CIA in the Press

Wes Moss Featured In Barron's: You Can Probably Retire Earlier Than You Think

Wes Moss was recently featured in Barron's during a Q&A discussion around tips and criteria for early retirement. Moss insists that if you haven’t seen the light at the end of your career tunnel yet, you need to take a second look. Most investors can retire earlier than they think, even in today’s uncertain times, says Moss, the author of three personal-finance books and host... Read more.

 

Capital Investment Advisors’ Wes Moss Named Among the Top 100 Independent Advisors by Barron’s Magazine

ATLANTA – September 15, 2020 – Today, Capital Investment Advisors is proud to announce that partner and Chief Investment Strategist Wes Moss has been named by Barron’s as one of the country’s Top 100 Independent Advisors. On this year’s list, Moss appears at #53 and is one of only 2 advisors from Georgia selected. This list can be found here: https://www.barrons.com/report/top-financial-advisors/independent. According to Barron’s, these... Read more.

 

CIA Ranked By Advisory HQ: 11 Best Financial Advisors & Planners in Atlanta

Capital Investment Advisors is pleased to announce inclusion on Advisory HQ's annual list of Best Financial Advisors & Planners in Atlanta, Georgia. In this year's list of the 11 Best Financial Advisors & Planners in Atlanta, GA ranking, Advisory HQ included the top-rated companies that offer financial planning and asset management in Atlanta. What methodology does AdvisoryHQ use in selecting and finalizing the credit cards,... Read more.

 

Wes Moss Featured By WSB TV: In Order For Next Stimulus To Work, People Must Be Confident

What are the chances of Americans receiving a second stimulus payment during the current pandemic? In a recent interview, WSB Channel 2 anchor Justin Farmer spoke with Capital Investment Advisors' Chief Investment Strategist, and “Money Matters” host Wes Moss about what another round of stimulus could mean for metro Atlantans. The U.S. Labor Department reported Thursday that an additional 1.2 million jobless Americans filed for... Read more.

 

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