Matt Jackson, CFP®
Providing my clients with valuable information on market trends, investment topics and other interesting considerations is an important part of my practice. I invite you to explore the articles below and contact me to discuss any of these topics in more detail.
The Fed’s actions have amplified uncertainty and pressure on stock markets. We examine the recent weakness and what it implies for coming quarters.
As the Fed stares down inflation in the face of a deteriorating economic backdrop, U.S. fixed income yields have rarely looked better to us.
An emergency fund should be part of wealth planning at every income level.
Insurance planning should be an important topic during ordinary times as well as extraordinary. Here’s how to effectively utilize life insurance in your wealth planning.
Paying off your student loans may feel like an urgent priority, but it's also important to start building wealth and saving for retirement as early as possible.
We take a deep dive into the reasons for the downgrade and identify selective opportunities in the market.
While equity markets remain on edge, investors shouldn’t throw in the towel just because inflation and some related concerns may not lift overnight.
The need for financial coverage in the event of a premature death is very real. Do you have adequate coverage to meet your family's long-term needs?
With volatility once again roiling financial markets, we evaluate the macro headwinds and tailwinds that could impact investors.
Will the U.S. midterms be a pivot point for equities? We examine historical performance surrounding such elections, and what that may be signaling.
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