Published March 23, 2021 – On March 17, the Fed met to discuss their position on interest rates. They have decided to keep rates near zero through 2023, maintaining their goal to get to pre-pandemic unemployment rates while allowing for the economy to grow1. The Fed aims to stimulate the economy back to pre-pandemic levels. The…
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Perspectives on Market Volatility
In the market these days, it seems what goes up must come down — and then go up and then down again.
Does all this recent volatility worry you? A better understanding of that wiring can give us a clear decision-making framework to help us know if and when to get out of the market.
Published February 24, 2021 – A recent flurry of return spikes for a handful of US stocks has captivated investors and non-investors alike. In light of recent events, Wall Street news trending on social media amid extreme weather, sports, and COVID is indeed an unusual event. The past month filled was filled with trading frenzies, speculation,…
November 17, 2020 -One aspect of the current pandemic and subsequent business layoffs and furloughs that is not being talked about very much is the impact to corporate retirement plans in regards to the impact that those layoffs could have on a plan’s non-discrimination testing for the plan year 2020. Although almost a year away,…