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Weiss Capital ManagementMarket Update as of 2017

Financial markets remain extremely volatile leading us to become more cautious about our outlook then we have been in quite some time. In particular, we are waiting to see whether ongoing financial-market turmoil will leave a lasting impression on the US and UK economy. If economic growth moderates more than we are expecting, corporate earnings would most likely be negatively impacted and ultimately stock prices. We will know more as the weeks and months unfold.

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Five Rules for Protecting Your Portfolio During Stock Market Declines

An Important Message from Sebastian Leburn, CFA and Chief Investment Officer at Weiss Capital Management

I’m the portfolio manager of the Weiss Bear Strategy, and I believe that given the ongoing stock-market volatility, it’s important to talk about the possibility of further US stock market declines.















 

Tips to Keep You on Track
 
Retirement planning made simple!

You've heard the old adage ... there are only two guarantees in life: death and taxes. Well, there is another one, aging. We're all going to get older whether we like it or not. You can't stop Father Time from knocking at your doorstep. With that in mind, most of us don't want to work during our "golden years" when we could be enjoying time with our spouse, family, playing golf, fishing - whatever! Retirement is a goal that no matter who you are or where you're from, you want to do it someday.

But in order to have a comfortable retirement "then," you need to start planning "now." Here's a simple plan to help your preparation:

Be realistic. Many "online" retirement calculators ask for the amount you believe you'll need to live comfortably at retirement. Now, for those in their 20s, 30s or even 40s, this could be hard to speculate. After all, outside a 5-10 year time horizon, who knows what the future will have in store - lifestyle, health needs, taxes, investment returns - it's pretty much up in the air. So we believe when you start planning, plan at your current income and lifestyle situation, and then recalculate as your circumstances change. The important thing is to START your planning and put away what you can afford, today.

Get into the groove. As we mentioned above, your first step is to START saving. Get into the habit of putting money away, or even better, having it automatically deducted from your paycheck into your 401(k) or 403(b) plan. This way, the sooner you start saving, the sooner your money can start working for you.

We suggest putting a manageable amount, like 5% of your income, into a tax-deferred retirement plan. If 5% is too much, then contribute whatever you can afford. Does your company match retirement contributions? Yes...even better. In that case, to get the most out of employer match plans, try and save enough to qualify for the entire match.

Flying on autopilot. Out of sight, out of mind, right? We think so, especially when we're talking employer sponsored retirement plans. One of the easiest ways to stick with a savings plan is to make it automatic - have your job deduct the money directly from your paycheck before you spend it, and more importantly, before you pay taxes on it. Having automatic deductions taken from your paycheck ensures that retirement saving is consistent.

If you don't have a workplace savings plan, setting one up with a bank, brokerage firm, or directly with a fund is pretty easy. Typically, it involves a phone call and a voided check - so the money can move from your checking account directly into your "retirement fund" every month effortlessly. And some plans can start with as little as $100 a month. So check around!

You're not in it alone. At Weiss Capital Management, we specialize in providing you with solutions to your investing needs. Give us a call at 800.814.3045 and speak with one of our licensed Financial Advisers, or visit our UK Site.
The information contained herein is solely for informational purposes and shall not be considered a solicitation to buy or an offer to sell any security to any person in any jurisdiction where such offer, solicitation, purchase or sale would be unlawful under the securities laws of such jurisdiction. These statements are for general information purposes only and are not intended as a substitute for performing your own independent research. They are not meant as investment advice and may change at any time. 8/15/06

The 7-day yield as of September 28, 2007 is 4.01%. Ticker symbol: WEOXX. Call us today at 800.242.8092, visit our website at www.WeissFund.com, where you can download a Fund prospectus and application, check the 7-day yield, or send an email to AskUs@WeissCS.com.

Click here for important Disclaimers and Disclosures

As seen on CNBC.com, September 17, 2007. Steve Chapman, Vice President at Weiss Capital Management, comments on Fed action.

As Seen on CNBC, on August 31, 2007. An interview with Sebastian Leburn, CFA, Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager, Weiss Capital Management, Inc.

As Seen on CNBC, on July 23rd, 2007. An interview with Sebastian Leburn, CFA, Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager, Weiss Capital Management, Inc.

As Seen on CNBC, on July 16th, 2007. An interview with Sebastian Leburn, CFA, Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager, Weiss Capital Management, Inc.

As Seen on CNBC.com, on June 10th, 2007, an interview with Sebastian Leburn, CFA, Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager, Weiss Capital Management, Inc.

As Seen on CNBC.com, on March 16th, 2007, an interview with Steve Chapman, Vice President and Portfolio Manager, Weiss Capital Management, Inc.


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