Q4 2022 Passionate Investor
A recession on the horizon? Over the past few years, market chatter has rotated among concerns of inflation, rising interest rates, and a recession. Most of the talking heads see the worst of inflation behind us and anticipate a potential end to rising interest rates in the near future. The discussions have now begun to focus on […]Continue reading ›
Welcome Kate to the PWM Team!
Welcome, Kate! We’re excited to announce the addition of Kate Julian to our team at Partnership Wealth Management. As our Office Manager, Kate will be taking on the administrative tasks that Debbie has handled to give Debbie more time to meet with clients and work on financial plans. In addition, Kate will be taking care […]Continue reading ›
The Passionate Investor Third Quarter 2020 and the Coronavirus Impact
The Passionate Investor Third Quarter 2020 and the Coronavirus Impact Market Review Equity markets generally outperformed fixed-income markets with the S&P 500 rising 8.93% (including dividends; -5.57% YTD) and the Barclay’s Capital U.S. Aggregate Bond index increasing 0.62% (+6.79% YTD). Small caps underperformed large cap stocks (S&P 500) as the Russell 2000 small cap stock […]Continue reading ›
National Savings Day!
National Savings Day! Today is National Savings Day! It is important to make sure you’re maximizing your cash flow so that it works for you. Check out some helpful tips below for ways to help make saving a part of your lifestyle. Review your Cash Flow: Be strategic in the way that you build your […]Continue reading ›
Financial Planning Month
October is Financial Planning Month! While finances are a part of your daily life, there are various elements that people often overlook or don’t consider the financial weight they could carry. Financial Planning Month reminds us to keep our spending in check and prepare our budgets. Take the time this month to review some of […]Continue reading ›
Coronavirus and the Markets
Coronavirus and the Markets We hope you’re healthy and holding up well with the news regarding the markets and the coronavirus. Much of the panic in the news and markets comes from the fact that nobody knows how bad the coronavirus will be. Unfortunately, when the markets are nervous, they tend to go down quickly. […]Continue reading ›
5 Money Lessons to Teach Kids at Different Ages
5 Money Lessons to Teach Kids at Different Ages Teaching your children about money can seem like a grueling task since it is not something that is covered in the school curriculum, however, financial skills are crucial for navigating life. The good news is that you can use your day-to-day activities as learning experiences by […]Continue reading ›