The start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate your finances to see how you are doing in terms of spending, saving, investment performance, and long-term planning. To continue keeping your financial health in check, there are things you should keep up on throughout the year. We’ve created an easy to follow quarterly financial to do list to help you stay the course en route to your financial goals.
As the summer closes, there are two news items that are expected to impact the markets. The first is the message from the federal government that they intend to taper its bond purchases. The second is the negative Michigan Consumer Sentiment survey about consumer confidence. Learn how each will likely affect the market to prepare for the coming changes.
June 2021 is ending the month on an unconvincing run as breadth diminished, even as the overall index increased. This narrowing participation strikes us as a sign of risk, as investors remain unconvinced about future strength and where rates will go. As a result, equities remain in equity-rotation limbo. Review Stableford Capital’s June Market Commentary to inform your decisions.
Simplify signing up for Medicare at age 65 when you work with a financial professional at Stableford Capital. Avoid common mistakes and penalties with proper sign-up timing. Maximize your savings by being strategic with employer insurance coverage and HSAs before Medicare enrollment.
We are entering a decelerating growth environment which explains the relatively flat May that equities and S&P 500 experienced. Why do we find ourselves in this slow down what are the smart moves? Review Stableford Capital’s May Market Commentary to inform your decisions.
Within our post-pandemic, recovering economy there are serious predictions of inflation. Learn what the different types of inflation mean for you and your investments. Work with Stableford Capital to prepare
Money managers monitor the liquidity of stocks and bonds in a portfolio; understanding how liquidity works with the markets at large and its impact on your investments is key to managing risk.
It’s necessary to rebalance investment portfolios from time to time to prevent portfolio drift, or the overgrowth of one section of investments, as a strategically managed portfolio has lower risk and higher gains over time. Work with Stableford Capital for portfolio asset management to help prevent portfolio drift.
Learn how Stableford Capital leaders create magic for clients by acting as a fiduciary. This means Stableford, a financial investment firm is ethically bound to act in clients’ best interests. Not only do they make decisions to maximize customer returns, they handle every aspect of clients’ trades and monitor all buying and selling transactions.
In Stableford strategies, technicians analyze fundamental and value factors to inform the entire portfolio picture. A good technician enhances both the fundamental and macro aspects of the investment management strategy. Similar to warning lights on your car’s dashboard, the technician focuses on confirming the narrative trends (dark dashboard), noting when the technical trends are no longer moving in unison with the consensus narrative (warning light).