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Will the Bull market continue? Does the economy indicate a Bear market? Listen to CAPTRUST Chief Investment Officer Kevin Barry as he shares his views on the economy, the stock market outlook for 2020, and the type of events that may impact the stock and bond markets.
Achieving financial resolutions doesn’t have to be time consuming. With just 30 minutes you can create a plan to get rid of your debt and concentrate more on savings in 2020. Tune in to find out what your financial resolutions can do for you.
In this video, CAPTRUST Chief Investment Officer Kevin Barry explains that sometimes what doesn’t happen is what you need to pay attention to when tracking the markets.
Talking about eldercare with your parents is important, and waiting too long to ask about these plans can lead to guessing. This video goes over some of the questions you should be asking your parents, and what the process of discussing eldercare might be like for your family.
Imagine having the flexibility to enhance your retirement savings with an additional tax-advantaged account. In this video, Brandon Aber explains the details surrounding the Roth feature.
Do you wonder where you might be on your journey toward financial independence? Would you like some tips to help you see if your savings and investments have you on track to meet your goals? Do you want to see how small increases in saving over time might help you gain peace of mind? Please watch our webinar where we will help answer these and other questions.
Hear from CAPTRUST’s Sam Kirby on factors to consider and big areas to focus on when it comes to understanding and planning for your healthcare costs in retirement. While this planning can be complicated, Kirby breaks it down and walks you through a strategy of annual expenses and monthly expenses you can budget and plan for.
As we pass 2019’s midpoint, CAPTRUST Chief Investment Officer Kevin Barry provides his views on the global economic outlook. In just over two minutes, Barry covers three building blocks of the economy—consumers, business, and government.