A new record has been set on Wall Street despite fears of a yield curve inversion, emerging market distress and negative political news for the U.S.
The U.S. equity markets have had mixed results over the last five business days due to the volatile ride of the Turkish Lira currency crisis.
If you decide to use some of your wealth to make the world around you a better place, then you must also decide on a vehicle for making your charitable donations.
The broader U.S. equity indexes were in positive territory over the last 5 business days. The S&P 500 price return was 1.14%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average had a gain of .99% and the NASDAQ Composite Index had a small increase of .41%.
The world central banks were busy this week. The Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan announced their latest views of the health of their respective economies.
Surevest would like to help two of our clients, Tom and Cathy Brock, welcome their new grandson, Graham Jefferson, to the family. Congratulations on your first grandchild, Tom and Cathy!
This week, we wanted to share the story of Surevest clients Dr. Jennifer Hall and Dr. David Mount, two retired University of Arizona molecular and cellular biology professors that found an innovative solution to a problem that many Arizonans face in the summer – a high water bill.
Caroline Ciocca, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish® Southern Nevada, and a client of Surevest, shared with us a unique partnership they have with Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air.
Earnings Season is in full swing with over 20 percent of the S&P 500 companies reporting this week. Of the 49 percent of companies that have reported so far, 86 percent have beat the market consensus as of the market close on Thursday as measured by Bloomberg’s S&P 500 Positive Surprises Index.