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On a frequent basis, Tom Curran discusses investment and tax planning topics which he finds to be relevant to Curran Wealth Management's outlook and strategy.

We also hold regular teleconferences and presentations ("Curran Events") that can be attended via web or telephone.
Curran Events are always recorded and replays can be found on this page.

Please feel free to contact us with your views and comments, or topics you would like discussed at an upcoming Curran Event.

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4Q18 Quarterly Letter

The BIGGEST challenge investors face following a severe financial crisis is lack of confidence. As a result history tells us people, when investing, are far too cautious for too long. At Curran, we believe this bull has far to run before the party ends. Many seem to believe buying now is much too late to join in the merry making. Perhaps but maybe buying now is the same as being fashionably late. History will tell us.

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3Q18 Quarterly Letter

Let’s get right to the point of Curran’s 3rd quarter investment letter. Stop worrying about bear markets and corrections. No one knows when the market will decline.

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2Q 2018 Quarterly Investment Letter

Writing a quarterly letter is becoming very difficult as this “Great Bull Market” makes steady advances. More than a few years ago, I decided not to write a market summary and review for the previous quarter. Instead, I was determined to write about Curran’s expectations for future quarters with a focus on a longer time horizon.

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3Q17 Quarterly Investment Letter

With the end of the third quarter, my sense is that investor confidence remains low. What confidence there is seems to be fragile. It is surprising because we are now in the ninth year of the recovery following the financial crisis. With the jobless rate now at 4.2% it would seem we should all feel better about the future of the economy and the markets. Unfortunately it is not the case.

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