Category Archives: Jeffrey Karp

We Have Moved!

Our blog has moved to our fresh new company website! Please update your bookmarks to our new location: http://www.karpfinancial.com/permissiongrantedblog Regards, Jeff Karp and Jeff Kendall, Karp Financial Strategies

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Where Do We Go From Here? Strategies for Moving Forward After a Market Correction

Start the celebration, the market correction of September/October 2014 is officially over. Or is it? Wouldn’t it be great if there were specific dates that could be identified as the beginning and end of downtrends in the stock market? Wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Jason Ray’s Inspiring Gift

The path to financial freedom may be paved with a great investment portfolio, but the unexpected may call for some smoothing out. The mission of my last post was to raise awareness about life insurance and the importance of including … Continue reading

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Life Insurance 101

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. Protecting the people we love the most is incredibly important, yet approximately 30% of American households have no life insurance, and over 50% think they are under insured.[1] Why does a car have a … Continue reading

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An Unlikely Home: Historical Preservation in Mooresville

Six months ago, as my car’s GPS directed my car up Gum Street to McNeely Avenue, I got my first glimpse of what would be my new place of employment. From the first look at the grand restored gem at … Continue reading

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“Go Right to the Source and Ask the Horse”

I confess: this weekend, I could not help myself. While watching some TV, I stopped on a rerun of the show “Mr. Ed”. I realize that some of my readers just did a memory flashback, and others (generally, Gen X … Continue reading

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Is Your Identity Safe?

In 1978, The Who released the song “Who Are You?” asking that question over and over, because, as the song said, “we really want to know.” Thirty six years later, that very same question is asked of us, on a … Continue reading

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The Value of Every Day

I have a saying…”No one has a lifetime guaranteed no-cut contract, so be sure to enjoy each and every day.” It’s why at Karp Financial Strategies we make “a lifetime of enjoyment” a core mission for all of our clients. … Continue reading

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March Madness 2014

You can tell that it’s mid-march because, as happens each year, all eyes will be glued to the TV for March Madness-NCAA Basketball tournament for the next few weeks. Even non-basketball fans get caught up in the hype, for who … Continue reading

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March Madness in the Markets

With the exception of last year’s steady rise, March has been maddening for investors. In three of the past four years the S&P 500 raced higher in March only to reverse all of those gains in a pullback of about … Continue reading

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