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2018 MEETING CALIFORNIA DENTISTS’ GUILD

April 20-21, 2018 La Playa Hotel, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA Group Rate: $299/nite for CDG Call: 1-800-582-8900 Guest Speakers: Gregory Bankowski, AYCO “Tax Law Changes” Adam Brown, T. Rowe Price, “Market Overview” and CDG Service Providers ABD Retirement Plan Advisors Download Flyer HERE                            …

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Save The Date

What: CDG Member Meeting When: April 20th and 21st Where: La Playa Hotel. Camino Real at Eighth Avenue, Carmel, CA 93921 Details: Invitations Coming Soon

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2016 Mid-Year Participant Letter WHAT BREXIT?

THE FIRST HALF OF 2016 provided a choppy ride. We were faced with continued concerns about global economic growth, uncertainty about interest rates, slowly rising oil prices and the prospect of a contentious U.S. presidential election. Stock market volatility spiked higher early in the year, fell off at the close of the first quarter and…

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By The Numbers

1. NOT MUCH SINCE THEN Since reaching an all-time closing high on 5/21/15 (i.e., 11 months ago), the S&P 500 has gained +0.1% (total return). The S&P 500 consists of 500 stocks chosen for market size, liquidity and industry group representation. It is a market value weighted index with each stock’s weight in the index…

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A Letter from Our CEO

Dear Visitors and Members, The California Dentists’ Guild exists because we offer dentists the highest level of service, best investments, third party administration and personal service at minimal cost, using our economies of scale as a $100 million dollar company. Our mission of “founded by dentists and managed by professionals” has stayed resolute since 1966, and we…

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Second Quarter 2016 Plan Sponsor Newsletter

THE FIRST HALF OF 2016 provided a choppy ride for investors. They faced continued concerns about global economic growth, uncertainty about interest rates, slowly rising oil prices and the prospect of a contentious U.S. presidential election. Stock market volatility spiked higher early in the year, fell off at the close of the first quarter and…

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