FinSyn Insights

Weekly insights on the markets, economy, and financial planning

When it comes to the trajectory of the stock market in the long run, profits matter most. It's no secret that this year has been characterized by market and economic uncertainty due to inflation, the Fed, geopolitics, and more.
The Social Security Administration recently announced that benefits for retirees will increase by 8.7% beginning in 2023. This is the largest single year COLA increase in over 40 years.
The stock market had a strong week delivering much needed gains that saw the S&P 500, Dow, and Nasdaq register returns of 4.7%, 4.9%, and 5.2%, respectively.
We’ve enclosed our 3rd Quarter 2022 Newsletter where we share our insights on the markets, economy, investing, and financial planning.
The challenges of persistently high inflation and slowing growth have continued to impact the expectations of both investors and policymakers.
It was quite a week for the capital markets. It was also a losing week for the S&P 500 despite a 2.6% gain on Thursday following the September CPI report.
Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period begins on October 15, and you may be asking, "Should I Change My Medicare Coverage During 2022 Open Enrollment?"
A pullback in Treasury yields from last Friday's closing levels helped fuel upside momentum in the beginning of the week.
As counterintuitive as it sounds, when consumer confidence plummets it is usually a good sign for investors and the stock market.
3rd Quarter 2022 Market Review: Hawkish Fed and growing geopolitical risks offset a likely peak in inflation to pressure stocks last quarter.

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