Top Tweets of May 2017

As June begins, we’d like to thank LPL advisors for their continued insights on social media. We’re excited to highlight some of our recent favorite shares of LPL Research’s publications, charts, and commentary:

Sterling Portfolios Managers, LLC of Houston, TX highlighted LPL Research’s recently released annual Retirement Environment Index in its “news you can use” featured post:

Brent Keith, of First Bank of Owasso, in Owasso, OK shared a chart on productivity growth. LPL Research’s House of Charts features current charts on markets, the economy, and investments, all of which are ready to use and share.

Shari Miller of Symbio Financial Partners of La Jolla, CA, shared LPL Research’s popular Recession Watch Dashboard:

Tortuga Wealth Management of Torrance, CA, shared a recent LPL Research blog post on sustainable investing:

Quotes from the LPL Research blog were popular during the month, and US Wealth Management of Braintree, MA shared our team’s insights on markets and (the lack of) volatility:

Lynn Pagans of Berk Wealth Management in Boca Raton, FL asked about general interest in stock ownership, highlighting a LPL Research blog:

TS Financial Group of Lake Forest, IL, shared LPL Research’s take on the “sell in May and go away” adage from the team’s Weekly Market Commentary

…as did Bair Financial Planning of San Diego, CA, by featuring a LPL Research chart.

Anne Triana of Curo Private Wealth in Reston, VA, shared a popular and humorous LPL Research blog in honor of Star Wars Day:

Austin Frye of Frye Financial Center, located in Aventura, FL, reflected on the Nasdaq reaching 6,000 and shared LPL Research insights from our Weekly Market Commentary:

We were gratified to see LPL advisors sharing pictures from LPL’s May Serve Days, as Kashif Ahmed of American Private Wealth in Woburn, MA did in this post:

LPL Research values the opportunity to hear from our advisors. We invite you to join our daily discussions via @LPLResearch.



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