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What is a stock split?
With stock splits in the news, we want to touch on what this term means, the process of splitting stocks and how it affects investors. #LearnArticleSpotlight
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How long will my retirement savings last?
Once you’ve retired you’ll be living off any savings you have, Social Security benefits, and, if need be, further assistance from friends, family, civic groups, and maybe further government assistance. You’ll need all this support because you’re likely to keep living for a long time after you’ve stopped working. #Retirement #LearnArticleSpotlight
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5 SEC Filings and What They Mean
The SEC is an independent government body established by the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. It was created in order to restore investor confidence following the stock market crash of 1929. The agency is tasked with maintaining a fair market, protecting investors and facilitating access to capital. #LearnArticleSpotlight #SECFilings
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