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America’s Need for Better “Infloodstructure”

In February, Spirit Airlines decided to transfer a portion of its operations from Miramar, Florida, to Nashville, Tennessee. The key…

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Financial Advising During a Pandemic

The pandemic has been hard on nearly everyone, and it’s particularly difficult for professionals who normally meet with clients in…

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Fixed Income vs. Stock Portfolio

Early this year, many stopped spending and began saving money. This wasn’t difficult as many areas of the economy were…

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How Climate Change Could Affect the Economy

Some people believe that climate change is exacerbated by human intervention, while others argue that humans are not a factor….

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Is the Economy Slowly, Silently Sliding?

Prospects for stock market growth have remained resiliently and optimistically cheerful this year, despite the nine-month-long pandemic. Unfortunately, the time…

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Americans and Their 401(k)s

A recent survey found that working households experiencing financial strain due to the pandemic have not been inclined to make…

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The Future of Retirement Planning

As of the end of July, the stock market was still performing relatively well and the Federal Reserve had announced…

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How High-net-worth Households are Faring

The investment markets rebounded and have proven resilient despite the economic decline resulting from the pandemic. The Federal Reserve continues…

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November 2019 Market Update - Chris Heerlein Outlines the State of the Equity Market

November 2019 Market Update: Chris Heerlein Outlines the State of the Equity Market

In his recent video presentation, Chris Heerlein of Reap Financial reflects on the robust performance of equity markets in 2019 and outlines a strategic approach for investors in 2020. Celebrating a year of significant returns, Heerlein credits the cooperative nature of the markets for these positive outcomes. With the advent of 2020, an election year, he shifts the discussion towards potential market volatility. Drawing on historical data, Heerlein reassures investors that, despite expected short-term market swings during election periods, the long-term impact of election outcomes on market trends is generally negligible.

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