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The Problem That Won’t Go Away

Do you struggle with a persistent problem that keeps cropping…
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China: I’ll See Your Tariff and Raise You a Currency Devaluation

Two short weeks ago when I penned JOYN’s Mid-Year Market…
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Adrienne’s Corner: The Top 5 Steps to Navigating Family Meetings about Caregiving for Elderly Loved Ones

Being a caregiver for a family member entails much more than…
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JOYN Mid-Year Market Update

The first half of 2019 brought investors a welcomed rebound…
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Three Key Misconceptions Keeping you From Retiring with Confidence

As a JOYN Financial Advisor specializing in retirement planning,…
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The Freedom Quiz: How Free Are You?

We all want our freedom. When we meet with clients in…
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Trade Winds Blow Amidst Market Volatility Over U.S. - China Trade Relations

Last week, market volatility spiked amid heightened focus…
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Adrienne’s Corner: Why it’s Important to Explore Your Money Messages

At JOYN, we believe money is simply a tool to enhance your…
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2018 Year in Review

2018 gave financial markets quite the rollercoaster ride,…
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What We Can Learn From 2018

We were reminded that stock and bond markets go both up and…
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JOYNing with Ebenezer Scrooge: A Fresh Take on “A Christmas Carol”

Our tale begins, as so many tales do, in a north Atlanta…
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When the Market is Plunging, Can I Trust Myself Not to Panic and Sell?

The general answer to this question is no. And why? Because…

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