The market was hot in 2019, but investors shouldn't count on a repeat performance going forward. Lisa Brown shares four smart moves to position yourself well in 2020.
Choosing the right advisor
As the saying goes, "When times are good, anyone can make money." In the tenth year if the bull market following the Great Recession, markets are at or near all-time highs, but recent volatility has some investors uncertain on where the markets will go from here. Many are re-evaluating their relationship with their financial advisor to ensure that they are in good hands.
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The market is off to a good start this year. The Brightworth team is pleased to share our 2020 Investment Commentary videos. In these brief videos, Brightworth’s Chief Investment Officer, Don Wilson, and Director of Portfolio Management, Jeff Harrell, look ahead to some of the major topics for 2020:
Josh Monroe reminds us that it's time to set financially healthy goals for the year. You'll be glad you did.
Where are financial markets headed in 2020? If you ask the major Wall Street firms, you will get the same answer you always get. Most are predicting mid to high single digit gains with a few outliers on both sides, which is pretty much the same story every year. As we recap 2019 and discuss where we might be headed in 2020, our advice is to ignore these predictions. Instead, focus on your own long-term goals when it comes to making investment decisions.
When you think about holiday family gatherings with your adult children, you probably picture gifts and turkey with all the trimmings. But Lisa Brown reminds us that between bites, it's also a good time to share your wishes and discuss your estate plan.
Even if time's too short to take full advantage of some of these moves this year, Ryan Halpern recommends six steps that can help you save tax dollars and improve your financial well-being in 2020.
Check out what Brightworth advisors and planners have to say about wisely managing your financial future.
Every business has its jargon, and we financial professionals are no exception. But have no fear, I will help you understand what we’re saying. Here are a few terms you may want to know...
A blank calendar filled with nothing but free time can be every bit as stressful as a packed work week. Here are some ideas for creating a new retirement schedule that will keep you growing, learning, experiencing new things, and making meaningful connections with your community.
According to a recent report, Georgia lost its crown spot as #1 for feature films being made…well for 2017. But we only lost to Canada (an entire country), and we remained ahead of LA (well actually both LA’s: Hollywood and Louisiana).
Running out of money in retirement is one of the biggest fears many people face. In this brief video, Brightworth's Lisa Brown offers five tips to help protect yourself from such risk and ensure peace of mind as your enter this new phase of life.
It's been said that the only constant in life is change. In his Transitions video series, Brightworth's Charlie Jordan discusses the major transitions in life, their financial impact and how to navigate through these changes with clarity and peace of mind,
At some point in their lives, 90% of women will be solely responsible for their finances due to the loss of a spouse. This can prove to be a very frightnening time for women who have never been involved in their family's finances. In this brief video, Brightworth's Lisa Brown offers three financial tips to help married women get a handle on their money.