Top Tweets of November

Throughout November, LPL Financial advisors and our CIO Burt White shared thoughtful insights, publications, and charts. Here are some of our recent favorite tweets:

Our CIO Burt White was honored to join LPL Financial’s first Women Advisors Leaders Forum.


Turning to markets, the Dow reached 19K, and Rushing Scott Wealth Management highlighted this historic event.


Merle DiVita shared the LPL Research Outlook 2017: Executive Summary. Stay tuned for our full Outlook 2017 publication coming in late December.


Post-U.S. election, Sterling Portfolio Managers LLC shared insights regarding President-elect Donald Trump’s potential to create jobs.


Andy Chatham discussed views on a diversified portfolio and featured a popular from LPL Research’s House of Charts.


Jim Davis asked about post-election market changes.


The LPL Research team worked together to share communications before and after the election. Christi Staib and Kelly Weaver highlighted some of our key publications.



Nick Goode shared a post-election perspective.


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