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Market Timing

Market Thoughts - Late 2018

Maintaining open lines of communication with our clients is one of our top priorities. In our most recent video seen below, George and Aaron share their thoughts on the recent market correction. Keeping perspective during turbulent times is very important; please take a listen and feel free to share with anyone you believe could benefit. 

The Costs of Trying to Time the Market

In our video library, we publish short clips to explain important investment topics.

2016 Asset Class Returns: How Do They Stack Up?

The Veater Financial Table of Investment Returns ranks the annual performance of key asset classes over each of the last 20 years. The top performing asset class for a given year is listed at the top, with the lowest performing asset class listed at the bottom. As we look back on the first half of 2016 (see the right-most column below), here are a few key takeaways:

Keeping Perspective During Turbulent Times

During these turbulent market cycles, Veater Financial Group strives to keep our clients informed and provide necessary long-term perspective. Click below to watch our most recent market recap by George.

The Cost of Trying to Time the Market

During the second quarter of this year, we published a short video on our website titled “The Cost of Market Timing.” I want to revisit this important theme as we reflect on the volatility of the market over the last few months.

The Cost of Market Timing

We are now producing a Video Blog! These videos will update you on the market as well as educate you on distinct financial principles vital to your success. Feel free to share these videos with your family and friends.

The following video explains the complexity and inherent risks of market timing. Hope you enjoy!

 

10 Ways to Prepare For Retirement

Regardless of your age, the thought of not having to work, but still enjoying a great quality of life is probably quite appealing. Retirement sneaks up on you as each year goes by faster and faster.

Interest Rate Yo-Yo

Interest Rate Yo-Yo

I don’t spend a lot of time offering specific market commentary at Financial Planning Fort Collins.  I think there are a lot of places and a lot of personalities that can offer plenty of very fine commentary for you to enjoy, if that's your thing.  But when bigger picture things happen, I will try to put them into context, as much as possible.

Which segues into interest rates, and bonds.  Interest rates have recently made a sharp move higher.  In early May the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was at a yield of 1.66%, near the all-time lows hit in July of 2012.  The difference between this year and last is that in just over a month the yield on that 10-year T-note has snapped up to around 2.20%.  On a relative basis, that's a big move for the bond market - yields moved up by nearly 1/3rd in around 30 days.1

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