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On the Radio

 

Listen to Vicki weekly on Inspiration for the Nation with George Kilpatrick!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inspiration for the Nation George Kilpatrick is partnering with Vicki R. Brackens and Brackens Financial Solutions Network, LLC for an exciting new series on wealth-building strategies.  

Tune in WSYR 620 AM Sunday's starting at 9:00 am for the series on the next Inspiration for the Nation!

Power 620 Syracuse   www.power620.com

iHeartradio  https://www.iheart.com/live/power-620-1533/ (or download through iHeartRadio app)

Sunday 9:00AM - 10:00AM ET


Listen to previous episodes:

 

Episode 14 - How to increase your net worth

Episode 13 - Your money when disaster strikes!

Episode 12 - What's on your financial plate?

Episode 11 - Make your money work for you!

Episode 10 - Where does my money go?

Episode 9 - Talking money

Episode 8 -  So you want to be a millionaire?

Episode 7 - Making money by growing your financial pie!

Episode 6 -  Best strategies to get your money right, keep your papers straight, and get organized!

Episode 5 - Why organization is one of the best ways to build wealth.

Episode 4 - Net worth : What it is and how to build it.

Episode 3 - What's important about money to you?

Episode 2 - Women make most of the financial decisions in the family, but are they prepared to handle the responsibility?

Episode 1 - What is the difference between being rich and wealthy.


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Asset Allocation is a strategy of how to invest among broad asset classes. The purpose of Asset Allocation is to control risk by reducing volatility or relative fluctuations in a portfolio thereby optimizing total return (investment returns, dividends and income). Asset allocation won't guarantee a profit or ensure that you won't have a loss, but may help reduce volatility in your portfolio.

Dollar cost averaging does not ensure a profit and or protect against loss in declining markets. When investors consider dollar cost averaging, they should carefully consider their financial ability to invest continuously during periods of low price levels.

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