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Dan Nestlerode

Dan Nestlerode is the Director of Research and Portfolio Management at Nestlerode & Loy Investment Advisors in State College. A graduate of Penn State University, Nestlerode has been an investment advisor since 1965. He can be reached at danielj@nestlerode.com.

Articles by Dan Nestlerode

The Gathering Clouds of War
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The Gathering Clouds of War
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
It seems to me that the world is falling back into isolation, fear, and feuding. We don't have the enlightened leaders, here or abroad, who can make the world a safer place for everyone. [Read More]
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The Whole Idea of Retirement is Now in Flux
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The Whole Idea of Retirement is Now in Flux
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
Those who no longer trade their time for money (what we call work) are now living on their investments ... At two percent, a million dollars generates just $20,000 a year or $1,667 per month, hardly a living income for those with seven figure aspirations. [Read More]
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Know When to Hold 'Em and Know When to Fold 'Em
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Know When to Hold 'Em and Know When to Fold 'Em
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
So here we are looking into the future -- trying to perceive what the New Year will bring investors in the stock market. Since 1950, the January barometer has been remarkably accurate. "Down" Januarys have been followed by a new or continued bear market, a 10% correction, or a flat year. [Read More]
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2014 – A Year to be of Service to Others
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2014 – A Year to be of Service to Others
15 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
The technology that enables us to live longer comes with the need to accumulate capital to accomplish things one person’s wealth alone could not accomplish. Capitalism and the investment markets were born as a result. [Read More]
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Higher Interest Rates Ahead?
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Higher Interest Rates Ahead?
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
All investors must stay nimble in this environment by maintaining the ability to sell quickly if the situation warrants. Investors must pay attention and follow the daily price movements of their investments to be aware of the changes that are inevitable ... [Read More]
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A World Without Consequences?
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A World Without Consequences?
21 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
Exploring the wonders of smoking ended badly when my friend Slater and I smoked a pack of Camels in a half hour and we were both a tad green. I never went back, regardless of the coolness of the cigarette advertising. [Read More]
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The Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare
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The Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare
23 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
It will be a miracle if the Affordable Care Act ever works as advertised. The notion that you could add thirty million more consumers to the health care system without increasing the number of health care providers or organizations defies all logic. [Read More]
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What are You Focused On? The Government Shutdown is Only Part of the Picture
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What are You Focused On? The Government Shutdown is Only Part of the Picture
27 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
If you can pull yourself away from this drama for a moment, there are more important trends in the economy that will likely have more impact on your investments than the current gridlock. [Read More]
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No skin in the game: Congress and the home mortgage debate No skin in the game: Congress and the home mortgage debate
28 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Much has been written, proposed and even encoded into the law of the land as a result of real estate speculation, bubble bursting and its related fallout.   I was not a party to of any of this multi-year event, easily avoiding the problems through the application of sound financial [Read More]
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No Skin in the Game: Congress & the Home Mortgage Debate
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No Skin in the Game: Congress & the Home Mortgage Debate
31 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
Banks cannot force people to borrow money. Borrowers have a responsibility to understand the commitment they are undertaking and to follow the time tested financial principles of mortgage loans and home ownership. [Read More]
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