Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope that this Thanksgiving finds everyone in relatively (we’re all getting older, aren’t we!) good health, surrounded by friends, family, food and beverages of your choice. While many of us have lost friends and family members that may have gathered with us in the past, or we may be suffering through our own health problems, or facing other personal or economic difficulties, Thanksgiving is a uniquely American Holiday that is all about giving “Thanks”. So might I suggest that while we say a prayer for those in need, and those we’ve lost, we focus on what we do have and what we can truly be thankful for.

I’ll start by saying a big Thank You, to all of our clients for trusting me with your investments.  Many of us have seen a lot of changes together over the years (going back to 1987), and in terms of change the future doesn’t look to disappoint. While the past never fully prepares one for the future, it does provide guidance. So here is a toast to successfully navigating through our financial futures together. And hope that there will be more opportunities then setbacks in the years ahead.

Enjoy your turkey, enjoy your family and friends and spend a few days relaxing with a smile on your face as we all have so much to be thankful for.

Mr. DeShurko is a registered representative of Ceros Financial Services, Inc. (Member FINRA/SIPC). Ceros is not affiliated with 401 Advisor or Fund Trader Pro. The views expressed are those of Mr. DeShurko and do not necessarily reflect those of Ceros Financial Services, Inc., its employees or affiliates.
Past performance does not guarantee future results. There is no guarantee that any investment or strategy will generate a profit or prevent a loss.

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