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Between the market low in March 2009 and the end of 2019, the S&P 500 returned just shy of 500%.  As the new decade dawned, stocks built on the momentum that started in 2009, grinding higher in fits and starts, occasionally interrupted by the crisis du jour, charting a course where the trend was decidedly upward.

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A research paper from Stanford University suggests that college "selectivity" and college rankings matter far less than most people think. Instead, the biggest predictor of future career success & happiness seems to be "student engagement" during college at a college that is a "good fit" for their personality.

 

What does this mean for you and your college-bound child?  Read more to find out.

Eads & Heald quoted in article on Experian.com.

Eads & Heald quoted in "Your Teen" magazine

November 27, 2017

Eads & Heald quoted in a slideshow article on TheStreet.com.

June 30, 2017

Media coverage of Eads & Heald's 30 year anniversary!

Eads & Heald quoted in U.S. News & World Report

Eads & Heald quoted in Atlanta Business Chronicle

October 13, 2010

Self-published.  Our stock market "outlook" from the vantage point of the year 2020 looking back a decade.  We believe investors will be pleased.

June 17, 2009

Self-published.  The technology bubble of the 1990's was wrongly billed as a “new paradigm”, if one is to believe the media at the time. Technology stocks were the new normal, according to sentiment at the time. Seemingly, nothing could stop technology stocks, and their enormous PE ratios were here to stay.  Wrong!

March 18, 2009

When the stock market gets beaten down week after week, many investors fall victim to a common psychological urging. Many investors believe it is best to get out of the market in order to stop the financial bleeding. Unfortunately, this could cause severe damage to an investment portfolio’s returns in the long-run...

March 18, 2009

The Ponzi scheme episode with Bernard Madoff has resulted in many people asking how to prevent connecting with a dishonest investment advisor.  No selection process is 100% reliable. However, some simple criteria can carry the chances of hiring a dishonest person down to near zero...

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