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Markets greeted the Trump Administration’s announcement that it will appoint Jerome “Jay” Powell when Janet Yellen’s term as Fed Chair expires early next year with a gaping yawn.
Balentine’s Director of Institutional Relationships and Chief Investment Officer explain the benefits of a Global Asset Allocation (GAA) strategy in the article “Don’t Let Buy and Hold Leave You in the Cold.”
Marriage and money—two things that, on their own, are complicated enough. When put together, well, that’s when things get really interesting! We share five suggestions for couples who are struggling with money issues in their marriage.
Global stock markets posted strong gains during the third quarter, which is often a seasonally weak period for risk assets. During a steady onslaught of new record highs for this bull market, the emotional temptation to sell and take profits has become ever more pronounced.
What private capital market opportunities exist today for entrepreneurs and investors in the Southeast?
More than 145 million people may be impacted by the Equifax security breach, including five million Georgians and five million North Carolinians. Balentine shares five steps every person should take, as well as three questions to ask any potential advisor or partner.
Rather than making piecemeal changes to the tax code, the Trump Administration would like to enact comprehensive tax reform, addressing the complexities and inefficiencies of the entire tax system.
Exchange-traded fund (ETF) assets have grown rapidly from $100 billion in the early 1990s to almost $3 trillion today. Such is their popularity that some worry that they are entering bubble territory.
One of Balentine’s main goals is to help our clients simplify their lives. So we’ve come up a list of five questions you can ask any potential advisor in order to sniff out potential or hidden conflicts of interest.
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