Wealth Partners Articles
BIAS IN THE NEWS
BIAS IN THE NEWS It’s not unusual for political news coverage to present with a liberal or conservative bias. However, it wasn’t until the media began reporting on the COVID-19 outbreak that news industry analysts began to see a different type of bias: overtly negative.
HOW INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS HELP THE ECONOMY
HOW INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS HELP THE ECONOMY The American Jobs Plan (AJP) recently proposed by President Biden is composed of $2.7 trillion in expenditures and $2.1 trillion in raised revenues over a 10-year budget window. The plan is widespread, including investments in broadband, clean water, the electric grid and high-quality housing..
SELL IN MAY AND GO AWAY?
SELL IN MAY AND GO AWAY? In the investment world, there is a catchy phrase that gets tossed around this time of year: Sell in May and go away. The tactic is based on the inclination for the stock market to take a bit of a breather during the summer months and either underperform or…
FINANCIAL ADVICE FOR EXPANDING FAMILIES
FINANCIAL ADVICE FOR EXPANDING FAMILIES Obviously, managing money as part of a partnership is vastly different than doing so for oneself. Even more challenging is the need to constantly adapt money skills for a growing family. Most people start out on their own, evolve into a partnership, and from there families grow in interesting ways…
STIMULUS, PART III: THE PLAN TO RESCUE AMERICA
STIMULUS, PART III: THE PLAN TORESCUE AMERICA In early March, President Joe Biden signed into law the third roundof economic stimulus legislation passed by Congress, authorizingthe largest cash infusion yet. With widespread distribution of thecoronavirus vaccination in our crosshairs, this “American Rescue Plan”stimulus package is designed to jumpstart the economy at the tail endof the…
Retail Trading Frenzy: Lessons From GameStop
In the stock market, there are generally winners and losers. For every investor who buys low and sells high, there is an investor buying high — not knowing if that stock price will climb higher.
A Look at the Post-Pandemic Future
Once COVID-19 is in the rearview mirror, will life go back to normal? Economists say some adjustments we’ve made will lead to structural changes in our lifestyles and workplaces.
Investment Scams On the Rise
One of the most potent schemes used by scammers is taking advantage of people who are vulnerable during times of fear and uncertainty. The current pandemic is one of those times.
The Shape of Economic Recovery
COVID-19 brought more with it than just sickness, death, isolation and anxiety. It also spawned anger, division, loss of livelihoods and civil rights. And for some, it produced abundant wealth.
What to Expect: A New Term in Washington
Most new presidential terms begin with a fresh set of priorities, but when President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January, he’ll also be tasked with leading the nation’s recovery from multiple ongoing crises.
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