Jirayr Kembikian, CFP® Citrine Capital

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About Jirayr Kembikian, CFP®

Jirayr started his career with one of the nation’s largest banks, where he repeatedly witnessed the enduring impact of a solid financial plan on clients’ success. This led him to pursue a career as a financial planner with a mission to provide all clients with a financial roadmap and professional guidance in order to help them reach their full potential.

Prior to joining Citrine Capital, Jirayr was a financial planner at Ameritas Investment Corporation where he helped hundreds of individuals, families, and small businesses develop a financial plan and work towards their financial goals.

Today, Jirayr is a managing partner and wealth advisor at Citrine Capital, where he serves as an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR) and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®).

Jirayr holds a degree in finance from San Francisco State University. Born and raised in Marin County, he is an active community and board member in local service organizations. He is passionate about his active lifestyle including sports, mountain biking, hiking, photography and international travel.

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When markets are rough, it’s tempting to want to make a quick change to your investments. But much like changing lanes in traffic, impulsive moves can add anxiety and risk with no guarantee you’ll benefit.

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A top-heavy stock market with the largest 10 stocks accounting for over 20% of market capitalization and a marquee technology firm perched at No. 1? This sounds like a description of the current US stock market, dominated by Apple and the other FAANG stocks,1 but it is actually a reference to 1967, when IBM represented a larger portion of the market than Apple at the end of 2019 (5.8% vs. 4.1%).

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Tech Pros: Yes, You Can (and Should) Negotiate Your Layoff!

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Are you a tech professional who is expecting layoffs at your company? Did you know that you can negotiate the details of your termination in the same way that you negotiated your initial job offer? Read on to learn more.

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