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“Industry Perspectives” 2Q 2018

Bitcoin has made many headlines in the past year without a full understanding of the potential downfalls of the cryptocurrency. Many investors also question whether Bitcoin is riding a speculative wave that could soon collapse.

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3 Conversations During Market Volatility

"Team Approach, Advanced Preparation & Active Management" After a long and fairly peaceful run, the stock market has been on a roller-coaster ride thus far in 2018, one that has included the first drop of at least 10% since 2016. Financial advisors know...

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Beyond Better Days for Active Management

With the major market averages breaking their nine-quarter winning streak ending the first quarter 2018, it’s renewed an old debate. Is this the active management renaissance we’ve been waiting for?

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“Industry Perspectives” 1Q 2018

After a strong start to 2018, volatility was reintroduced into the markets. Rising interest rates, effects from the 2017 tax reform, and U.S. / international trade tariff discussions are major market disruptors. Short-term volatility is just the beginning and could intensify as other central banks reduce their easy money policies.

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