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Common Investing Mistakes

Common Investing Mistakes

Whether someone has $50,000 or $5,000,000 to invest, there are several investment pitfalls that any investor can fall into. One of our goals as financial professionals is to help clients avoid these pitfalls, which could be very costly. We have come across many...

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Quarterly Economic Update First Quarter 2024

Quarterly Economic Update First Quarter 2024

The first quarter of 2024 continued to reward investors who stayed the course and enjoyed strong returns in 2023 as the momentum of 2023’s year-end rally took another step forward. Both equity and bond markets performed well after the Federal Reserve confirmed that...

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Proactive Planning: Sunsetting Estate Tax Law

Proactive Planning: Sunsetting Estate Tax Law

Communication and planning have always been essential when attempting to transfer wealth efficiently. Tax planning can also play a significant role for larger estates. Currently, the federal estate tax laws are very generous, however, when the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs...

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Research

Adjusting The Sector Sails | Weekly Market Commentary | June 3, 2024

Adjusting The Sector Sails | Weekly Market Commentary | June 3, 2024

To say May was an eventful month for the market is an understatement. Investors navigated around the latter half of first-quarter earnings, a breakout to record highs for the broader market, elevated volatility across fixed income and currency markets, and a mixed bag of economic data — not to mention elevated political uncertainty stemming from the conviction of former President Donald Trump. Overall, markets shrugged off political uncertainty, bad economic data was mostly taken as good news for stocks by reviving hope for interest rate cuts, while good news helped write the goldilocks narrative of economic conditions being just right.

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How’s it Going? Depends on Who You Ask | Weekly Market Commentary | May 20, 2024

How’s it Going? Depends on Who You Ask | Weekly Market Commentary | May 20, 2024

Since millions of homeowners refinanced mortgages to extremely low rates a few years ago, the economy is less sensitive to interest rate policy. In fact, the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium sponsored by the Kansas City Federal Reserve in August will debate the effectiveness and transmission of monetary policy because of these post-COVID-19 dynamics, likely revealing important investment implications. 

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