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Staying On Course but Minding the Shallows

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Investment Quarterly

Fall 2021
Staying On Course but Minding the Shallows
We believe that economic fundamentals should remain constructive over the next year, but that multiple hazards including inflation, taxes, financial tightening, supply glitches and slowing growth in China could create market turbulence and call for more caution in the near term.
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In This Issue
In this issue of Investment Quarterly, we present our views on navigating the current environment, as well as insights on financial and estate planning amid ongoing legislative uncertainty.
OPENING THOUGHTS
New Day, New View
With pandemic worries starting to ease, a more balanced array of issues and opportunities may await investors.
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MARKET FOCUS
Moving Through Rocky Waters
Various hazards are making for near-term turbulence, but smoother conditions are likely downstream even as market dynamics change.
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ASSET MATTERS
Public/Private Investing: Fixed Income at a Crossroads
Drawing on multiple asset classes can help investors navigate varied market environments.
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FINANCIAL FITNESS
Adopting an After-Tax Mindset
A potential shift in the federal tax regime merits a multifaceted approach to limiting the impact of taxes on return and overall wealth.
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FINANCIAL FITNESS
Action Plan for Year-End 2021
In a changing market and tax environment, assessing your wealth plan and considering potential action steps may be especially useful.
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SECTOR SPOTLIGHT
Here Come the Super Apps
All-in-one platforms are gaining traction globally, but can they break through in the U.S.?
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TRUST COMPANY CORNER
Exploring Revocable Trusts
Working in concert with a will and other documents, revocable trusts offer valuable planning flexibility.
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