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by Dr. Charles Lieberman Chief Investment Officer Everyone is naturally fixated on the daily news on the Covid-19 pandemic and the economic repercussions. We know the news will remain horrific on both fronts for at least a few more weeks. But we also have good reason to expect most people who contract the virus and the...
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Investors cheered the government’s $2.2 trillion relief package last week. The S&P 500 climbed 17.8% from Monday through Thursday, although it did give back 3.4% on Friday when the deal actually passed the House. Investors recognized that, while the package will help brunt the blow, containing the virus will take longer than the few weeks...
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by Jeff Deiss CFP, AEP, Wealth Advisor March 28, 2020 Given that many older Americans are at high risk for serious illness from the coronavirus, certain rules have been relaxed as a result to help Medicare beneficiaries manage throughout the crisis. It’s also an important time to pay close attention for scammers and elder fraud. Testing...
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by Jeff Deiss CFP, AEP, Wealth Advisor March 28, 2020 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, (CARES Act) of 2020 is a historic emergency relief program focused on keeping American Workers Paid, Assistance to Workers, Families and Businesses, Supporting America’s Healthcare System in the fight against the Coronavirus, and the Economic Stabilization of the...
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By: Dr. Charles Lieberman, CIO and Dr. JoAnne Feeney, PM The meltdown in the markets and the economy seem to be happening at warp speed. How can this be put to bed, so Americans can have a sense that the crisis will end? The policy needs seem reasonably clear. Policymakers are moving with extraordinary speed,...
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by Dr. JoAnne Feeney Portfolio Manager If you’d gone away for a silent meditation retreat last week, you’d have come back to find your portfolio little changed and would have remained fairly calm, but only until you turned on the news. The S&P 500 finished last week roughly flat, but the violent ride from Monday to...
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by Dr. JoAnne Feeney Portfolio Manager   The news on the novel coronavirus continues to roil markets and we are getting more frequent questions as to the likely economic and market impact, and what, if anything, investors should do about it. As recent reports shifted from rising recoveries in China to new cases in Europe, Asia,...
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Behavioral finance warns of an investment tendency called “anchoring” and the arbitrary benchmarks of index investments. Read Forefront’s Amit Chopra’s thoughts on “anchoring” for index investors in this article.   ACM is a registered investment advisory firm with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Registration does not imply a certain level of skill...
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Read Forefront’s Amit Chopra’s comments on the impact that the Coronavirus is having on investments in the stock market. Learn how you can protect your retirement savings. Read the full article here.       ACM is a registered investment advisory firm with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Registration does not imply...
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    By: Dr. Charles Lieberman  – Chief Investment Officer I still read quite often how stocks are extremely expensive or badly overvalued. Such a determination can’t be done in isolation. It is necessary to place the valuation of stocks into context versus other asset prices. Stocks are certainly not expensive relative to Treasury bonds...
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