Fed Cuts Soon? Rethinking Retirement, and Traveling to Change Your Life!

Posted in , By David M. Smith

The Federal Reserve met this week amid the release of spotty economic numbers this month and hinted at a potential future rate cut.  In the last couple of weeks, the Fed has stated it will act as appropriate to sustain the economic expansion, and all eyes will be on their July meeting.  Meanwhile, tensions are rising with Iran as the U.S. sends more troops to the region.  But for now, the stock market shrugged off those concerns and focused on the positive Fed comments and climbed close to all-time highs.  Also this month, articles on rethinking retirement, mysterious gold, and more in this week's The Friday Buzz.  Enjoy! 

Have an enjoyable weekend!


About the Author David M. Smith

David is a Senior Financial Advisor and the firm’s Co-Chief Investment Officer. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry and holds the highly respected Certified Investment Management Analyst™ and Certified Financial Planner™ designations; he is a Co-Managing Member of the firm.
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