Windermere Wealth Advisors, LLC Launches Market Perspectives

Nov. 8, 2012

Quarterly Newsletter Plans Feature to Dispel Money Myths for Readers

Windermere Wealth Advisors, LLC (“Windermere”) recently announced the launching of its quarterly newsletter, Market Perspectives. The newsletter will contain a new feature dispelling money myths for its readers in each edition.

Pam Evason, Windermere’s Managing Director, said, “No matter your professional background and discipline, I’m sure you’ve heard statements concerning your area of expertise that made you pause and wonder ‘how can there be such misinformation; how can I share my knowledge to improve understanding?’

“We continually run into such statements as it relates to money and investing as it can be a challenging and oftentimes intimidating subject. We’re hoping to address one such myth each quarter and dispel some misinformation in the process.”

To sign up for Market Perspectives, go to www.windermerewealth.com and click on Research & Commentary or email to confidential@windermerewealth.com for a subscription.

Windermere is an employee-owned independent investment advisory firm built to assist individuals in turning their financial visions into a reality. Our credentialed, independent advisors offer one-on-one solutions grounded in research, education, and expertise. For more information, call Pam Evason, Managing Director, at 414-716-6150 or visit www.windermerewealth.com.

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