Now that Congress has passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, what’s next on the legislative agenda? Washington policy expert Doug Fisher weighs in on what we can expect depending on the results of upcoming mid-term elections.Read Post
A strong U.S. economy, continued global growth improvement, a concerted effort by global central banks to remain accommodative as long as possible, and a general sense of complacency about valuations in the equity markets provided the backdrop for 2017’s wins.Read Post
As January began, it was clear that 2017 was going to be a tough act to follow for investors. It was a year marked by historically low volatility, essentially unchanged Treasury yields, and a straight up trajectory for equity markets, and as such, it seemed unlikely for this Goldilocks scenario to repeat itself again in 2018.Read Post
If there is one thing that all investors can agree on from the first quarter of 2018, it is that volatility in the markets is most certainly back. But what does that mean, and why is it such a critical data point for market participants?Read Post
After spending years traveling around the world for a large corporation, Renaud Megard was looking for more balance between his family and his career. His solution? Buy a company much closer to home.Read Post
Doing for others has been instilled in Annette Palazuelos since childhood. Her definition of wealth has less to do with money and more to do with being able to employ people, help their families, and give back whenever possible.Read Post
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