Archive for January, 2012

2011 Recap and 2012 Outlook – Year End Video

Goodbye 2011 and hello 2012! What happened and what’s my outlook for 2012? Optimistic or pessimistic? Watch my video to find out.   TRANSCRIPT: Hi there, Mike Brady with Generosity Wealth Management, and today I want to talk to you about a little bit of a review on 2011, but spend most of my time talking about the current situation right now. And you know, maybe do a little bit of a, …, thinking about 2012 and what the future may hold. 2011 was a real volatile year. I mean frankly, when we look back at year upon year we ... Read More

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I’m sure you’re saying to yourself “I sure wish Mike would share with me his required brochure and related privacy notices”. I’m here to fulfill your wishes! Here they are! Enjoy!!!! Generosity Wealth Management Brochure Generosity Wealth Management Privacy Notice Cambridge Investment Research Privacy Notice Read More

The Hobbit Movie

When I was in high school, I really (I repeat really) got into J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings books. I have very fond memories of the three Lord of the Rings movies and when I was in New Zealand in 2007 my wife and I visited many of the sites where the movie was filmed. Did I mention we’re total geeks? Anyway, The Hobbit movie is being filmed now and will be released this coming December. I’m sure I’ll be commenting on this all year long, so please bear with me. Click for Movie Trailer Read More

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