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Weekly Market Updates – October 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the LifeTime Asset Management team: Weekly Market Update, October 18, 2021 The Treasury curve saw a modest flattening last week as investors searched for direction amid earnings releases and growing inflation fears. The 10-year yield picked up 1 basis point (bp) week-over-week to open Monday morning at 1.62 percent. The [...]

2021-10-18T19:40:09+00:00October 18th, 2021|

Weekly Market Updates – September 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the LifeTime Asset Management team: Weekly Market Update, September 27, 2021 The Treasury yield curve climbed following last week’s Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting, during which the central bank indicated tapering asset purchases may be warranted before year-end. The 10-year yield was up 17 basis points (bps), opening at 1.48 percent [...]

2021-09-30T17:49:23+00:00September 27th, 2021|

Weekly Market Updates – August 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the LifeTime Asset Management team: Weekly Market Update, August 30, 2021 The Treasury yield curve steepened modestly last week after Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Jerome Powell’s remarks at the Fed’s virtual annual symposium. The 10-year Treasury yield picked up 5 basis points (bps) week-over-week to open at about 1.3 percent [...]

2021-08-31T17:44:49+00:00August 30th, 2021|

Market Update for the Month Ending July 31, 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the team at LifeTime Asset Management Solid July for Markets July was a positive month for most markets despite rising medical risks. The three major U.S. indices saw all-time highs as the Nasdaq Composite gained 1.19 percent, the Dow Jones Industrial Average notched a 1.34 percent gain, and the S&P [...]

2021-08-12T20:35:40+00:00July 31st, 2021|

Weekly Market Updates – July 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the LifeTime Asset Management team: Weekly Market Update, July 26, 2021 Treasury yields stabilized after a volatile session at the start of last week. The 10-year yield came in at 1.24 percent on Monday morning, showing a gain of 5 basis points (bps) week-over-week after trading as low as 1.13 [...]

2021-08-11T20:13:01+00:00July 26th, 2021|

Weekly Market Updates – June 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the LifeTime Asset Management team: Weekly Market Update, June 28, 2021 Treasury yields moved slightly higher last week. The 10-year opened at about 1.5 percent on Monday morning, mainly unchanged week-over-week. The 30-year was the biggest mover across the curve, picking up roughly 2 basis points (bps) to open near [...]

2021-06-30T15:23:39+00:00June 28th, 2021|

Get a Letter or Notice From the IRS?

Get a letter or notice from the IRS? The IRS mails letters or notices to taxpayers for a variety of reasons including if the tax payer has a balance due, or if the agency has a question about their tax return. If you receive a letter or notice from the IRS, do not ignore it. [...]

2021-06-07T20:03:08+00:00June 7th, 2021|

Weekly Market Updates – May 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the LifeTime Asset Management team: Weekly Market Update, May 24, 2021 The yield curve ticked lower on the week as investors digested the most recent inflationary data and debated future inflation expectations. The 10-year Treasury yield opened Monday morning at 1.62 percent, only slightly lower than last week’s open of [...]

2021-05-26T22:44:01+00:00May 24th, 2021|

What The New Monthly Child Tax Credits Mean For You

The IRS announced on Monday, May 17th that approximately 39 million American families will be eligible for monthly payments of up to $300, thanks to the newly expanded child tax credit that will start on July 15. Eligible families qualify for up to $300 per month for each child younger than 6 and up to [...]

2021-05-18T23:41:51+00:00May 18th, 2021|

Weekly Market Updates – April 2021

Presented by Matt Glova and the LifeTime Asset Management team: Weekly Market Update, April 19, 2021 We saw mild flattening of the yield curve last week as longer-dated yields declined. Despite positive economic data, the drop occurred as foreign buyers, particularly from Japan, purchased bonds and drove yields down. The 10-year Treasury yield remained flat, [...]

2021-05-06T23:26:00+00:00April 19th, 2021|
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