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Financial Workshops

When it comes to your financial future, knowledge is the critical first step. We strive to help you make informed financial decisions about the days ahead.

Upcoming Educational Events


We've certainly had our share of market volatility. But the fact remains that asset bubbles, debt crises, political uncertainty, currency swings, international conflicts, and economic conditions - in the United States and abroad - can spur volatility in the financial markets. And often it's a case of when and not if it happens. 

It's only natural to be concerned when the market drops. And yet, even during turbulent times, you can more comfortably ride out a financial storm if you're prepared and have sound financial strategies in place. 

The workshop itself is an easy-to-follow presentation with colorful graphics that highlight the latest facts and figures. 

Join us at the Central Park- Goldy S. Lewis Community Center for an informational workshop covering Surviving Market Swing Strategies on Thursday, February 21st from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM or Tuesday, February 26th from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM. 

Just for attending the workshop, you will receive a FREE workbook on sound investment strategies to position your portfolio for the future. This 20-page resource is packed with information, exercises, and questions that will help you evaluate your current financial strategies - and, if necessary, help you develop new ones. 

Surviving Market



Seating is limited, so sign up today!

No Charge to Attend!

Attend this seminar and learn about:

  • How recent events have influenced stocks


  • Factors that can affect the economy and the financial markets


  • Developing a sound financial strategy


  • Choosing core investment vehicles to add diversification to your portfolio


  • Understanding investment taxation, including capital gains and losses


  • Using fundamental tactics to enhance your investing potential


  • Overcoming risky behavior

  • Keeping expectations in check and preparing for the unexpected