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Does the Economy Drive the Stock Market?

Concerns about the U.S.-China trade war, Brexit, and most recently the coronavirus outbreak have made headlines around the world, prompting ongoing speculation about how each of these issues may impact both the domestic and global economy.

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How the SECURE Act May Affect You (Hint… It Probably Does)

This act contains provisions that will likely significantly affect either yourself or your loved ones at a future date. There are both positive and negative implications for individual taxpayers, so let’s get into what we think are the most important provisions you should be aware of.

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 International Markets: Staying the Course

U.S. stocks have outperformed international stocks, but it still makes sense to invest globally. Here’s why.

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Market Update – December 2019

Unemployment fell to 50-year lows, and stock and bond markets all posted gains for the year. See the December 2019 and year-end numbers here.

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Attempting to Avoid Funds in the Doghouse

Capital gains distributions can be an unpleasant surprise for investors with taxable accounts. No investor sets out to pay more taxes than necessary when selecting investments.

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Diversification: The Strategic Play

If you have been paying attention to markets this year, you have likely noticed that U.S. large stocks (S&P 500 Index) are up 20.6% as of 9/30/19. Would it perhaps be advantageous to just invest in the S&P 500 for your retirement? 

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Scoreboard for Individual Taxpayers

TCJA brought sweeping tax legislation to the United States for the first time since 1986. While most Americans paid less in taxes, the TCJA introduced an array of new rules that had unpredictable and contradictory effects. October 15th marks the extended tax return due date that will close the inaugural tax season. What did we learn? Who wins?

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Who Let the Doves Out?

With global economic and profit growth slowing, central banks around the world have shifted their policies to be accommodative or dovish. 

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Beat the Short-Term Market Jitters

When the financial markets are in turmoil and account balances start to fall, there is a strong temptation to ask your financial advisor to “do something” to stem any perceived losses. Yet it is often the case that staying the course—or doing nothing—proves to be the better path. 

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SAVANTalk - Summer 2019
This issue includes:  Market Indexes and How They Affect You Lessons in International Small Cap Mid-Year 2019 Progress Report Top 5 T...

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