Interest rates are falling – again. This tends to be good news for borrowers and lousy news for savers. Borrowers are usually happy to see interest rates fall because, well, it becomes cheaper to borrow money. Declining rates make that home purchase more feasible and help ease the burden of folks who make purchases using credit cards with variable interest rates, for instance. On the other hand, savers with money held in savings accounts or certificates of deposit (CDs) are likely to see their rates fall. Society’s borrowers and savers have a clear sense of how falling interest rates affect them, but what if you invest your money in stocks and bonds? How do falling interest rates affect your portfolio? Click on the button below to download this free guide today.


Get Schooled on College Savings Plans

October 15th, 2018|Comments Off on Get Schooled on College Savings Plans

Get Schooled on College Savings Plans Michael Armstrong Partner and Financial Advisor, Armstrong Advisory Group A lot of parents start obsessing over the thought of saving for college when their kids are very young. I [...]



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