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Wow, What a Year!

January 18, 2018

2017 is now in the history books, and it will be remembered for many things, including: record low volatility, strong earnings, increased global tension, the meteoric surge in Bitcoin’s price, and a strong stock market. The chart below shows the S&P 500’s 19.42% price move during 2017.

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Debt Ceiling Crisis Averted (for now)

September 18, 2017

The media has latched onto the debt ceiling as one of its top news stories in the late summer, pushing it to the forefront of their coverage. I was asked about the debt ceiling in my last CNBC interview on August 24th. In my interview, I stated that there was a very low chance that the government wouldn’t raise the debt ceiling, citing that the government had raised it 74 times since 1962.

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We Are a Fiduciary

March 28, 2017

President Trump’s directive to the Department of Labor (DOL) to review the Fiduciary Rule has brought to the headlines what it means to be a fiduciary and which investment professionals are deemed fiduciaries.

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What Happens From Here?

February 28, 2017

Some investors may have far too much of their portfolio in cash. In some cases, they are 100% cash, expecting a negative reaction to Trump’s election. When asked, “Why so much cash?” their answer is, “I’m waiting for a pullback in the markets.”

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

November 22, 2016

The holiday season is upon us. It has always been a great time to show thanks for what we have, reflect upon the year, and look forward to the year to come. It is also the perfect time for me to directly thank all of our clients who have entrusted so much to us. Some of you are brand new clients while others have been clients for decades.

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Republicans Have Historic Night

November 9, 2016

Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, Donald Trump’s win came as a shock to the world. The U.S. market’s initial reaction was a free fall drop. The S&P 500 futures were down over 6% overnight. Foreign markets that were open fell.

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