Stuck between inflation and recession worries, the Federal Reserve navigates braising basis points without scaring the market. ACM’s CIO Lieberman evaluates market headlines in the direct future.
As we are currently in a period of market correction, it is important to remember that the market always goes up over time. Focus on your long term perspective, and don’t let short term bumps throw you off! Still not convinced? We have the graphs to prove it.
Interruptions in global supply chains caused by COVID-19 and more recently, the war in Ukraine could have potential long term risks to globalization. Dr. Greenspan considers how ideology and sanctions effects economic progress.
Taxes are an important part of your financial plan. Strategizing your income and capital gains can save you money over the long run. Here’s what to consider.
Bonds and equities suffer against rising inflation, fed rate hikes, and a lower than expected GDP. While this feels like a downturn, it is more like a rebalancing.
Insurance is a key part of your financial plan. Should life insurance be a part of yours? Read on for a breakdown.
High inflation, rising interest rates, Covid, and war in Europe has caused stocks to decline due to market volatility. However, as companies release their earnings reports we will see how market risks are actually effecting manufacturing and productivity. Will high earnings beat out the volatility?
Even the most thoughtful financial plans can be rendered ineffective by dumbed down and dangerously restrictive investment portfolios. This is because while good financial plans are very personal, the investment solutions created by many institutions are not. ACM Private accounts are designed around specific client needs and restrictions.
Exchange Traded Funds, or EFTs, allow passive investors to gain exposure to a particular grouping of securities, much like bonds, except they can be traded like regular stocks. With low annual fees, ETFs have become very popular. The SEC is set to approve a new type of EFTs that only holds a single stock, that will be supposedly leveraged to give double or triple the stock’s daily performance. Are these new fangled ETFs a good idea?