Top Tweets of February 2017

LPL Advisors shared insights, publications, and charts during February 2017. We are pleased to share some of our favorite tweets:

Secure Planning Group, LLC, based in Horsham, PA, highlighted investment tips featured in LPL Research’s new Outlook 2017: Gauging Market Milestones video.


Meridian Wealth Management, based in Denver, CO, pointed to guidance for gauging the year ahead from LPL Research’s Outlook 2017: Gauging Market Milestones publication.


The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all made new highs in February. Jonathon Allen of Parks Wealth Management in Ridgewood, NJ, shared views on the Dow’s longest winning streak since March 2013, highlighting the LPL Research blog.


Christi Staib of Silver Sail Wealth Advisors in Dallas, TX, took a closer look at new S&P 500 highs and shared a post from the LPL Research blog.


Earnings season was a popular topic once again. Andy Chatham of Eight Oaks Financial in Hollister, CA, discussed energy sector growth and featured a chart from LPL Research’s House of Charts and Weekly Market Commentary.


Many LPL Advisors shared LPL Research’s Earnings Season Dashboard in February, including Brent Keith of First Bank of Owasso, located in Owasso, OK. The dashboard is updated weekly throughout earnings season and can be found in LPL Research’s House of Charts.


Grant Glenn of Coordinated Financial Services in Denver, CO, featured LPL Research’s annual Valentine’s Day Index and a key chart…


Kathmere Capital Management in King of Prussia, PA, highlighted @JohnCanally’s timely analysis of the first Federal Open Market Committee meeting of the year as featured in the LPL Research blog.


Turning to the global stage, Michael Jilling of Jilling Wealth Management in Wakefield, RI, highlighted the return of the Greek debt crisis as discussed in the LPL Research blog.


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