Category: Markets and Investments

Looking Ahead to Falling Interest Rates

Though the Fed has left open the possibility of two more rate hikes before the end of the year, investors “looking over the horizon” can see the potential for declining interest rates beginning sometime in 2024. Investors may want to get a head-start on considering some of the beneficiaries of falling interest rates since, because the markets are anticipatory by nature, much of the opportunity may be gone by the time interest rates begin their actual decline.

Read More

How to Stay Invested in the Stock Market

Investors have heard for years that “time in the market” is much more critical to investment success than “timing the market.” The principal reason that “time in the market” is more important than “timing the market” is that few investors (even the best) can predict the turning points in the stock market with any precision or on a sustained basis.

Read More

Social Security Disability Income Benefit Facts

Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income programs are the largest of several federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities; though 26% of adults in the U.S. have some form of disability, very little is known about these programs.

Read More

The Impact of Rising Rates on REITs

Few sectors are more impacted by rising interest rates than real estate, affecting everything from home affordability to commercial property valuations. Higher interest rates have been a substantial drag on the sector’s recent performance, and the potential of recession in the second half of 2023 looms as an additional risk facing REIT investors.

Read More


    Subscribe to receive a monthly recap of our three most popular posts.

    Recent Videos


    AP Awards 2021