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NEWS AND TIPS

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AS JANUARY GOES...

February 10, 2023

After the difficult 2022, both stock and bond markets experienced a strong rebound to start the year in 2023. Investors wonder if the strong start can continue or if markets will reverse course as the year unfolds.

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INTERNATIONAL MARKETS UPDATE

February 10, 2023

Watch the newest Investment Insight Series with & Jeremy Bryan, CFA 
& Tyler Ellegard, CFA

Stock Market Quotes

A STRONG START TO A NEW YEAR

February 1, 2023

Stocks came out strong in January as attitudes regarding the economy and corporate earnings began to strike a more positive tone.  While it can be argued that not much has changed from a data perspective, investors clearly have reacted differently, and that sentiment change has driven markets higher.

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GRADIENT INVESTMENTS WEEKLY TALKING POINTS

January 30, 2023

by Mariann Montagne, CFA

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January 20, 2023

Quarterly Review and Market Outlook

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AVOID THE 5 BIGGEST LINKEDIN BLUNDERS

May 12, 2021

LinkedIn, with more than 575 million users, is a digital gold mine. Nearly half of those are active users who are posting about their careers, networking and sharing expertise and advice. It’s a social network with tremendous potential for financial advisors.

Unfortunately, less professional and ineffective engagement can and does happen on LinkedIn as well. You can sidestep obstacles to your LinkedIn success, though, when you avoid these big five credibility-busting blunders.

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RUTH BADER GINSBURG, SUPREME COURT’S FEMINIST ICON, IS DEAD AT 87

September 18,2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court’s Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87

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September 16, 2020

  • U.S. consumer spending appeared to slow in August as extended unemployment benefits were cut for millions of Americans.

  • The data offered more evidence that the economic recovery from the Covid-19 recession was faltering.

  • Core retail sales, which correspond most closely with the consumer spending component of gross domestic product, fell 0.1% last month after a downwardly revised 0.9% increase in July, the Commerce Department said.

  • Overall retail sales increased 0.6%, however, in part as higher gasoline prices supported receipts at service stations.

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September 16, 2020

The central bank pledged to support the economic recovery by raising the bar for increasing interest rates—and by signaling it expected to hold rates near zero for at least three more years.

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