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Vacations for the Generations

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Whether it’s a once-a-year or once-in-a-lifetime family trip, vacations with multiple generations of family members become interwoven into family folklore, creating a treasured legacy that endures, even after family members pass on and new ones are born.

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The Housing Market

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Housing is both an enormous driver of the U.S. economy and a strong cultural desire. The latter was reinforced during a recent institutional client visit to Waco, Texas, a city transformed by the power of the notion of “home.”

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How We Grieve

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

It begins so early. As tiny children, when we’re forced apart from our mothers. Then there are the rejections on the playground, the losses of jobs, the collapse of marriages. By the time we are adults, most of us are experts on experiencing grief.

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Reader Q&A

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

In this issue, we offer a few insights about protecting yourself and your data from cybercriminals and how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may impact your tax filing for 2018.

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Driving with Feet on Both Pedals

Monday, January 28, 2019

Our latest Investment Strategy article explores the contributions of four policy environments—monetary, fiscal, regulatory, and trade—on recent market volatility. Let's consider each policy area and its impact on growth and stability in terms of stepping on the gas, coasting, or tapping the brakes of a car. Like pedals, these policy environments can—when unsynchronized—lead to a fitful ride.

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January 2019 CAPTRUST Market Update

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

CAPTRUST Chief Investment Officer Kevin Barry talks about the recent market volatility from late 2018 and if signs are pointing toward a recession. Barry reminds investors to have a long-term view and keep in mind that the stock market is not the economy and the economy is not the stock market. While the news headlines sound negative, there is good news underneath.

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