As it’s been for the last year or so, each month the market seems to await the inflation data around the middle of the month. That information here in June will becoming in a matter of days, so it’ll be interesting to see if the trend of lower inflations continues.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- I’m retired and I spent too much money! Now what? Unexpected expenses happen all the time! So, expect them. We can help you prepare for that. We take a lot of time building cash flow projections for our clients and preparing for unexpected expenses – something happens (it seems) every month.
- If we’re using the textbook definition of what constitutes a bull or bear market, we have entered bull market territory on both the NASDAQ and S&P 500. But is this a long lasting bull market? Ben explains why the low unemployment rate is giving him pause.
- This article takes a look at thematic investing and how, no matter what “theme” has been hot over the years, it’s typically not a great idea. Aligning your investments with your personal values and ideals sounds good on paper, but usually doesn’t produce great results.
- For over a year, the story has been what the Fed’s rate HIKES mean for you. However, we’ve reached the point (or at least most people think so) where the Fed may pause these hikes. This article looks at what a potential pause means for you.