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What is a Commodity Super Cycle?

Posted by Donna Richardson on August 5, 2019

Visualizing the Commodity Super Cycle Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the world has seen its population and the need for natural resources boom. As more people and wealth translate into the demand for global goods, the prices of commodities—such as energy, agriculture, livestock, and metals—have often followed in sync. This cycle, which tends […]

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24 Cognitive Biases That Are Warping Your Perception of Reality

Posted by Donna Richardson on July 29, 2019

We are each entitled to our own personal world view. Unfortunately, when it comes to interpreting information and making objective sense of reality, human brains are hard-wired to make all kinds of mental mistakes that can impact our ability to make rational judgments. In total, there are 180+ cognitive biases that mess with how we […]

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40 Stock Market Terms That Every Beginner Should Know

Posted by Donna Richardson on July 20, 2019

Understanding the stock market can be a daunting task for any new investor. Not only are there many concepts and technical terms to decipher, but nearly everybody will try to give you conflicting pieces of advice. For example, if a stock in your portfolio falls in price, should you be accumulating additional shares at a […]

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5 Ways Technology is Transforming the Healthcare Industry

Posted by Donna Richardson on May 26, 2019

Whether it’s information-sharing between patients and doctors or aiding in a high-risk surgery, it’s clear that dynamic applications of technology are well underway in disrupting the healthcare industry. TECH AT OUR FINGERTIPS Today’s infographic from the Online Medical Care highlights healthcare areas where tech is breaking barriers. Here are five ways that technology is impacting […]

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Donna Richardson

We are proud to announce Donna Richardson’s new designation as a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA).

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The role of the CDFA® is to help both client and lawyer understand how the financial decisions made today will impact the client’s financial future, based on certain assumptions.

A CDFA® is someone who comes from a financial planning, accounting or legal background and goes through an intensive training program to become skilled in analyzing and providing expertise related to the financial issues of divorce. The CDFA®: