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15 More Times

Life passes quickly. If you now live at a distance from your loved ones, how many more times will you see them? Is there a decision — financial or otherwise — that would enable you to see them
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A Worried Investor No More

Don't waste time with investing-related discouragement, regret, and second-guessing. There's a more constructive approach.
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Bear Markets Are a Grind

A market downturn inflicts double-edged pain, as investors suffer both monetary loss and emotional fatigue. You can’t make the pain go away, but you can keep two important things in mind.
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If You Want to Arrive Safely, You’ve Got to Stay in the Boat

Even when investing waters get rough, the best approach for the long haul is to stick with a structured, unemotional strategy.
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Lessons From Past Bear Markets – Are You Prepared?

We don’t yet know if we're facing a prolonged bear market. But if so, are you ready to take advantage of it?
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Money Lessons From Mom and Dad

Even if parents never teach their kids overt lessons about finances, how mom and dad use their money will speak volumes.
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Financial Surrender

The journey to maximum satisfaction in life begins with a humble willingness to follow God’s lead.
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Which of SMI’s Portfolio Strategies Best Fits Your Personal Situation?

You're more likely to progress financially if you invest according to a time-tested strategy. Here's what you need to know to choose an approach that's right for you. 
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Resisting Financial Temptations

Managing money requires self-control. But where does self-control come from? What can woo our hearts away from financial temptations?
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Once More, With Feeling

The pursuit of God-glorifying goals requires a daily choosing, a daily remembering. We must continually “take off” the old self and “put on” the new.
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