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A Look Back at 2018 Asset Class Returns

The Veater Financial Table of Investment Returns ranks the annual performance of key asset classes over each of the last 20 years. The best asset class for a given year is listed at the top, with the lowest returning asset class listed at the bottom. Below are a few key takeaways as we look back on 2017: 

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. 

2018 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 best asset class for a given year is listed at the top, with the lowest returning asset class listed at the bottom. As we look back on the first half of 2018, below are a few key takeaways:

The Art of the Deal Regarding Steel

As many of you know, in early March, 2018, President Trump ordered tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from every country excluding our neighbors to the north and south, Canada and Mexico. Many republicans quickly expressed their concerns stating a more targeted approach would be best and exemptions should be expanded among American allies.

The Curious Year of 2017

February marked the ending of one of the greatest stock market streaks in the investing world since the early 50s (when the modern design of the S&P 500 was implemented). Streaks are a funny thing. They don’t tell the whole story, but they are interesting to follow and do point out some interesting things to look at from a “bird’s-eye-view.”

A Look Back at 2017 Asset Class Returns

The Veater Financial Table of Investment Returns ranks the annual performance of key asset classes over each of the last 20 years. The best asset class for a given year is listed at the top, with the lowest returning asset class listed at the bottom. Below are a few key takeaways as we look back on 2017: 

What is GDP? And what does it tell us about the economy?

A bellwether statistic many economists look at to gauge the health of the U.S. economy is Gross Domestic Product (GDP). GDP is defined simply as the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year. Over the past 50 years, the United States has averaged an increase of 2.8% in real GDP growth per year.

2017 Asset Class Returns: How Do They Stack Up?

2017 Asset Class Returns This Year

The Veater Financial Table of Investment Returns ranks the annual performance of key asset classes over each of the last 20 years. The best asset class for a given year is listed at the top, with the lowest returning asset class listed at the bottom. As we look back on the first half of 2017, below are a few key takeaways:

Making Your Money Last in Retirement

Assume the year is 1999, and you recently retired. You have your money invested in a balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds, and you start a distribution from your investment accounts to supplement your retirement income. How long will your money last?

The Costs of Trying to Time the Market

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