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Market Commentary: Late February Bumps are Normal

Welcome to Late February The S&P 500 fell slightly last week, and it’s fair to say the market was due. The shift comes on the heels of the index being higher 14 out of 15 weeks while gaining more than 20% over that period for the first time in history. In other words, a pause …

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Your New Year’s Financial Planning Resolutions

Watch our on-demand webinar, “Your New Year’s Financial Planning Resolutions” with Carson Group’s Retirement Plan Advisor Chris Tooker and Senior Wealth Planner Mark Petersen.  

Market Commentary: What a Month!

The S&P 500 gained 8.9% in November for one of its best monthly returns ever. One month ago, stocks were in a correction, fear was everywhere, and talk of a new bear market and a recession were in the news. Then a funny thing happened … stocks soared!

Facts Vs Feelings Take 5 – Welcome to the Year-End Rally

  The market saw a huge rally in November. Why do we think it will continue through the end of 2023? Join Carson Group’s Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick and VP, Global Macro Strategist Sonu Varghese as they talk about the hard data behind the economy and stock market.   Highlights …

Market Commentary: Reasons To Be Thankful

We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends. We wanted to take some time this week to go over a few reasons for investors to be thankful.

Facts Vs Feelings Take 5 – 5 Reasons to Be Thankful

Happy Thanksgiving week! Join Carson Group’s Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick and VP, Global Macro Strategist Sonu Varghese as they discuss all the things investors have to be thankful about right now. These include:  The S&P 500 is up almost 20% year-to-date  Inflation is coming ba …

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