Fed Can’t Agree on How to Keep Economy Humming
The economy is in great shape with a strong job market but the Federal Reserve can’t agree on a way to keep it that way. Read what Cindy Kuppens, a senior adviser at O’Brien Wealth Partners, has to say about it in this article by Larry Edelman.
Financial infidelity: Why We Lie About Money and How to Solve the Problem
At its most basic level, financial infidelity is an outright lie about money or spending, but in terms of how toxic these things can be to a relationship, Jill Fopiano, CEO of O’Brien Wealth Partners and certified financial planner, says you have to look at the intent. Is it malicious? Read more in this article by Jean Chatz.
Quarterly Client Letter – Q2 2019
Dear O’Brien Wealth Partners Investor, As we enter the second half of 2019 the same political uncertainties that have been haunting the market since mid-2018 continue to cast a shadow over business and investor confidence. A U.S. economic recession appears unlikely in the near term; however, business investment is slowing and global growth is showing
Quarterly Client Letter – Q1 2019
Dear O’Brien Wealth Partners Investor, The first quarter of 2019 certainly showed us a more benevolent side of the market than we experienced in the fourth quarter of 2018, with almost all risk assets showing positive returns for the quarter. As we mentioned in our last quarterly letter, while over the long run a stock
Quarterly Client Letter – Q4 2018
As we reflect back on 2018, we see it as a year of divergence in many respects. Most obviously, it marked the first year in many that the global stock markets almost universally delivered negative returns to investors. More subtly, this decline occurred despite the fact that economic fundamentals have not changed materially from 2017 and yet the experience for investors was much more somber this past year than last. This underscores the fact that we are long term investors for a reason.