. That’s just what SMI provides.
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What We All Need to Know

In times like these, it's crucial to remember lessons from market history, as well as reassuring truths from God’s Word.
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An Opportunity to Grow

The rapid market pullback in late-February rekindled an emotion many investors hadn’t felt in a while — fear. As you consider the events of the day, we suggest you think about things from a perspective that is not of this
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How to Keep Dancing With One Eye on the Door

Even as market risk increases, you can invest with confidence if your blend of SMI strategies and your overall stock/bond allocations are appropriate.
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“Make No Little Plans”

What "unreasonable" adventure is God calling you to in 2020? Are you ready to follow His plans?
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Building Your Eternity Portfolio

We'd like to send you a free book that'll help you become more intentional about investing your resources in things that generate eternal treasure in heaven. After all, giving is the ultimate
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The Day Thanks Went Missing

Surely, there are certain people who've made a lasting and positive difference in your life — perhaps a teacher, a pastor, or a neighbor. Have you ever said, “Thank you”?
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Determining Worth

Do you value yourself based on the current “going prices” in society’s marketplace? Or, do you value yourself by the eternal price Someone was willing to pay for you?
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