Stevie Radzinski, Client Service / Operations Senior Associate, passed the Series 65 Uniform Investment Law Examination in May of 2019. Congratulations Stevie!
U.S. stocks ticked just a bit higher on the week, with less volatility than over recent weeks. Over the prior weekend, an agreement between the U.S. and Mexico regarding immigration policy resulted in a pullback on the previously-announced threat of tariffs, boosting market sentiment early in the week, with one of the potential trade hurdles removed.
While hitting the links or traveling the world are common retirement goals, so is a greater focus on charitable giving. And retirement can open up a world of possibilities to that end.
Bonds have increasingly signaled that Federal Reserve (Fed) policy may be too tight for an economy tied up in a drawn-out trade dispute.
As shown in the LPL Chart of the Day, “Bond Market Increasingly Pricing in Rate Cuts,” fed fund futures are now pricing in almost three rate cuts by the end of 2019.
For individuals and couples planning for their retirement years, it can be hugely beneficial to consult with a financial planner to build a personalized retirement plan.
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For the week ended June 7, 2019
U.S. stocks recovered last week, ending a forgettable month of May with its best week of 2019 so far. By sector, cyclically-sensitive materials recovered by nearly 10% for the single week, followed by technology, while communications and defensive utilities brought up the rear—but remained positive.