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Bryan Kuderna

Bryan Kuderna

Bryan Kuderna is a Certified Financial Planner™ and the founder of Kuderna Financial Team, a New Jersey-based financial services firm. He is the host of The Kuderna Podcast and author of WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH MY MONEY?: Economic Insights to Build Wealth Amid Chaos.

Bryan Kuderna is an opinion columnist and Executive Council member at the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow him on LinkedIn, for more information, visit the author’s website CLICK HERE.
Bryan Kuderna
Banking and Finance

How Do Stocks Actually Work?

The stock market is a huge store of wealth.  As of January 1, 2024, the U.S. stock market was valued at $50.8 trillion (combining the New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, and Over The Counter U.S.).  That’s enough money to pay off the federal government’s massive debt burden and still leave...
Stock Market
Money and Wealth

2023 Market Recap

What did your crystal ball say this time last year?  Transitory inflation was looking anything but transitory.  “Recession” was probably the only word thrown around more than “inflation”.  The Fed was still talking a tough game of not backing down from further rate hikes.  The S&P500 just finished the prior...
Bryan Kuderna
CEO Insider

Observations of Success

Know thyself, it is a universal pursuit.  In a noisy world that moves faster than ever with the promise of only picking up speed, the practices of meditation, breathing, yoga, reflection, introspection, and relaxation have become an industry.  That’s not even mentioning therapy, a complimentary industry for professionals to know...
Oil and gas processing plant
CEO Insider

What is the Future of Gas?

When Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the price of oil soared, and inflation was officially introduced to the world for the first time in the 21st century.  While the price of gas actually plays a small role in sustained inflation, affecting just 3.1% of the Consumer Price Index...
Stats Gate

What Is Inflation Still Sticking To?

Transportation Services Continue to Plague the Economy. Inflation has been the buzzword in economics over the past 18 months, but it’s slowly losing some of its pop.  Led downward by falling energy costs, particularly fuel declining 37% year-over-year, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was up just 4.0% year-over-year for May 2023. ...
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