The Thompson Wealth Management Group
Providing our clients with valuable information on market trends, investment topics and other interesting considerations is an important part of our practice. We invite you to explore the articles below and contact us to discuss any of these topics in more detail.
Employees have been through so much during the pandemic, and the demands of work and life don't end just because we are now back in the office.
This unique period’s headwinds are flummoxing investors. Ironically, when sentiment decidedly sours, that’s usually not the time to give up on the market.
Effective planning can help ensure that when you're ready to sell, you do it in a way that supports your goals and financial future.
A discussion of the outlook for inflation and its impact on the broader economy and markets, as well as an update on our recession scorecard.
Today’s peculiar challenges are well outside the scope of a normal business cycle. We size up the situation and the prospects for equities from here.
A discussion of market activity, diversification’s recent pitfalls, and how to keep a long-term view in periods of volatility.
Meet the “Market Maven.” Learn how RBC Wealth Management’s Janet Engels serves as an invaluable resource for advisors and clients in Prosper•US magazine.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell struck some surprisingly dovish notes this week. We look at the implications against a backdrop of economic uncertainty.
Russia’s predatory move on Ukraine is pitting energy security against energy transition. We explore this friction and its impact for investors.
RBC Global Asset Management chief economist Eric Lascelles discusses the factors behind surging inflation, and the economy’s prospects from here.
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