There's a lot going on in the world right now. I thought I’d be writing about the $3.5 trillion budget deal, or what to do with child tax credits that may be heading your way. But, then, global markets jolted earlier this week on fears of new COVID-19 viral variants. Is the sky actually falling? Could we see a big correction?
In this week's advisor commentary, we take a look at trends in the economy and markets, student loan debt forgiveness, the increasing price of coffee beans and more.
The June Jobs report was just released, and it brings good news for the United States economy.
Listen to our weekly stock market recap, including a look at the week ahead.
The U.S. adds 916,000 jobs in March, unemployment falls to 6%.
In case you missed it, here is the recording of the January 21, 2021 year in review webinar.
Q2 gross domestic product (GDP) numbers were down by a record 32.9%. Here's what contributed to the loss, and some insight into how long economists think it will last.
The U.S. is in a steep economic contraction due to COVID-19. So what can we do to protect ourselves when we're not sure what happens next? Create a contingency plan — here's how.