On a quarterly basis, we publish our “Money In Motion” newsletter with articles of interest to investors. If you would like to receive updates from us, please complete the “Get Our Updates” form here. Below are our most recent Money In Motion editions:
End-of-the Year Money Move
Here are some things you might consider before saying goodbye to 2021
Mixed Signals on Inflation
What to know as markets look forward
The Need for Power of Attorney
POAs and other advanced directives are becoming more important
The Cryptocurrency Conundrum
It’s more important than ever to be aware of your risk tolerance
The Quiet Fall in Bond Yields
What’s behind the quiet fall in bond yields?
A COLA with Your Social Security?
Preliminary estimates call for a 4.7% cost-of-living increase
The Many Forms of Fixed Income
Looking for yield? Treasuries aren’t your only choice
“Green Shoots” in the Economy
Investors looking for “green shoots” to confirm that the economy is on the mend
The Whims of Wall Street
What to know about shifting market attention, and investor burnout
Earnings Season Gets Underway
Every few months, you may hear the phrase “earnings season” as you listen to financial news
Outlook 2021: Bond Prices
The 10-year Treasury yield has climbed higher since the New Year, which means that some bond prices are dropping
Navigating Your Required Minimum Distribution
As much as you would like to, you can’t keep your money in your retirement account forever
When the Fed Talks Inflation, Bond Investors Listen
What the Fed’s new policy may mean for you
Ouch: September’s Market Correction Hurt
In theory, investors understand that stock market corrections are part of the investing process
What Are Stock Splits?
Here’s what you need to know
A Stock Market Lesson to Remember
Confidence can quickly erode, but it can also quickly emerge
What Makes 2020 A Unique Year For Retirement
Answer: Big changes to retirement account rules
Should You Care What the Financial Markets Do Each Day?
Focusing on your strategy during turbulent times
Key Provisions of the CARES Act
Distributions can be waived in 2020 for Inherited Accounts, 401(k)s and IRA’s
The Secure Act
Long-established retirement account rules change
2019 IRA Deadlines Are Approaching
Here is what you need to know
Avoiding Large Losses in Your Portfolio
Rule No.1: Never lose money. Rule No.2: Never forget rule No.1.
Understanding the Alternate Valuation Date
Is it appropriate for your estate?
Ten Years, Tremendous Gains
A look at where stocks were in 2009 and how they have performed since