We always enjoy seeing how LPL advisors share social content, and June was no exception. With the release of LPL Research’s Midyear Outlook 2017: A Shift in Market Control, we’re excited to highlight some of the various ways advisors leveraged social media last month to share charts and commentary from that publication and others:
Kelly Weaver of Weaver Wealth Management in Davidson, NC shared the LPL Research Midyear Outlook 2017 via a pinned announcement to his Twitter profile:
Mark Leibman of Leibman Financial Services in Louisville, NE shared insights on business fundamentals from this year’s Midyear Outlook, highlighting an infographic:
Messages tailored toward the second half of the year were also popular. Steven A. Lone of Hollander & Lone, L.L.C. in Southfield, MI suggested that clients read the Midyear Outlook for guidance through year-end:
Kenny Divelbiss of Diversified Wealth Management in Norman, OK wanted followers to key in on emerging markets:
Similarly, Jayne Di Vincenzo of Lions Bridge Financial Advisors in Newport News, VA, addressed a recurring client question regarding the current economic expansion:
Liz Wilson Allbritton of Monarch Advisory Group, LLC in Franklin, TN, highlighted productivity, a key growth driver that we have discussed from several angles on the LPL Research blog (here, here, here, and most recently here):
Last, we were happy to see Brent Keith’s (First Bank of Owasso in Owasso, OK) 1,000th tweet milestone. We definitely look forward to sharing more milestones from LPL advisors:
All in all, we’re excited to see LPL advisors’ impact on social media continue to grow. And, as always, LPL Research values the opportunity to hear from our advisors. We invite you to join our daily discussions via @LPLResearch.
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