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MAIL BAG Q&A € CHAD JONES

by: LAURA HAWLEY guest: Chad Jones March 23, 2016
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Guest:
Chad Jones – CFP® at Allen & Company
Matt Mucci – Regional Director of External Affairs at ATT
Joel Ivy – General Manager at Lakeland Electric

In this episode we discuss and answer such questions as “Why the Market is up when the economy feels so down”, “Why when Consumer Costs go down so does the Stock Market”, defining a Robo Advisor and the difference between Indexing vs. Active Management.

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In this episode we cover:

  • Supply and Demand (2:25)
  • The Energy Industry and how it affects the Economy (3:05)
  • Should you be in the market? (4:31)
  • Should you be putting money in your 401k if you still have Credit Cards or Student Loans? (4:59)
  • What will your “Money” be used for? (6:00)
  • How you are directly affected by the feds raising Interest Rates (8:22)
  • How you are directly affected by the feds lower Interest Rates (8:22)
  • Interest Rates and how they affect you. (10:35)
  • The Market and how it fluctuates daily (12:59)
  • Is there a graceful exit out of the market if/when you Retire? (13:25)
  • If the Economy and Stock Market the same thing (17:00)
  • Meeting with an Advisor and the planning process (22:20)
  • Index and the Market (25:24)
  • The International headlines and how it affects the Markets (27:48)
  • The decline in existing Home Sales (30:52)
  • Special Rotary Guest Matt Mucci and Joel Ivy (32:25)

Tweetable Topics:

The best time to put money in the Market is when you have it. – Templeton Financial Services Inc.

The longer you live, the less purchasing power your money will have. – Chad Jones, CFP® at Allen & Company.

Just remember…. When rates are down, values are up. – Laura Hawley, CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company.

As interest rates go down or up, you will be affected in some form or fashion. – Laura Hawley, CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company.

Unless you have an immediate need for your money, it makes sense to have some percentage of your funds invested. – Laura Hawley, CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company.

Rarely is there a reason to exit (completely) out of the stock market. – Chad Jones, CFP® at Allen & Company.

Connect with:

Brian Westbury – Economist
LinkedIn – Brian Westbury

Chad Jones – CFP® at Allen & Company
Allen & Company – Chad Jones
LinkedIn – Chad Jones
FINRA Broker Check – Chad Jones

Joel Ivy – General Manager of Lakeland Electric
LinkedIn – Joel Ivy

Matt Mucci – AT&T Regional Director of External Affairs
LinkedIn – Matt Mucci

 

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About LAURA HAWLEY

Laura began her lifelong career at Allen & Company as one of the youngest Financial Advisors in Florida more than 30 years ago.

A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER, Laura joined Allen & Company in 1983 and now serves as Senior Vice President and Chairperson of the Executive Committee. In addition, she was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2001. Laura played a crucial role in establishing the Viera office and served as Branch Manager until 2015. She holds Series 7, 66 and 24 licenses, as well as her Life, Health and Variable Annuities.

Laura’s holistic approach to financial planning, and her passion...