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Adjust expectations, not allocations

By Kyle Tetting
The challenge for investors is to weigh the tailwind of falling interest rates against the backdrop of a slowing global economy. […]



Summer 2019 Investment Outlook

Amid record but slowing economic growth and solid midyear stock returns, financial markets face strong valuations, weak earnings and—thanks to an about-face in Federal Reserve policy—lower interest rates. In a Money Talk Video, Bob Landaas and Kyle Tetting review the latest developments and explain what they mean to investors.



Historic economic growth vs. long-term investing

The U.S. economy is in uncharted waters. It has been expanding for more than 10 years—an unprecedented streak, based on National Bureau of Economic Research calculations dating back to 1854. As with bull markets for stocks, economic expansions don’t die of old age, but some people just get anxious when they think there’s been too much of a good thing. […]



Celebrate nationally, think globally

By Joel Dresang
On the day devoted to celebrating America, I noticed how small the world is. My discovery was meaningful in light of ongoing financial developments. The week we returned from vacation, Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome Powell—head of the monetary system for the United States—told Congress that he is concerned about the global economy and trade uncertainty and their impact on the U.S. economy. […]



What slowing growth means for investors

Slowing global economic growth, escalating trade tensions, mixed signals from bond and stock markets, nagging concerns about recession. In a Money Talk Video, Bob Landaas and Kyle Tetting survey the current climate for investments and explain how recent trends could affect long-term investors.



Investing for (unplanned) early retirement

For whatever reasons retirees reach the end of their work lives—whether early or on plan, trusting sound investment practices is key, Dave Sandstrom says. […]



May 2019 investment outlook

After a healthy start for stocks and bonds in 2019, investors face uncertainties, including global economic sluggishness and the Federal Reserve’s plans for interest rates. Bob Landaas and Kyle Tetting recent developments and what they mean for investors in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]



How to handle fears of recession

As concerns of economic slowdown gather, Bob Landaas and Kyle Tetting tell investors how to balance their life’s savings to weather the storm—whenever it comes. Bob and Kyle discussed the difficulty of forecasting recessions in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]



Balance beats timing (and uncertainty)

By Kyle Tetting
Following the best first quarter in two decades for the S&P 500, many investors are nearing the high-water marks notched by their portfolios just before the fourth-quarter 2018 sell-off. To see stocks fall at the end of one year and then rebound so dramatically with the turn of the calendar is uncommon. With uncommon market movements, though, investors need to guard against a common reaction—making abrupt shifts in their investment strategies.



Dividend-paying stocks in your portfolio

Year-end volatility and falling stock prices reminded investors of the importance of dividend-paying stocks, Steve Giles explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]



Volatility: Stock market vs. your portfolio

Kyle Tetting explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO why investors vexed by stock market volatility should consider what’s going on in their own portfolios. […]



5 ways rebalancing calms anxious investors

Market volatility got you itching to do something about your investments? In a MONEY TALK VIDEO, Marc Amateis says consider rebalancing your portfolio. […]




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