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Photo of the Arthur Ashe statute at US Open Tennis

Why Invest in International Companies?

We were fortunate enough to attend the US Open Tennis Championship in Queens, NY over the Labor Day weekend. It is one of the more enjoyable sporting events due to the ability to choose between multiple matches on several courts. As I had not  been to the U.S. Open  championship for a few years, I noticed […]

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Stocks for the Long term includes are global stocks

Stocks for the Long Run

Stocks for the Long Run is a newly updated book from Jeremy J. Siegel that was originally published in 1994. Professor Siegel teaches at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has written extensively for the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times.  The book is essentially an encyclopedia of knowledge concerning the global stock markets. […]

The foregoing content reflects the opinions of Crimmins Wealth Management and is subject to change at any time without notice. Content provided herein is for informational purposes only and should not be used or construed as investment advice or a recommendation regarding the purchase or sale of any security. There is no guarantee that the statements, opinions or forecasts provided herein will prove to be correct. Past performance may not be indicative of future results. All investing involves risk, including the potential for loss of principal. There is no guarantee that any investment plan or strategy will be successful.
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