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Few things can dampen the excitement of seeing the delivery of a long-awaited package on the porch than three words—“some assembly required.” Whether it is navigating the confusing instruction manual, sweating through the complicated assortment of parts, or the sinking feeling that you don’t have the right batteries in the closet, sometimes the hard work comes after the delivery truck has driven off. And like any complex assembly, whether it’s a 1,000-piece puzzle, a kid’s shiny new bike, or a plan to navigate tricky economic times, the amount of pieces to collect and put together can be daunting. But the assembly can certainly be made easier with a well-formulated plan, the right tools, and the LPL Research Midyear Outlook 2015: Some Assembly Required as the blueprint for success.
View the complete Midyear Outlook 2015: Some Assembly Required.
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LPL FINANCIAL: Spring update to our 2015 outlook on the stock market, bond market, and economy. Tracking #1-367027.
Please welcome our newest team members!
Amanda Micucci -
Amanda is our newest Client Service Associate. A Brewer native, she attended the University of Maine at Orono and majored in Romance Languages. After working as a high school French teacher in the Bangor area, she moved to Southern Maine and was most recently an employee of the United States Postal Service. She looks forward to learning more about finance while working at TRSS under Advisor Michael Reed. In her free time, Amanda enjoys practicing yoga, horseback riding and hiking. She currently resides in Portland with her husband Joseph and their dog Lucy.
Michael Noble -
Michael joined our team as a Client Service Associate shortly after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Economics from The University of Southern Maine. Before TRSS he held two internships with a small business consulting firm and a musician’s touring agency. He is excited to begin his career as a licensed registered representative working under advisor Thomas Brunelle and studying for the Series 7 General Securities Representative exam. Michael spends his free time playing music, fishing, and snowboarding.
“Unlike the last two years, when the global economy produced improved growth on the back of a stabilizing economic backdrop, 2015 will be a year marked by transitions. Likely changes in monetary policy around the world, the return of volatility, and the recent shift in the political balance of Congress could mean 2015 is a year that will have the global economy, markets, and central banks all on the move. To help prepare for rerouting to this more volatile road ahead, our Outlook 2015: In Transit expedites the delivery of the investment insights needed to navigate an economic backdrop shifting to the latter stages of the business cycle.”
View the complete Outlook 2015: In Transit.
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