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									Getting an Investing Game Plan
Author: Vern C. Hayden, CFP
Author: Maura Webber
Author: Jamie Heller
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A long-term game plan for investment success
What matters most in achieving financial success is not how well one plays any single round of the
investment game, but whether they have a well thought out and complete investing game plan. An
investing game plan is a strategy designed to help investors fulfill both their short- and long-term financial
goals. In a straightforward manner, Getting an Investing Game Plan explains why every investors needs a
game plan for both wealth creation and wealth preservation, how to create one that suits their personal
risk tolerance level, and maybe most importantly, how to stick to their plan despite market conditions.
Vern C. Hayden, CFP (Westport, CT), is a certified financial planner in private practice with more than
thirty-two years of experience. He regularly appears as an expert on leading national news and financial
television programs, and has also been a regular contributor to the financial press, including TheStr...
Author Bio
Vern C. Hayden, CFP
VERN C. HAYDEN is a Certified Financial Planner in private practice with thirty-five years of experience.
Hayden specializes in portfolio management with mutual funds and retirement planning. Active in financial
planning circles, Hayden has been a board member of the CFP Board of Standards and has chaired the
National Endowment for Financial Education, former parent organization of the College for Financial
Planning, which created the CFPTM (Certified Financial Planner) designation. He also conducts financial
education programs on behalf of many companies and charities. Hayden regularly appears as an expert
on leading national news and financial television programs. He has been a regular contributor to the
financial press, including CNBC.com and TheStreet.com. <br>MAURA WEBBER is a freelance journalist
who regularly writes for the Chicago Sun-Times. She co-edited Recipes from America's Small Farms:
Fresh Ideas for the Season's Bounty, a cookbook focused on community-supported agriculture. Maura
has worked as a staff reporter for Bloomberg News and the Philadelphia Business Journal and as a
correspondent for the Philadelphia Inquirer. She lives in Chicago with her husband Carlos Sado vi and
their daughter Kyra. <br>JAMIE HELLER is a New York-based journalist. She has been a reporter at
SmartMoney magazine, an editor at TheStreet.com, and a contributing columnist to CBS
MarketWatch.com. Most recently, she joined the Wall Street Journal Online as an assistant managing
editor. She lives in lower Manhattan with her husband Jed Weissberg and their son Chet.<br>


Maura Webber
VERN C. HAYDEN is a Certified Financial Planner in private practice with thirty-five years of experience.
Hayden specializes in portfolio management with mutual funds and retirement planning. Active in financial
planning circles, Hayden has been a board member of the CFP Board of Standards and has chaired the
National Endowment for Financial Education, former parent organization of the College for Financial
Planning, which created the CFPTM (Certified Financial Planner) designation. He also conducts financial
education programs on behalf of many companies and charities. Hayden regularly appears as an expert
on leading national news and financial television programs. He has been a regular contributor to the
financial press, including CNBC.com and TheStreet.com. <br>MAURA WEBBER is a freelance journalist
who regularly writes for the Chicago Sun-Times. She co-edited Recipes from America's Small Farms:
Fresh Ideas for the Season's Bounty, a cookbook focused on community-supported agriculture. Maura
has worked as a staff reporter for Bloomberg News and the Philadelphia Business Journal and as a
correspondent for the Philadelphia Inquirer. She lives in Chicago with her husband Carlos Sado vi and
their daughter Kyra. <br>JAMIE HELLER is a New York-based journalist. She has been a reporter at
SmartMoney magazine, an editor at TheStreet.com, and a contributing columnist to CBS
MarketWatch.com. Most recently, she joined the Wall Street Journal Online as an assistant managing
editor. She lives in lower Manhattan with her husband Jed Weissberg and their son Chet.<br>


Jamie Heller
VERN C. HAYDEN is a Certified Financial Planner in private practice with thirty-five years of experience.
Hayden specializes in portfolio management with mutual funds and retirement planning. Active in financial
planning circles, Hayden has been a board member of the CFP Board of Standards and has chaired the
National Endowment for Financial Education, former parent organization of the College for Financial
Planning, which created the CFPTM (Certified Financial Planner) designation. He also conducts financial
education programs on behalf of many companies and charities. Hayden regularly appears as an expert
on leading national news and financial television programs. He has been a regular contributor to the
financial press, including CNBC.com and TheStreet.com. <br>MAURA WEBBER is a freelance journalist
who regularly writes for the Chicago Sun-Times. She co-edited Recipes from America's Small Farms:
Fresh Ideas for the Season's Bounty, a cookbook focused on community-supported agriculture. Maura
has worked as a staff reporter for Bloomberg News and the Philadelphia Business Journal and as a
correspondent for the Philadelphia Inquirer. She lives in Chicago with her husband Carlos Sado vi and
their daughter Kyra. <br>JAMIE HELLER is a New York-based journalist. She has been a reporter at
SmartMoney magazine, an editor at TheStreet.com, and a contributing columnist to CBS
MarketWatch.com. Most recently, she joined the Wall Street Journal Online as an assistant managing
editor. She lives in lower Manhattan with her husband Jed Weissberg and their son Chet.<br>

								
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