With the inauguration this week, a new chapter of American life opens up. And as the coronavirus vaccine is rolled out more widely, there is an expectation that our economy will continue to recover.
What does this mean for your financial strategy? Economic uncertainty and market volatility is a normal part of investing, so at the base of any strategy is the solid foundation of your long-term objectives. When we understand those objectives and work closely together, we can build a strategy that optimizes larger economic trends and is diversified enough to handle uncertainty.
Last year, most of us were forced to radically reexamine our goals. This makes it a perfect time to talk about your financial strategy for 2021 and beyond.
Here are some articles we thought you’d find interesting and informative. Read, share, and react — and let’s keep the connection and conversation going.
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The Political Pendulum Swings, but the Economy Does Its Own Thing
Jan. 14, 2021
From Calvin Coolidge through Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr., all administrations are subject to…
Be Kinder to Yourself
Jan. 15, 2021
Often, we’re our own worst critic. When we feel anxious or frustrated, we talk to ourselves more…
Higher Inflation Could Be Ahead. Should We Be Worried?
Jan. 19, 2021
The warnings that higher inflation lurks around the corner are starting to show up everywhere….
How to Build Self-Discipline and Find Motivation
Jan. 14, 2021
Focus on what you can control and work to let go of fear as you set out to accomplish your goals….
What Does Democrat-Controlled Congress Mean For Financial Planning? Here’s What To Expect.
Jan. 13, 2021
Policy watchers and financial planning experts are looking to see what could make its way into a…