The economy has recovered substantially from the lows of last year, but this week offered reminders that there are risks to market resiliency beyond the pandemic.
Looking at the past, present, and future will help us piece together a picture of the economic path we are likely to experience in the coming months, years, and decades.
Whether we are baking our own bread, growing our own food, or dusting off old family recipes, our relationship with food is evolving. Community Supported Agriculture is getting more attention than ever as their network of customers and partners expands.
Oil prices took center stage with prices hitting an all-time low. What could a post-oil future look like? In Friday Reflections we consider whether there might be a silver lining in today’s topsy-turvy market.
Are we out of the woods yet? While we remain thoroughly optimistic about the longer term, we continue to counsel patience and careful and incremental action in portfolios as the markets are likely to remain volatile.
Our daily routines and rituals are a reflection of how we are learning to cope. We consider how daily routines and respecting boundaries help us find a sense of normalcy in a world that is out of balance.
Q1 2020 Market Commentary
Our world is moving at breakneck speed as we ramp up the production of essential items, medical equipment, and vaccines to tackle the current health crisis. The financial markets fluctuate like a roller-coaster in time with the news cycle as they try to respond to each new development.
During times of crisis, there is an innately universal desire to help others in ways both big and small. This week’s Monday Moments looks at options for giving back in your community and offers thoughts on how you too can make a difference.
We reflect on being strengthened as a community as we reach out to support others. This week, we share our insight into what a $2.1 trillion stimulus package will do to support our economy and this collective moment in time.
Creating calm for our clients during difficult times is our main focus. The fast-changing circumstances in the global market in response to the current health crisis require a patient approach and a long-term perspective.
The unprecedented reaction to the current global health threat has thrown the community and the financial markets off balance. In this update, we look at how this affects our investment approach and long-term strategy.
The coronavirus outbreak has caused everyone to reflect on how they navigate daily life, including business operations. Like many people, we are taking extra precautions with hygiene at our offices, and trying to learn new habits to greet friends and clients.
Q1 2020 - Mid-quarter Commentary
The Coronavirus leads most news headlines with effects spreading across the globe. Partners Kate Campbell King, CFP® and Brian Kozel, CFP® sat down to discuss the current state of the financial markets and how a sudden and unexpected risk is reflected in our investment strategies.