As we welcome the New Year, we look back at some of our favorite tweets from LPL Advisors, who shared insights, publications, and charts during December. Here are some of our recent favorites:
Tom Meyer and Evan Thurmond looked to the year ahead and shared LPL Research’s LPL Outlook 2017: Gauging Market Milestones.
Mark Leibman also shared LPL Research’s Outlook 2017 with his clients, noting its long-term use.
Building on a theme from LPL Research’s Outlook 2017, Secure Planning Group highlighted our forecast for muted bond returns.
Cycles and patterns were in focus. Jon Ulin took a closer look at the first year of the presidential cycle…
…while De Chappell highlighted historical equity market returns…
…and Brian Ullman shared thoughts on potential upcoming healthcare and information technology outperformance.
Reflecting on the Federal Reserve’s December interest rate increase, Andy Chatham noted guidance from LPL Research’s Over Index.
MerleDiVita highlighted @JohnCanally’s live tweeting of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s press conference.
Jeff Sandene discussed post-election sentiment, featuring a popular infographic from LPL Research’s House of Charts.
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