• Fox Business – The Intelligence Report

    Kimberly Foss weighs in as a panelist on Fox Business Network’s “The Intelligence Report” with host Trish Regan immediately following the Federal Reserve’s November meeting to discuss the potential impact of the upcoming presidential election on the markets.

  • FOX 40: Getting Ready for Retirement

    Kimberly Foss offers valuable tips on getting ready for the big retirement day!

  • CNBC – Closing Bell – Markets ahead of Yellen

    Kimberly Foss joins CNBC’s “Closing Bell” to weigh in on what she expects from the Fed at its upcoming meeting, the sectors she’s focusing on to generate fixed income for her thriving retirees, and whether current controversial headlines will affect the health care sector.

  • FOX Business – The Intelligence Report

    Kimberly Foss joins Fox Business Network’s “The Intelligence Report” with host Trish Regan to discuss record-breaking S&P 500 highs, the Federal Reserve’s next moves, and the market landscape following Britain’s exit from the European Union.

  • CNBC – Closing Bell – Rotation into Value

    Kimberly Foss appears on CNBC, to discuss value stocks and the real estate sector, as well as the potential Fed rate increase in mid-June.

  • Why You Don’t Need to Fear Market Volatility

    There is a good side to bad markets. Kimberly states that although volatility in the recent market creates anxiety among investors, it also presents the opportunity to buy on discount.

  • FOX40

    Kimberly Foss appears on FOX40 to discuss how to pick the perfect advisor.

  • Overlooked Tax Deductions

    Kimberly offers valuable tax deduction advice. Kimberly states that little deductions add up. For example, you can deduct 14 cents a mile for travel to charity events.

  • CNBC – Closing Bell

    Kimberly says investors are confused in today's market because there are so many opinions out there. Kimberly states that to create wealth you should stay fully invested in the market but to keep value added stocks that pay dividends consistently and maintain healthy balance sheets. Example stocks are ATT, Exxon and Walmart.

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