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Overview: Stock markets rallied Tuesday on news of a trade agreement between the U.S. and China before leveling off midweek on mixed economic news. Global stocks benefited from generally good third quarter earnings and easing geopolitical tensions. International
Overview: Markets traded with heightened volatility last week as investors looked for direction from economic data. Stocks sold off sharply early in the week, as the U.S. ISM manufacturing index fell to 47.8 in September, a multi-year
Cash Balances and Why to Focus on it During Financial Planning
By Jared Barkmeier, CFP®, Associate Financial Planning Consultant
A common question we receive from clients is “how much cash should I have?” It is a simple question that can have a complicated answer because there is no single answer.
Overview: Global stocks fell in the final full trading week of the third quarter, as trade tensions and politics dominated the news. The S&P 500 index was down about 1% for the week. Non-U.S. stocks fell as well,
Overview: Stocks around the globe moved higher last week as trade developments included the announcement that U.S. and China plan to meet for talks in early October. Emerging markets led the way with the MSCI EM index
America is a charitable nation. More than two-thirds of Americans (68%) give to charity each year1. That means you probably do too.
Approximately 90% of high net worth households gave to charity in 2017 and contributed an average
Overview: Stocks continued to oscillate last week, as investors digested the latest in U.S.-China trade war tensions. Both U.S. and international stocks finished in positive territory for the week, led by the S&P 500 index, which was
Overview: U.S.-China trade tensions continued to dominate headlines this past week. China announced tariffs of 5% to 10% on $75 billion of goods, including autos and oil. The U.S. retaliated on Friday with higher tariffs, sending domestic