Investment opportunities amid a pandemic? There are some ways to ensure your head stays above water during the COVID-19 crisis. Bradford offers a few thoughts on where opportunities exist, regardless of where you stand financially in this new bear market.
Despite gold's long-term gains, the metal has had a bullish run since 1971 and it looks to continue through the Trump era. Here's how the Trump administration impacts gold prices and what might be ahead.
At Bradford Financial Center, managing economic ebbs and flows is the primary goal of any investment plan and we do that with diverse investment strategies and well-balanced financial planning. Here are the top benefits to diversifying your investments.
What is the market signaling as it has made sharp turns despite joblessness and what does that mean for savvy investors looking to take advantage of swings?
How the CARES Act impacts investors, RMD and your taxes. The recent passing of the $2.2 trillion 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Bradford highlights how the relief provisions may impact you.
COVID-19 changed everything…except for our resolve, our money management, our financial knowledge and our faith. Here's how Bradford Financial Center is meeting today’s market challenges and sharing insights on how you might look at this pandemic with hopeful eyes.
With the markets demonstrating unprecedented volatility, how do you avoid emotional investing?
Choosing the right financial advisor can be tough. How do you know if it’s the right person (or company) to manage your life savings? It’s an important job and it pays to consider these points as you research the best option for you, your family and your investing. Check out Bradford Financial Center's advice on the key areas of financial planning to discover if it's time to work with a new advisor to manage your...
Tax liability and your financial advisor | More than just helping you grow wealth, a financial advisor can offer strategies to limit your tax liability and help you retain more of your hard-earned money.
In 2019, student loan debt in the U.S. reached $1.6 trillion. Understanding how to pay off student debt faster begins with a disciplined approach to your finances.
Getting your finances in order takes organization and discipline, but the benefits can save you time, money and stress. Follow these top ways to get your finances in order to help reach your financial goals faster.
Are you prepared to reach your financial goals? It starts with a smart plan! Learn how to set up a financial plan on your own. Download our Free Financial Planning Guide to get it right. Bradford’s team provides free reviews of your portfolio when you’re ready to take your plan to the next level.