Mike Hemingway, Portfolio Manager, Provides Us With “ETFs 101”.
We recently sat down to speak with Kathrin Kaiser and Matt Dattilio about ESG investing and what it means for you as an investor.
We asked Bob Boon, Managing Director of Mascoma Wealth Management, to give us some insight into his investment thoughts.
As we enter into 2021, we asked Matt Dattilio, Senior Portfolio Manager, what he is telling clients about the year ahead and the overall investment landscape.
Mascoma Bank sat down with Mike Hemingway, Portfolio Manager, to share his thoughts on the current investment landscape.
Saving in an IRA comes with tax benefits that can help you grow your money. Key takeaways Give your money a chance to grow. Get tax benefits. The earlier you start contributing, the more opportunity you have to build wealth. It can pay to save in an IRA when you’re trying to accumulate enough money
Success is achieved by time in the market, not in trying to time the market For the past two months, the market declines and market rallies have been historic, as COVID-19 introduced a level of uncertainty that was difficult to quantify, let alone predict. And if the stock markets hate one thing, it’s uncertainty.
Coronavirus quickly turned the market Bull to Bear. Take stock of what that means. A “bear market” occurs when stock prices in general are falling, and then widespread pessimism sustains the continued drop in prices.
Be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy when others are fearful Almost without fail, when the calendar turns there is widespread optimism about future stock market gains. When you hear that, be wary. When markets move to extreme levels, smart investors often make their largest portfolio gains – by doing the opposite of
There are few options for investment available that are quite as well-loved as the Roth IRA. This is true for both young people and those who are approaching retirement, as Roth IRAs come along with numerous advantages when compared to traditional individual retirement accounts. Many people have been told at point or another they should