Why Do Stocks Go Up During a Pandemic?
We’re still in the middle of a pandemic not seen since the Spanish Flu. Businesses are closing all around us, and our lives have been disrupted, yet the stock market not only recovered, but it has also become positive for the year so far. Why? Join us as Jeff Krumpelman shares his insights.
The Election and the Economy
Our chief economist and others share how the presidential election might change the tax & economic landscape.
3 Buckets Strategy
One of the keys to a financially successful retirement is replacing your earned income. In this live webinar, we’ll talk about the difference between creating cash flow vs. income along with a strategy to do so.
How to Stay Healthy in Your Wealth and Wealthy in Your Health
Did you know that your health can play a very important role in your overall wealth? Join as we discuss this important connection.
Socially Conscious Investing
Join us for this robust discussion on how you can align your values with your investing strategy. You’ll leave the webinar with key steps to better understand the opportunity and how to take action.
End of Year Recap
Crystal Ball Outlook for 2021
January 11 at 4 pm CST
Who would have thought the U.S. large-cap stock market would exhibit so much strength in 2020 — a year marked by a pandemic that caused a swift recession with spikes in unemployment and declines in GDP that were at Depression-era levels. In the spring, many were predicting doom and gloom for the year and suggesting investors should reduce equity exposure. We concluded that prudent and aggressive fiscal policy responses would enable the economy to weather a self-induced soft patch to invest in our health. While we have been a bit surprised by just how swift the S&P 500 has recouped the losses and moved to new highs, we are glad we got the trend right. This begs the question, “Is the 2020 rally in the S&P 500 unwarranted and simply a sandcastle in the sky?” After all, this impressive price advance occurred as COVID-19 was spreading at record levels during the “second wave.” What comes next? Please register for our Crystal Ball Outlook for 2021 to hear perspectives from Jeff Krumpelman, chief investment strategist, and Katrina Scott, chief investment officer.
The S&P 500 Index is a market-value weighted index provided by Standard & Poor’s and is comprised of 500 companies chosen for market size and industry group representation.
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