Smoky Mountain Trader

May 16, 2019

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Mausoleum in Resthaven Me- morial Gardens, inside chap- el, Newport, TN. Companion crypt, inside chapel, front and center, would have to pay for n a m e p l a t e , r e ta i l s f o r $20,000. Selling for $8,000. 423-623-9363. (2) Burial Lots in Jefferson Memorial Gardens, Garden of Cross, $2,200 for both. Trans- fer fee included. 423-667- 0293. Jefferson Memorial Gardens, a rare opportunity to buy 2 bu- rial plots in the beautiful Gar- den of Everlasting Life. $3,000 for both. Transfer fee includ- ed. Call 352-586-6805. 2 CEMETARY LOTS FOR SALE. $250 each, does not include $75 transfer fee. Section 25, Lot A, Graves 1 & 2 in Devotion Garden. Call 423-626-9676. 3 plots, Dandridge Memorial Gardens, two with lawn crypts, opening/closing. Paid $8,000. Selling $3,000. Call 865-719- 5053. White Pine Cemetery (1) Lot, $625. Transfer fee included. Call 865-335-3946. 4 Burial Plots All together, Jefferson Memorial Gardens, The Garden of Gethsemane, Section 92, $1,200 each. Regular priced $1,350 to $1,600. 865-312-2473. 3 Burial plots, Hamblen Mem- ory Gardens, THE GOOD SHEPHERD section, 2 are beside each other, and 1 sin- gle. $2,000 OBO for all three. 423-748-5579. 2 Grave Plots in Hamblen Me- morial Gardens in The Vete- rans Field of Honor. Both for $2,200 OBO. Call 423-736- 1394. G r a n d v i e w C e m e ta r y i n Blount County, 2 burial plots, $1,100 each. Call 423-581- 6761. Two cemetery lots, Jefferson Memorial Gardens, includes opening & closing, lawn crypts & individual memorial plaque, $6,000. Owner pays transfer fee. Call 404-402-7262. Hamblen Memory Gardens, 2 side-by-side grave plots, Gethsemane II Section, and 2 Long crypts, $1,900 for both. 423-317-0970. 2 Grave Spots in two vaults, plus one tombstone, Jefferson Memorial Gardens, $5,000 for both. 423-282-5420. 290 Insurance A T T E N T I O N HOMEOWNERS! How much can you save on your home- owners insurance? Call now for a free quote. Don't Wait! 866-675-0613. If you've noticed an increase in bicycle-related events lately, it may be because May is recog- nized as "Bike Month" – and some cities even observe a specific Bike Week. Of course, bicycling is good exercise and an environmentally friendly method of transportation, but it can also teach us some lessons about investing. HERE ARE A FEW TO CONSIDER: Put the brakes on risky moves. To keep themselves safe, experienced cyclists regularly do two things: They keep their brakes in good shape and they don't take unnecessary risks, such as whipping around blind curves. As an investor, you can combine these two actions by putting your own "brakes" on risky moves. For example, if you're tempted to buy some hot invest- ment you heard about, you may want to think twice before acting. Why? In the first place, most "hot" investments don't stay hot for too long, and may be cooling off by the time you hear of them. And even more important, they might not be appropriate for either your risk tolerance or your need to diversify your portfolio. When you invest, you can't eliminate all risks, but you can reduce them by avoiding impulsive moves and sticking with a disciplined, long-term strategy based on your needs and goals. Get regular financial tune-ups. Avid cyclists keep their bikes in good shape through regular maintenance. When you invest, you usually don't need to make a lot of drastic moves, but you should periodi- cally "tune up" your investment portfolio, possibly with the help of a financial profes- sional, during regular reviews. Such a tune-up may involve any number of steps, but the main goal is to update your portfolio so it reflects where you're at in life – your goals, risk tolerance, earnings and family situation. Protect yourself from bumps in the road. All serious bicyclists – and all bicyclists serious about keeping their heads intact – wear helmets when they are riding, because they know the dangers of rough terrain. Likewise, you need to protect yourself from the bumps in the road that could impede your progress toward your objectives. For starters, life insurance can help your family meet some essential needs – pay the mortgage, educate children, and so on – in case something were to happen to you. And you may need disability insurance to replace your income temporarily if you became injured or ill and can't work for a while. Also, you might want long-term care insurance, which can help you guard against the potentially catastrophic costs of an extended stay in a nursing home or the services of a home health care worker. Don't stop pedaling. When going long distances, bicyclists ride through rain, wind, sun and mosquitoes. They elude angry motorists and they change flat tires. In short, they persist in reaching their destinations. As an investor, you will pursue some goals that you may not reach until far in the future, such as a comfortable retirement, so you too need to demonstrate determination and persistence by continu- ing to invest, in good markets and bad, through unsettling political and global events – and even despite your own occasional doubts. Whether you're an avid cyclist or not, following these principles can help keep your financial wheels moving along the road to your goals. Time to 'Cycle' through Some Investment Ideas Time to 'Cycle' through Some Investment Ideas Marcus Trantham Financial Advisor 6144 Cumberland Gap Parkway Suite 3 Harrogate, TN 37752-7861 Bus. 423-869-3608 Fax 888-810-2732 marc.trantham@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com/marc-trantham This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. 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