The investor's chief problem - and even his worst enemy - is likely to be himself.

- Benjamin Graham

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Clare Market Investments, LLC, is a cutting-edge, technology-savvy, registered investment advisor and financial planning firm. We construct customized financial plans to serve as a blueprint for our clients' financial lives and to properly manage risk. In this fast-moving, data-driven world, we employ the latest technology to stay ahead of the market and to maximize risk-adjusted portfolio returns. 

 

 

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As your trusted advisor, our job is to help you address the complexities of today's marketplace with professional guidance, a disciplined process, proper resources and unceasing vigilance. It is our privilege to offer you this kind of service because in your busy life, you have better things to do than spending the kind of time it takes to keep up with the markets.

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We believe that working with a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER TM affords our clients the highest level of competency, ethics and professionalism in the industry. The CFP® professional puts the client’s interest first, providing financial planning services only in the best interest of the client - a “fiduciary” standard.

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Helping clients organize their financial life with a customized digital wealth management portal: A dynamic offering that consolidates assets, tracks cash-flow, spending and savings, and providing online workshops, videos, and articles to educate how important financial decisions will impact their future. 

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These are truly remarkable times in the mortgage industry. Mortgage rates are still at their lowest point in more than 50 years presenting homeowners with a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to lock in rates while they’re at or near the bottom. No one can say for certain whether rates can or will drop even further, but what is certain is that, at some point, they will go up. On the other side of the equation, there are fewer homeowners who can qualify for the lowest rates due to the erosion of home equity or, perhaps, some credit issues that arose during the economic downturn. However, if you have equity in your home and you escaped the recession unscathed, there may be no better time to refinance your mortgage.

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When Should I Change My Life Insurance Coverage?

By Keith A. Rhodus on Jan 15, 2018

The one thing we of which we can all be certain is change.  Life happens every day and, as a result, we are constantly assessing our situation and changing our course, usually by making small adjustments.  A life insurance purchase is one of the few decisions we make with a more long term perspective. But, over time, as life unfolds, we may find that even our life insurance coverage may no longer provide the protection it once did.  As with any core element of our financial situation, a change in life insurance coverage should be only be considered after a thorough review of your current and future financial needs.

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