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TERRE HAUTE, IN, February 3, 2021 -
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Wild GameStop ride shows fundamentals still best long-term bet

GameStop mania has produced a rollercoaster ride on Wall Street, but the stock market’s short term financial gains are not sustainable, Wabash Valley and national advisers say.

It started when members of online social groups such as the Reddit forum Wall Street Bets began buying the stock of the video game retailer, causing hedge funds, who bet against the stock’s success, to lose billions of dollars.

Experts say keep a wary eye on hot markets
Tribune-Star/Austen LeakeWatching the markets: Don Edwards is the president and chief investment officer of Wabash Capital in Terre Haute.

Austen Leake
The buying mania caused GameStop shares to soar from a low of $2.57 a share to a 52-week high of $483, according to the New York Stock Exchange.

One big firm, Melvin Capital closed its position last week, citing losses of 53 percent in January, ending the month with assets of about $8 billion, down from about $12.5 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal.

dalbarGREENCASTLE, IN, January 2021 -

Team member Ginger Scott has successfully completed the training, validation and testing necessary to become a Registered Fiduciary. The Registered Fiduciary (RF™) Certification identifies financial professionals and organizations as competent fiduciaries that have achieved pertinent educational qualifications and licenses, learned required skills, and have passed a background check.

The RF™ award to Ginger Scott recognizes particular skills in the area of Retirement Services In addition, Ginger and the team provide Investment Management and Advisory services to Individuals, Trust, Corporations, Banks and Labor Unions.

In acting as a Registered Fiduciary Ginger Scott is committed to always acting in the best interest of clients, using the skills, ethics and focus on the client needs that the Certification represents. Mrs. Scott also hold the Accredited Retirement Plan Specialist Certification.

June 2020 – CEFEX, the Centre for Fiduciary Excellence, LLC, has renewed the certification of Wabash Capital, Inc. to the standard described in the handbook “Prudent Practices for Investment Advisors”. Wabash Capital, Inc. remains part of an elite group of investment advisory firms which are certified in this global program.

dalbarGREENCASTLE, IN, January 2020 -

Team member Ginger Scott has successfully completed the training, validation and testing necessary to become a Registered Fiduciary. The Registered Fiduciary (RF™) Certification identifies financial professionals and organizations as competent fiduciaries that have achieved pertinent educational qualifications and licenses, learned required skills, and have passed a background check.

The RF™ award to Ginger Scott recognizes particular skills in the area of Retirement Services In addition, Ginger and the team provide Investment Management and Advisory services to Individuals, Trust, Corporations, Banks and Labor Unions.

In acting as a Registered Fiduciary Ginger Scott is committed to always acting in the best interest of clients, using the skills, ethics and focus on the client needs that the Certification represents. Mrs. Scott also hold the Accredited Retirement Plan Specialist Certification.

GREENCASTLE, IN, January 28, 2018 -
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A tireless volunteer who never fails to bring a smile to the faces of those she works with or for was honored Saturday night as the 2017 Citizen of the Year.

Ginger Scott, whose volunteer efforts are practically legendary for organizations like the Putnam County Red Cross, Airport Appreciation Days, the Mary Allison Children’s Trust and the Greencastle Rotary Club, to name a few recipients of her labors, was presented the Citizen of the Year honor during the Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce annual dinner at the Putnam County Fairgrounds.

“I love the community and I love what I do,” Scott said in brief remarks after receiving the annual award presented by Chamber Executive Director Brian Cox.

TERRE HAUTE, IN, January 28, 2014 – CEFEX, the Centre for Fiduciary Excellence, LLC, has certified Wabash Capital to the standard described in the handbook “Prudent Practices for Investment Advisors”. Wabash Capital joins the elite group of Investment Advisors to successfully complete the independent certification process.  

TERRE HAUTE, IN - Don Edwards, President of Wabash Capital and Chris Doll, Executive Vice President will be attending the annual fi360 Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, April 17 - 19, 2013.  Since 1999, fi360 has supported more prudent investment decision-making by offering world-class training, tools and resources for investment fiduciaries and other financial service providers.  Their annual conference has become the premier event to gain insight from industry experts, obtain continuing education and build a network of like-minded professionals.

"As we continue to build our fiduciary practice, we are constantly seeking new ways to increase our existing knowledge base," according to Edwards.  "The fi360 conference is a great place to learn the best practices recommended for advisors who have chosen to offer fiduciary services."

GREENCASTLE, IN, -- Annually, each Putnam County elementary school receives cash grants of $1,000 to provide medical and educational assistance to any student who needs help. This money comes from the Mary Allison Children's Trust Fund.

"When all other resources have been exhausted, this fund provides for healthcare, education and welfare for underprivileged children in Putnam County. The funds are unrestricted, meaning school officials can use them for any purpose as long as it benefits the students," says Board President Jim Jackson. Community and school members came together recently for the annual Mary Allison Children's Fund luncheon sponsored by Wabash Capital and First National Bank. At this function school administrators and counselors share stories about how the fund helps children from their schools.

TERRE HAUTE, IN, -- Ginger Scott has successfully completed the training, validation and testing necessary to become a Registered Fiduciary™. The Registered Fiduciary™ ("RF™") Certification identifies financial professionals and organizations as competent fiduciaries that have achieved pertinent educational qualifications and licenses, learned required skills, and have passed a background check.

The RF™ award to Ms. Scott, who serves as Wabash Capital's retirement plan specialist, recognizes particular skills advising as an Investment Fiduciary/ERISA Section 3 (38) Investment Manager. In addition to providing investment advice to retirement plans, Ms. Scott provides wealth management and retirement planning services.