John L. Diaz, CFP

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Name: John L. Diaz, CFP
Date registered: April 22, 2012
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John is the founder and President of Premier Wealth Advisors, LLC., a boutique Investment Advisory firm headquartered in Midtown Manhattan. John has been guiding clients in all aspects of Financial Planning and asset management solutions for over 25 years. He is a Certified Financial Planner / CFP and a member the Financial Planning Association / FPA. John is also registered with First Allied Securities, Inc. as an OSJ branch Designated Registered Principal (DRP), and currently maintains his FINRA Series 3, 4, 7, 24, 51, 63 and 65 licenses.

Latest posts

  1. Facing your Fear: Preventing Fear-Driven Investing with Long-Term Planning — February 29, 2016
  2. Market Month – January 2016 — February 5, 2016
  3. Market Volatility – Our Thoughts — January 27, 2016
  4. It’s not too late for a few year-end Tax Saving tips! — December 11, 2013
  5. Rising Interest Rates and the Fed “Taper Tantrum” — July 1, 2013

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Facing your Fear: Preventing Fear-Driven Investing with Long-Term Planning

JD Asset TV 2-2016

  John L. Diaz, CFP, the CEO of Premier Wealth Advisors, LLC, talks about the concerns he hears from his clients regarding the increased volatility in the market, and shares his strategies on allocating to both mitigate volatility and take advantage of possible upsides. February 18, 2016 06 mins 26 secs    

Market Month – January 2016

The Markets For equity markets around the globe, the start of 2016 can easily be described as rocky at best. The volatility has been fueled by continuing uncertainty and worries over the effects of declining oil prices and a plummeting Chinese stock market. While these issues have been around for quite a while, it almost …

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Market Volatility – Our Thoughts

I would begin by saying Happy New Year but, unfortunately, in the financial world this new year has been anything but happy. US equity indexes are off to their worst start in history, with the S&P 500 Index down more than 8% since the ball dropped in Times Square less than 3 weeks ago. Similar …

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It’s not too late for a few year-end Tax Saving tips!

As the weather turns colder and the end of 2013 approaches, there is still enough time to do some year-end tax planning so that you can hopefully keep as much of your money in your pocket, rather than sending it off to Washington next April. Here are 3 tax savings techniques that may help you …

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Rising Interest Rates and the Fed “Taper Tantrum”

10 yr treasury chart JD

Volatility has returned to the financial markets with a vengeance! The fixed income (bond) market as well as the equity markets have experienced extreme price swings and declines these past few weeks; sparked by fear that we have entered a rising interest rate environment much sooner than many expected. Although it has been obvious to …

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Important Financial Considerations for Divorced or Separated Women

If you are divorced or separated, the decisions you make about money will play a large role in your future financial security.  While we all know that money itself can’t buy or ensure happiness, your ability to manage your money will to a large extent dictate whether you will be able to reach a comfortable …

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