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MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Often cited top financial advisor, Larry Rosenthal offers five sure-fire ways to slash spending, helping gift-givers stay out of The Poor House and still light up the faces of young and old alike this holiday season.

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PRESS RELEASE'Risk Averse' Investors Urged to Note Market Volatility Projections

Published: Feb 7, 2019 5:45 p.m. ET

WASHINGTON, Feb. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Market volatility rates are projected to be on the upswing in comparison to the last seven years, a likelihood that will be of great interest to millions of "risk averse" investors, says top financial advisor Larry Rosenthal, president of Rosenthal Wealth Management.

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Beleaguered bank and biotech stocks may soar as political ‘pendulum’ swings to growth

Philip van Doorn featuresLarry Rosenthal, CFP, president of Rosenthal Wealth Management Group, in a piece about how banking and biotechnology stocks may be among the two biggest beneficiaries following Donald Trump’s election

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It’s Time for Your 401(k)’s Annual Physical

Larry Rosenthal, CFP, president of Rosenthal Wealth Management Group, is featured in an article by Andrea Coombes of The Wall Street Journal on to-do items to keep your 401(k) on track in 2017. Rosenthal suggests increasing your contribution rate and reviewing the whole picture, including your spouse’s accounts, to ensure your investments are diversified.

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Tips for last-minute college funding strategies

Liz Skinner of InvestmentNews features Larry Rosenthal, CFP, president of Rosenthal Wealth Management Group, in an article on advice for clients who are getting a late start putting money away for their kids college education. Rosenthal notes that he has had to recommend to clients more than once not to send their child to expensive colleges and explains that they're not getting a more valuable education than the student paying $120,000 less

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