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Good riddance September. It was not nice knowing you, which is often the case for the stock market in September. This year, though, you were particularly awful.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced the 2023 premium amounts for Medicare Part B.
The year 2022 is shaping up to be one for the record books, and unfortunately not in a good way. But all is not lost, and we're going to discuss how to keep bear markets in perspective.
It’s almost Election Day in the US once again. For those who need a brief civics refresher, every two years the full US House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate are up for reelection.
The stock market is adjusting to a new chapter in the inflation story that could keep Fed policy rates higher for longer.
*Sorry for the delayed release on this. The stock market started last week on an upbeat note. Market participants had a rosy outlook for the future having latched onto the peak inflation, peak hawkishness, and soft-landing narratives.
Yesterday was a brutal day for stocks and bonds. The upside to challenging market environments like these is that they remind us that holding the line and staying invested are critical to long-term investment success.
The new Inflation Reduction Act is a big enchilada of green energy spending, corporate taxes, and some pretty major changes to Medicare.
The stock market came into this shortened week of trading on a three-week losing streak, but strong sentiment powered a move upwards.
This year has been historically bad for bonds, and while swift bond price declines can be upsetting, it’s not time to abandon bonds.

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