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Understanding Medicare

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Medicare is a federal program that provides health insurance to retired individuals—regardless of their medical condition—and certain younger people with disabilities or end-stage renal disease. This article contains extensive details on the most relevant parts of Medicare and details the changes that may be made during the end-of-year Medicare open enrollment period (OEP) which we are currently in.

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Midterm Elections: What’s Next for America?

Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Yesterday, more than 113 million Americans exercised their right to vote in what was likely the largest midterm election turnout in history. The result: Democrats take the House and Republicans hold the Senate. This Market Thoughts explores the immediate impact of midterm elections and offers some initial thoughts on the likely market reaction.

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October 2018 CAPTRUST Market Update

Friday, October 19, 2018

In this quarter's video market update, CAPTRUST Chief Investment Officer Kevin Barry discusses recent news surrounding U.S. unemployment, taxes, mid-term elections, interest rates, companies buying stock back, and other forces impacting the economy this past quarter.

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Reader Q&A

Monday, October 08, 2018

In this issue we offer a few insights about the impact of rising interest rates on bonds and how you can help an adult child become a homeowner.

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A Good Gig?

Monday, October 08, 2018

A new generation of companies that provide goods and services on demand via smartphone applications has begun to reshape consumer and worker behavior, providing both groups with more choices than ever before. The growth of these services has created a gig economy, where workers are independent freelancers who choose their own hours and assignments over permanent employment.

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Smashing the Pink Ceiling Together

Monday, October 08, 2018

Serial entrepreneur Cindy Eckert sold her last company for $1 billion, got it back for next to nothing, is launching a controversial drug that could be the next blockbuster, and is on a mission to make other women equally rich. Never underestimate @cindypinkceo.

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