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September 20, 2021
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August 30, 2021
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August 23, 2021
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July 27, 2021
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May 24, 2021
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May 19, 2021
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February 1, 2022
Kinkead's Korner
If January is the month of resolutions, then February is when we start to see some action. By now, you probably already have a good idea which resolutions are taking root in your life and which have fallen by the wayside. But don’t lose heart if you’ve let a goal slip, there’s still plenty of time in 2022 to make a considerable impact on your health, investments and other goals. If you find you’re stuck in place or even headed in the wrong direction, surprisingly what’s needed right now isn’t huge sweeping changes but simply one small step - just one action pointed in a new direction to change your course. What do small steps look like? The Guardian article below has some great ideas, but it can be as simple as hitting reply or a phone call or considering our Enhanced Dividend portfolio that produces two streams of income. The articles below also give some excellent perspective on the recent market volatility. Mainly to relax and to focus on the why behind your long term investment strategy. I can help you reset, refocus, and stay on track. Can’t wait to hear from you! Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
January 21, 2022
Kinkead's Korner
With all the speculation around in 2022, including the effects of inflation and an ongoing pandemic, whether markets will continue to soar, along with predicting when the Fed may raise interest rates (and how many times), a quote from the late Donald Rumsfeld, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, comes to mind: “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don't know we don't know.” The idea of known unknowns is helpful in forming your investment portfolio strategy.  * What do we know already (known knowns)?  * Are we conscious of what we are not exploring (unknown unknowns)?  * What about biases and unconscious decisions (unknown knowns)? As this year unfolds and we move into a potentially volatile time in the economy, let’s work closely together, examining your goals and adjusting if needed as conditions change to keep you on track. Here are some insightful articles to get you started. I’d love to know what you think. Let’s keep in touch. Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
December 8, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
We’ve been through a lot in 2021 - more quarantining, hybrid work environments, ups and downs in the economy, the markets and some political uncertainty.  Chances are, you’ve been so busy adjusting to all the changes while also trying to hold onto family ties and traditions that you’ve had little time to relax and enjoy this special season.  Well, now is your time. Take it.  One of the most valuable things you can do in a busy season is to find moments of “me time.” Prioritizing wellness, including in your financial life, and taking time to set your strategy allows you to more generously show up for others and extend goodwill. So, go ahead, start the timer. Carve out a few minutes for yourself today. These articles have some great ideas on how, and I’d love to hear how it inspires you. Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
September 24, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
In the push to go virtual and digitalize everything including work, scheduling, and banking, instead of technology making life easier, do you ever find yourself more stressed out?  You’re not alone. In a world of touchless payments, it’s easy to feel like people are indeed losing touch.  Don’t let that happen this Thanksgiving. Use the tips in the Wall Street Journal article below to manage your tech and still connect for those important conversations during the holiday. And most importantly, take time this weekend to savor all that you've accomplished this year. Gratitude is a very empowering trait that allows us to see and feel beyond the challenges of each day. Reach out to someone that may be alone ... remember that you are the difference. Enjoy the articles. Feel free to share with your connections. Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend. Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
September 24, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
In today's financial markets risk is at the center of all investing. Whether it's a bond, ETF, stock, piece of art or of land, the inherit risk is the real issue.  Thirty years ago when I joined Merrill Lynch as new financial Advisor, the only concern I had was for the client's suitability for the investment and not real risk. Most clients then were long-term investors, pre-retirees and were focused on growth overtime.  Now, almost all of our clients are retired and seek wealth preservation and above average income. Typical asset allocation in stocks, bonds and cash as a strategy is not only ineffective but also carries much more risk now than ever before. Today, using 100% common stocks most with dividends and adding an institutional overlay, investors can actually reduce risk by the numbers not the stock selection. This is our core stratgey for our clients and can produce double digit income streams from their portfolios. Call me to discuss a strategy that has worked for decades. Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
September 14, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
Let me know and I'll send you the Ways & Means Committee's draft proposal, "Responsibly Funding Our Priorities" via email or US mail. The Committee's draft of the new tax proposals is making news. Highlights are focused on corporate taxes, high income earners, capital gains and the lifetime gift tax exemption. In order to fund the different programs for the "social safety net and climate policy" expenses, House Democrats are looking to raise $2 trillion to fund the $3.5 trillion needed for that agenda. Also, with your single or joint gross income I can run an "analysis" regarding these new proposals and you'll see how they might affect you. Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
August 24, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
The question this year has always been, is the magnitude of inflation that we are experiencing transitory or here to stay? It appears that many economists may be changing their consensus on inflation. Francis Scotland, Director of Global Macro Research at Brandywine Global recently stated: "The normalization of the world's major economic regions - at least in terms of real GDP levels - marks the end of the second phase and peak economic growth. The current trajectory should moderate, and growth should slow; what is ambiguous is by how much. Currently, markets seem priced for the middle road ... a soft landing."  Regardless of the market's direction, our covered call portfolio delivers in up, down or sideways markets. Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
August 18, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
Why do we work? It’s a core question that many people ask themselves daily. The most fortunate of us have found the sweet spot where their passion and career coincide. But for many, work in its simplest form is a way to pay the bills and provide for the people we love. This week brings good news on that front - US job openings soared to a record 10.1 million in June, according to the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, or JOLTS. There are now more jobs available in the U.S. than there are workers to work them. And that means opportunity abounds for many to level up, and have more potential now than ever before to live, save or invest in their future. Check out the articles I've attached ... Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
August 9, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
I hope you’ve found some time to relax, recharge and enjoy the summer. This last year and a half is one for the record books! In regards to the financial markets, we have never experienced anything like it in the last several decades. Not only has CV19 affected the markets by interrupting GDP, interest rates and many small and large industries, but we have also entered a new industrial (tech) revolution that began in 2000 and is ready to crescendo in the next decade. Every investor that is "allocated" by the traditional methods (stocks, bonds and cash) in order to decrease risk should reconsider. I am available to offer a second opinion on your current portfolio. Take a look at real institutional risk mitigation and you'll come away a changed investor!  Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead
July 23, 2021
Kinkead's Korner
I decided to focus on the optimism of the word “up” this summer. And now, everywhere I look, things are looking UP! The economy has opened up, many people’s spirits are up, friends and families are meeting up once again. I spent this past weekend UP in Hudson, Wisconsin with our daughter, her husband and 4 grandchildren. It can be quite a powerful thing when we choose to look at the upside.  History has repeatedly shown that regardless of inevitable down periods, the proper (for you) strategy puts you on the path to achieve financial goals and objectives. When things seem down, take a moment to redirect your focus and find what's looking up for you. And on that note, here at The Naples Money Managers, we will continue to manage the best strategy for retirement.   So, let’s talk about what’s up with you lately.  Here are some hand-picked articles from some of the world’s top financial publishers to help inform your week.  Success in all your efforts, John
John Kinkead

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