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by Dr. JoAnne Feeney Portfolio Manager The broader U.S. economy appears to be growing solidly, yet many pundits wonder for just how long stocks can continue to rise. Valuations in most sectors are markedly above 5- and 10-year averages. Still, the big picture reveals that employers are creating more jobs (even with labor in short supply),...
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by Kevin Kelly Portfolio Manager 2019 was an exceptionally strong year for fixed income, as well as for the equity markets. One consequence is that 2020 will be more challenging and require a somewhat different approach. We are unlikely to see the strong returns we captured in 2019, so we must position for low rates and...
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Most every day there are multiple articles advising investors on how to prepare for the impending recession, or forecasting recession, or highlighting the vulnerability of record stock prices to the widely expected recession.  These articles reflect the need of the media to attract eyeballs and the desire of some pundits to garner attention.  Anyone can...
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By Jeff Deiss, CFP, AEP, Wealth Advisor Original Content by ACM Wealth There are plenty of articles on what your child should bring with him/her to college, how to decide on a major, and even how to deal with a new roommate, but nobody ever talks about what happens when things go wrong. Before your...
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