Posts Tagged ‘Ron Sloy’

As part of our process, we perform a rigorous discounted cash-flow methodology that dives into the true intrinsic worth of companies. In Apple’s (AAPL) case, we think the firm is significantly undervalued. This article is the only one that showcases the value of Apple through a robust three-stage discounted cash flow model. We think the […]


Hello All, I just wanted to let you know we’ve added Ron Sloy’s newest TV Segment to Ron’s YouTube Channel. Please take a look and feel free to pass it around, especially to any College students or young adults; it has a few money saving tips for inexperienced youth who are dealing with credit cards […]


Welcome back! I wanted to take a moment to wish you and your families a safe and happy holiday season. As we all know, times have been tough. It has been a year to remind us all of how fortunate we really are. This past summer, I met a man who had been sleeping in […]


Ron Sloy provides detailed financial analysis about the future of the Stock Market during a local KOIN TV segment titled “Market Outlook”. Ron Sloy, of Sloy, Dahl and Holst, Inc., is a Certified Financial Planner located in Portland, OR.


You can now watch Ron Sloy in his KOIN TV interviews! Either visit the Ron Sloy YouTube Channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/RonaldSloy) or watch the two segments below: The first segment – “Financial Dos and Don’ts” – discusses some Financial Tips for college students and young adults. The second segment – “Making Money in the Stock Market” – […]


If you weren’t able to see it, following is a link to the interview I had with Mike Donahue which aired yesterday on KOIN TV: Keep It Local, reflecting my views on the market and sectors we’ve had great success with this year.   (Once the link opens, this interview is the fourth box scroll to the […]


A fully operational 401(k) Plan has numerous parties involved. In fact, there could be upwards of six or more third party service providers working on a plan at any given time. From the custodians, or “banks”, to the record keepers, administrators, investment advisors, auditors and actuaries, there is a lot of work to be done. […]


We are currently in what we hope to be the tail-end of the longest recession we’ve seen in a quarter century. We’re still searching and waiting for answers to many of the problems we’ve recently faced, but it at least appears to be the problem solving stage as opposed to the discovery stage. So where […]


This was the title of a quick little article posted in the Oregonian yesterday. It speaks volumes to how we work with our clients and what’s really important right now. It emphasizes the lost opportunity for those who pulled out of their investments during a bear market, for one reason or another, and waited too […]


Ronald J.Sloy’s weekly financial & wealth management tips – Certified Financial Planner (CFP) for Sloy, Dahl & Holst, Inc.