Happy Halloween! As our families stock up on candy and prep the costumes, we wanted to take the time to wish all of our clients a safe and fun holiday. While we can’t fill your pillowcase with treats, we can fill you in on some helpful investment insights that are well-suited for the ghoulish season. Read up on the Halloween investment strategy that may boost your returns in the coming months. To get our own Joshua Wilson’s take on the Halloween strategy and his recommended stocks to purchase, check out our post on the Best Stocks for Halloween 2016.
Have a fantastic Halloween!
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